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Several BC communities have shown their support for the arts with these wonderful photo messages. The Face of the Arts idea began in Golden, BC this fall. We’re posting these photos and their instructions on how to run your own Face of the Arts photo shoot below.
The idea was picked up again on Gabriola Island …
Rebecca Coleman has also contributed an excellent blog piece on Art of the Business that shows how the cuts have already had a direct impact on several organizations.
These photos were taken by The Social Utilities at the Wrecking Ball on November 23rd at the Vogue in Vancouver.
The Social Utilities are: Caroline Liffman, Tanya Podlozniuk, Gina Readman, Aliya Griffin, Caroline Sniatynski and Adrienne Wong.
Take a look at the whole series in this slideshow.
Here is a call-to-action from the Kicking Horse Culture advocacy page about how you can put a face to the arts in your community with this very effective photo initiative:
What you can do:
Invite to communities and arts orgs all around the province:
All you need is a white board and a digital camera and a Flickr account via Yahoo (it’s free).
1. Take the photos at your events. Our audience loved it!
2. Export the images from your camera into your photo software program… we’re using iPhoto.
3. iPhoto links directly to Flickr. With other software, just follow Flickr’s FAQ to upload.
4. That’s it!
May we suggest thay you name your Flickr account “Face of the arts in (your town name here) BC” That way, when one does a search in Flickr, it will be very evident how many communities have joined in.