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How to Prepare For an Art Presentation – From First Draft to Presentation Day

By Paul Ruiz in Art Business Advice   >   General Art Advice

When was the last time you really had a chance to open up about your art?

Even though you may never have had the privilege of being asked to be a guest speaker or visiting artist, you may want to consider preparing for that day, as there are benefits to be gained professionally.

Not sure where to start? Here’s a path you could follow:

1. Include a “capture system” in your creative process

By this I mean find some way of documenting the progress and development of your work. Aside from frequent journaling about your work, take digital photos or digitally scan pages from your visual art journal and store them on a computer.

2. Review and reflect

If you don’t already keep some kind of journal about your work, then have a go at writing down your own working process—mull it over, from your first idea to final execution. Where did you source the image, concept or technique from? What motivates you to make the kinds of changes you make?

It may not read like poetry and that’s ok—the main thing is to remain focussed, practical and sincere. You might be surprised at the level of insight you will gain into your own work by taking time to reflect and talk with friends, artists or colleagues.

For those who struggle with preparing an artist statement or biography, this candid method of introspection may be a way of finding a statement that is genuine for you.

3. Compile and organise

Decide how much you want to share with others and make that information available either in physical form (sketchbooks, scrapbooks) or in the case of large groups, in a slideshow using the presentation software of your choice (powerpoint, keynote etc).

A slide show makes it easy to control what is being discussed, however it is not absolutely necessary. A workable substitute would be photocopies of scanned images with your speaking notes attached—although in this case I would recommend having at least one completed work available as a talking point.

4. Cut a first draft of your presentation

With the raw material from step 3, begin piecing together your presentation. Constrain yourself to a speaking time of 45-60 minutes and start placing your material into broad categories like the following:

1. Background

2. Recent exhibitions and the focus of current work

3. Inspirations—historical, personal, social

4. Materials and process (some of your process shots would be great here)

5. Future projects, goals and exhibitions

If you are using Powerpoint or similar, remember just a few key works for each slide is all that’s required. No one wants to read slabs of text on a slide or be forced to squint.

Also, bear in mind that the content of your talk should be somewhat malleable, depending on your audience. Be prepared to modify the content as required to keep it focussed and relevant to your audience.

5. Practice and Refine

Now with the above complete, it should be much easier to talk about your work to anyone who may have previously caught you off guard. And though most of us hate the idea of public speaking, when it’s something as personal and intimate as your art practice at least you won’t have to worry about not knowing your subject.

Practice with friends or a partner so that you can hear yourself, and watch how they respond—they’re likely give you visual cues as to whether or not you are engaging them (body language can speak volumes). Ask for feedback at this stage, take mental notes and then adjust your presentation accordingly.

6. Engage Potential Audiences

Let schools or art colleges know that you are a practicing artist and are seeking an opportunity to share about your work. Find local prospects and email or mail them a sample of your presentation—this will show them that you are committed and ready.

You can also put out the call through art community and social networks online etc. They may not respond straight away, but the opportunity may come eventually.

And if no one contacts you for some time, don’t let it phase you. The process will have helped you gather your thoughts and to re-focus on the fundamentals of your art practice—it may be the impetus you needed to push through that next project or exhibition, and it will certainly be a confidence-booster when speaking with an art dealer or prospective buyer who is curious to know more about you and you work.

7. Delivery Day

When you are (hopefully) one day engaged to speak about your work, half the success is really a matter of logistics. The more prepared you are, the less room there is for being nervous, especially about trivial technical or equipment issues. You can use the following list as a guide/checklist for that day:

1. Slideshow on CD/DVD and on USB stick (both handy in case one has issues)

2. A hardcopy of your speaker notes in case all technology fails

3. Venue Address and Name /Number of your Contact at the venue

4. Your Laptop (optional, assuming you have one)

5. A DVI/SERIAL adaptor cable—some venues may not have all the cables or be rigged up for your machine, so its best to cater for old and new technologies if you can

6. Extension Cable and Power Adaptor—The venue might provide these but if they don’t you could be left without a presentation even after all that effort you went to

7. An Invoice—If it is a paid presentation, be professional and be ready with a printed invoice to hand over at the close of your presentation

8. Aim to arrive 30 minutes early to set-up and compose yourself. And in case you thought it might be fine to show up late, you may end up looking the fool if no one hangs around to find out.

8. Final considerations

I understand that this is not an exhaustive guide, and it certainly needs to be tailored for your own situation, skills sets and objectives. However, I do believe that it could be a used by anyone as a prompter for developing and finally presenting your work to a broader audience.

You never know when you might be required to speak to or with agents, gallery directors or potential buyers about your work.

As artists, our work does not always speak for itself—sometimes it needs a real voice, your voice, to help project and provoke meaning.

For more articles by Paul Ruiz, please visit his blog at artcatalyst.wordpress.com .

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Art presentation, like other artistic expressions, has become more experimental, more conceptual, more varied, and more personal. Interior design has evolved to meet the emotional and intellectual needs of more educated and worldly clients by challenging convention in the use of space, materials, scale, color, and texture. Personal and public spaces, like everything else, are becoming more interactive. Even traditional environments are filled with eclectic collections from family legacies, world travels, and expressions of personal interest.

