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Saturday, March 6, 2010
Setting up for I-CON is hard to do!
I haven't been to I-CON in two years! The reason being that I-CON moved to Suffolk County Community College Grant Campus last year and I did not like the way things were set up. Needless to say, I'm going this year (I-CON 29 March 26-28, 2010) and I'm bringing my computer generated art with me! There's one problem though. The Art Show used to get a lot of exposure in the Dealers' Room. At I-CON 26 & 27 it was moved to the smaller Pritchard Gym behind the Dealers' Room. This year I hear its in Javitts 105???
So, we are entering the Art Show again this year. See, I'm listed herehttp://www.iconsf.org/artshow.phpIt's about time, since I've been amassing a ton of stuff for I-CON since we were there for I-CON 27. I went to Michael's Art Supply and got eight 23" by 35" poster frames. I'm going to Jo-Ann's Fabrics to get a background for 2 panels (each is 8' high by 4' wide). Otherwise the pegboards are very bare wood. I need to get something colorful with stars but it needs to be a mesh I can get the hocks through easily. I usedhttp://www.zazzle.com/cistheta2008to make eight 23" by 35" prints. I also have some print from I-CON 26 and 27 that are 18" by 24" framed fractals that I can put in the print shop. In addition, I have 100 prints i made on 8.5" by 11" photo quality glossy paper on my color laserJet.