A successful exhibition requires thorough planning, collaboration and skills. Below are some main guidelines that need to be considered. Feel free to use this as a guide or you may incorporate your own ideas and methods of planning.
- The Art staff should work through the following points to determine the nature and planning details of the exhibition.
- A decision needs to be made early about who is to have an input to making decisions about the exhibition – for example, Staff/ Students/Parent body/Administration etc.
- An exhibition needs to be decided on the year before if it is to be placed in a school diary or a school calendar. The Principal needs to be informed.
- In some schools application might need to be made for funding for the exhibition and careful planning will assist this to be successful.
- This checklist could also be used to plan for long term displays of work.
- Notes or minutes should be kept in all meetings to record decisions made and responsibilities allocated to avoid later confusion.
- Discussion and planning needs to be done for four different time frames
– Before the Exhibition
– Setting up the Exhibition
– During the Exhibition
– After the Exhibition.
- Please use this checklist, as it provides more in-depth information to complete the task.
- Read the following content pages to arm yourself with the rationale for organizing the exhibition. https://www.enotes.com/homework-help/what-role-art-society-28369 and https://www.theodysseyonline.com/10-reasons-why-arts-are-important-in-our-lives?utm_expid=.cZCE7oX8QCubI-ziFLsOXg.0&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com.jm%2F
- This page allows you to hear the views of many people across the world as it relates to the relevance of ART.
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