BBC Get Creative

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BBC Get Creative

Postby rue_d_etropal » Sun Feb 22, 2015 11:43 pm

There has been a bit of discussion about this year long project on other forums.

Initially I felt that model railways might not be perceived by others as suitable, but then remembered that the Royal Academy Open exhibition has a section for architectural models, and there are even some in our hobby involved in that area professionally, so it is not a million miles from art/creative activities and model railways, especially the less than orthodox models we create.
The renewed interest in Roland Emett and out links there is more ammunition for our hobby.

A new art group I am involved with was also taking about this BBC project so that is one way I might get something wacky in. :idea:
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Re: BBC Get Creative

Postby KEG » Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:30 am

Can´t be too difficult, to run a few toytrains through some 3 D Pictures and call it an Art Project.


I have the impression, most of todays Art Project in Museums or galleries are called "Without Title" but are insured for 20.000 upwards.

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