As an integral part of interior design, art presentation must work on three dimensions: respecting the art, accessorizing the setting, and reflecting the importance of the art to the owner. Of these three, how the owner feels about the art is the driving force. Custom art presentation, which effectively balances all these considerations, requires an almost infinite assortment of profiles, finishes, and design details.

The Importance of the Art

In cases where the art is seen primarily as an investment, the presentation would be done to preserve and enhance its monetary value. In that case, archival presentation, conserving historic elements where possible, or using period-appropriate, formal presentation techniques would be a likely solution.

However, most important art is not valued primarily as an investment. Most art is used to set a tone and express ideas and feelings that are specific to the owner. Whether it is to evoke a comforting nostalgia, ritualize an event, impart energy or serenity, playfulness, humor, irony, worldly sophistication, personal style, or a simple appreciation of beauty, the presentation can greatly enhance that aspect of the artwork that is important to the owner. Only when the art presentation reinforces the emotional and intellectual relationship between the owner and the art does the presentation ‘feel right.’

Accessorizing the Setting

Where is the art to be displayed and how is it used? Is it in an intimate, personal space? Or will it be displayed in a formal, public one? Is the art to be a central focus, independently adding to the emotional and intellectual quality or the space? Or is it primarily to support the design idea?

Making appropriate framing and art presentation choices requires a close partnership with the designer. Site visits can help the art presenter understand the genre, and get accurate field measurements. Custom finish samples can be prepared to take into the setting or to coordinate with other suppliers. Custom profiles can be created to reference an important shape or pattern. Custom mirror engraving and silvering can be used to help the designer achieve a particular look or mood. Custom hanging methods, including an analysis of the appropriate angle at which to hang, lean, or cant the art of the wall can all influence the impact of the art. For three-dimensional works, cabinet or pedestal designs that complement the art and the setting require the design and fabrication skills of a fine cabinetmaker. The art of presentation is doing whatever it takes to get the details right.

With so many design rules being broken for interest and effect, understanding the underlying design principle for the space in which the artwork will reside is essential for satisfying art presentation. One of the more common design challenges is incorporating contemporary art in a traditional setting, or classic art in a contemporary setting. Frames and presentation treatments that make that transition comfortable frequently have ambiguous references to period design rendered with an unusual finish or a change in scale. The Tulip frame, shown right, combines sleek lines and a silver finish common in contemporary design, with a fluid carved corner detail more common to Art Nouveau. It is appropriate in traditional as well as contemporary settings, used as a mirror or as a complement to art.

Another common role for art is to add drama and formality to an ‘industrial’ or high-tech setting where the finish materials are exposed brick, brushed, rusted or painted steel, or hewn beam. ‘Organic’ finishes over profiles with strong, architectural, and graphic lines are a new formal language for art presentation. For example, the Deco Step frame, shown right, combines geometric forms frequently found in Art Deco design and architecture. The 12K white-gold finish is toned to gives it an organic texture unusual in fine finishes, with the fleeting impression of brushed steel.

The quality of light within the space is also an important consideration. Should UV protective glass be used? Is an independent light source required?

Respecting the Art

After understanding the emotional and physical context for the art, the final presentation decisions are driven by the art itself. Appropriate presentation means respecting the kind and level of detail, the strength of line, the color palette, the subject matter, and the materials used.

Effective presentation of artwork is as much an art as the creation of the art itself. Working knowledge of art history gives the art presenter a context that makes “respecting the art” possible. The eclectic nature of contemporary design requires a balance between convention and novelty. Having trained artists and art historians on staff with expertise in contemporary as well as classical art gives designers the creative resources to break “new ground” in the world of design with confidence.

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‘Presentation is Everything’: Inside the World of Art Fair Booth Design

For gallery directors, including those at TEFAF New York, no detail is too trivial, and every millimeter matters.

A model of a room with a white wall and brown floor. Tiny paintings are on the wall. A hand is placing a tiny sculpture.

By Liz Robbins

Before 89 international art dealers showcase their exquisite wares inside a building that was once the playground for New York’s rich and famous, they get the chance to be children again.

Their grown-up game? Designing strikingly unique booths out of tight uniform spaces for TEFAF New York, the European Fine Art Foundation fair at the Park Avenue Armory .

Some dealers still play with foam core models that resemble dollhouses. Others — those blessed with warehouse space — can create life-size replicas before shipping the pieces. Most in this digital age, however, tinker collaboratively inside 3-D digital structures as if they are playing video games.

Welcome to the passionately precise world of art fair design, where for gallery directors, no detail is too trivial, and every millimeter matters.

“Designing booths is one of my favorite things to do,” Evan Snyderman, a co-founder of R & Company gallery in New York, said gleefully. “It’s always been something I’ve done and to the point of almost driving my wife crazy because I’m constantly rearranging the house, moving things like one inch to the left.”

The son of Philadelphia gallery owners, