We had a fantastic evening filming at Hertfordshire’s Lowewood Museum. We were filming for their new short film “Absolutely” . One of the great things about the Hoddesdon based museum is they not only make you welcome but also make every visit fun.
Here’s Kingstreetimages’ latest film which celebrates the Arts Means Business initiative from The Gibberd Gallery. The film features artists Valerie Inns, and Sarah Brown – Architectural Artwork and Glass. The project included artists working in residences withRaytheon, Astro Lighting, and Arrow.com.
Object of art or industrial prototype? Check out the Arts Means Business exhibition at The Gibberd Gallery. The exhibition features work from Sarah Brown – Architectural Artwork and Glass , Connie Flynn, and Val Inns. The artists worked with Raytheon, Arrow.com, and Astro Lighting.
Kingstreetimages has made a film about the Arts Means Business initiative, which will be viewable in the Gibberd Gallery and online soon.
Just stopped for a coffee, turned round and there he was. Can’t quite place him… Sure I’ve seen him somewhere. Albeit fleetingly…
Always sunny in Margate. Caters for all. It now has the fantastic Turner Contemporary Gallery, and of course it’s also Margate with its great beaches, old town, artists’ and creative quarter, and let’s not forget those slots.
We’ve been really lucky filming along the Kent coast over the last few days. There are so many interesting artists in this part of Kent, a great creative environment to work and live.
I could have made many choices, told various stories, and created numerous narratives with the abundance of footage, audio, and music that was available.
With exactly the same footage but in a different order would my story have been different? Would you have viewed the content differently? Is it political? Is it a statement? Was I having fun? Making a point? Being ironic in a smart phone kind of way?
I think you have to make your own mind up about what you saw, what you thought you saw, and what order you saw it in. But ultimately we should never forget the fantastic power and influence of editing.