Monday, December 8, 2008

CYBER FYBER update


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In exactly one month CYBER FYBER opens at Gallery 80808/Vista Studios here in Columbia, SC. I've been swamped with preparations. Right now....this is how it looks.... full sized notebooks of postcards and little, CD sized notebooks of ATCs. All the exhibition labels have been created and printed. Emails have been sent to those from whom I've not yet received a trade (and most of these people responded in record time! Thanks!)

The boxes at the back of the table are for the International Random Trade....one for the envelopes....one for the ATCs! I'll be blogging about this more tomorrow! It's not too late to join in! (Just send one, two, or three ATCs in any media with self-addressed, stamped envelopes in your own country's stamps....they must arrive before ATC Day, January 17th!)

The invitational section of CYBER FYBER has been edited....and I've been in contact with each of the invited artists....and received some wonderful artwork already! I've also created a mailing list for a special email invitation to the exhibition...everyone who traded should be on it! I'm excited! I hope everyone is too! Next....creating the on-line exhibition....no peeking....I'm not going to upload the photos until all the posts have been created! I'll edit the pictures into the posts later!

3 comments:

Tricks said...

OOOh Sounds exciting, can't wait to see the online collection, will you be letting all those who entered when the online is ready for viewing. Wish I could be there. Good Luck and well done with all the hard work. Best Wishes Tricia (from the UK)

Anne Marie - Toronto said...

Congratulations on one hell of a job! Alas, I won't be able to physically make it to the exhibition, but can hardly wait to see the on-line show. Best wishes for a smooth installation - Anne Marie - Toronto

KaiteM. said...

I'm a late-comer but i've just finished 3 madweave ATCs ready to post tomorrow for the Random ATC Swap. This is all so fabulous, and you are certainly doing a huge job. Very well done. Kaite, Bathurst, Australia.