artspace, a themecamp for dimensionally smaller art

artspace, a themecamp for dimensionally smaller art

Postby slinted » Thu Feb 02, 2006 9:27 pm

One of the wonderful things about the playa is the enormous canvas it presents large scale artists. Unfortunately, this large canvas doesn't always allow smaller works to be presented at their best.

artspace is a new theme camp that will provide display space for dimensionally smaller art. We'll offer wall, pedestal, and installation space with lighting, labels, and protection from the elements.

Our goal for artspace is provide a home on the playa for smaller art pieces, in a space where they won't be dwarfed by the larger pieces. By displaying these smaller works together, many more people will be able to see and appreciate them in a space that will show them off to their best advantage.

artspace is currently seeking artists who would like to display their art with us, people who would like to join our camp, and benefactors who would like to help make artspace a reality.

Visit our webpage at for more information
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Postby AntiM » Fri Feb 03, 2006 8:37 am

Looks like this is the year for small and smaller art ...

There's artspace, and the nano art project, and the mail art project, and my Home for Wayward Art. Anyone else keeping track?

(except for that megapixels thing ... hehe)
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Postby BoxaRox » Wed Mar 15, 2006 12:32 am

Let us discuss starting a "Size Doesn't Matter" camp!

Who would like to join?

We'll be campled right next to the nudists.
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artspace meet and greet -- Monday, March 27th

Postby Atlas » Mon Mar 20, 2006 2:09 am

artspace will be holding an informal meet and greet on Monday, March 27th from 8 pm to 10 pm at Sweet Inspirations dessert cafe at 2239 Market Street in San Francisco. If you are interested in camping with artspace, displaying art, or just leaning more about the camp, we would love to meet you!
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