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Pop-up Gallery Exhibits
GraceDivine.com sets ups pop-up gallery exhibits at conventional and unconventional locations. For instance, locations could include restaurants, malls, religious places, churches, temples, commercial and retail establishments, business and also clubs and private homes to name a few. Pop-up gallery exhibits usually run for one or two days.

The pop-up gallery exhibits can have multiple purposes. First, art is placed on display for the public to enjoy. And because Grace Divine lectures on a panoply of subjects including art history, all of the lectures have educational and charitable purposes.

At GraceDivine.com we endeavor to create fun, interesting and educational pop-up gallery exhibits.

First, when we decide to create a gallery exhibit, the purposes of the exhibit might be to inform the public about art. The exhibit might also include informing the public about different charitable causes by means of information, lectures, presentations, performances and more. We then develop a concept informational sheet and an invitation for artists.

Second, we then reach out to artists who might be interested in contributing to our exhibit. And because some of our exhibits are a combination live and online, we try to make space available for artists to show their art via computer.

Third, at this point we will reach out to locations for availability.

Fourth, after we have a space and date assigned, we then develop the presentation and design concepts. Once this part of the process has been completed, we prepare promotional materials press releases and the such.

Fifth, prior to opening, we set up the show live.

Alot more goes into making a successful show. And because we do shows to promote charitable causes like diabetes, heart, mental illness and others, we do ask for volunteers. So contact us if you are interested in volunteering with our pop-up shows.

Thank you.