It isn’t a Shot of Whiskey for Breakfast! 10/27/10

Entry From Wikipedia-  Art exhibitions are traditionally the space in which art objects (in the most general sense) meet an audience….. In American English, they may be called “exhibit”, “exposition” (the French word) or ‘show’.”

Exposition— from the word expose ~verb~ to reveal the true nature of.

Reveal—the root of revelation.

Revelation~noun~Something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized:  Informal~ eye opener.

From verb to noun, what is the most valuable thing the activity of mounting an exhibition provide? Clue: It isn’t attention , or recogntion, or the food and drink, or replenishing the coffers .


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2 Responses to It isn’t a Shot of Whiskey for Breakfast! 10/27/10

  1. Sarah Erwin says:

    Really like the blog “definitions” and “question” for this 10/27 & 30 class. Great
    anticipatory set! I’m thinking about my correct answer(s) and looking forward to hearing yours and others 🙂 Thanks BTF!

  2. sheila martin says:

    uh-oh…i don’t want to get the answer wrong but I figure maybe, like art itself, there is no one right answer. I guess for me it is a chance “be” with the work that now represents a year’s journey…to see the collective growth and fruits of our endeavors.
    It is also a time for me to reflect on the role that this facet of my life plays, to be grateful,
    to be joyous.

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