Outline your Goals. Much like a live event, you should outline the goals of your virtual exhibition.
Make it Easy for Delegates to Access Information.
Interactive Floor Plans.
Impress your Attendees with Stand Design.
Benefits of a Virtual Exhibition.
How do you create an exhibition?
Designing an exhibition: These 5 tips should be your mantra
Your exhibition is unique. Don’t copy others.
You can’t please everybody. It’s a fact.
You’re creating an experience. Not a content grid.
This is 2020. Physical and digital environments are a fact.
Yes, there is such a thing as way too much content.
How do you make an exhibition interesting?
Showstopper: How to make your exhibition stand stand out from the crowd
Start with your story. It’s easy to cover an exhibition stand in vague brand messages and hope for the best.
Give delegates what they want.
Give delegates what they won’t expect.
Provide the warmest welcome (and have the most fun)
Where can I exhibit my art?
Here I have made a list of 10 venues where art exhibitions may take place:
Contemporary Art Museums.
Art fairs/Art festivals.
Art and craft markets.
Art themed cafes.
How do I start showing my art?
How to Get Your Work in an Art Gallery
Reflect on Your Work.
Be Active in the Art Community.
Create A Solid Online Presence.
Do Your Research.
Utilize Local Resources.
Practice Positioning Yourself as an Artist.
Use Social Media to Promote Your Art.
Read All the Submission Instructions.
What are 4 paintings together called?
Specifically, a “diptych” is a two-part work of art; a “triptych” is a three-part work; a tetraptych or quadriptych has four parts; pentaptych five; hexaptych six; heptaptych (or septych in Latin) seven; octaptych eight parts; enneaptych nine; and decaptych has ten parts.
What are 2 paintings together called?
As an art term a diptych is an artwork consisting of two pieces or panels, that together create a singular art piece these can be attached together or presented adjoining each other. In medieval times, panels were often hinged so that they could be closed and the artworks protected.