Three collaborating Artists wanted to create an interactive art exhibition where visitors would be asked to respond to the artwork on display.
Avid Art Agency created printed material, carrying out the design, curation and three public workshops.
The Music Library at the Barbican Centre in London were keen to engage new audiences through art displays, archive and musical instruments.
Avid Art Agency arranged new artworks from an emerging British Artist, organising a print and distribution campaign and curated the display. The opening event included storytellers and contemporary musicians to compliment the theme.
Workshops with school children accompanied the event.
Photo credit: Avid Art Agency, M. Southwell
This touring group exhibition was shown in a gallery on the historic grounds of the Old Royal Navy College in Greenwich, London.
Avid produced a special brochure for the exhibition, carried out local and national publicity and arranged a collaboration between crafts people and contemporary practitioners.
The exhibition included a special seminar by an award-winning international architect.
Nature enthusiasts often visit this historic house and grounds to research plants. During a recent renovation a new gallery was created in what was formally the coach house.
Exhibitions at the Coach House Gallery are usually themed around the natural world.
Avid Art Agency assisted in the creative process and curated the exhibition following its tour from South-east Asia.
A well-established charity wanted to re-connect with the local community through a public event.
Avid Art Agency arranged for a local Artist to create new paintings based on research and archive records.
The opening event featured a showing of rare film footage, paintings incorporating archive material, poetry reading and a visit to Mahatma Gandhi’s quarters, where he stayed on a visit to London in 1931.
Photo credit: R. Munikempanna