It didn’t just stay in a notebook or in a file somewhere in the dark depths of her computer. Nooooo. She put it to work and turned her written stories into audio for an exhibition.
The leap Cathy took from written word to audio involves a different way of thinking. It’s much like how museums consider programming their shows. They don’t simply put up the art along with nearby labels. They have docents who lead tours, scholars who give presentations, activities to expand on a theme, and audio for telling stories.
In this episode, Cathy and I talk about how she created a process for this, how it worked out, and what she'd do differently next time.
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Find examples of Cathy's labels with QR codes along with episode 43 on the podcast site: https://artbizsuccess.com/audio-for-art-show-podcast.
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