Visual Disobedience feature in the Sunday Midday here will be hosting an art exhibition in Mumbai to launch their website.
I painstakingly printed out some prints on my home printer to post from London for the exhibition.
The printer repeatedly rejected my beautiful art printing paper. It behaved atrociously throughout. (We have real communication issues.)
But at last, all prints were mailed off. The details ironed out, launch party is all set to go.
I also managed, after 4 years of waffling about, to convert janineshroff.wordpress.com into janineshroff.co.uk. Feeling rather pleased with myself. All the technical stuff with DNS and servers and app keys and god knows what else is really beyond me.
Arty-farty types are going to be here, lots of other people are going to be there.
Damn it. Why aren’t I going to be there?
But some of my prints will be.
Postman delivered, Mother has framed. (After some long distance phone call wrangling)
Now – Watch this promo and go on the 22 & 23 of September!
Go go go!!! (Pretty please?)
One of the biggest sales of indie art work, a community art project and a talk by Sudhir Mishra for young and aspiring directors,
Visual Disobedience, the online art community, launches with an avalanche of funky art.
When: Sept 22 & 23, 11 am – 6 pm
Venue: Julius Macwan Institute, 50-A Huma bungalow, near Quantum Park, Chuim Village Road, Khar West.
Directions: Take the Lane opp Out of the Blue, go past Quantum Park. It’s right next to the cheerful Ganesh mandal
Over the next seven days, you will get a glimpse into what you can expect. Here’s a teaser, just enough to stir up an appetite.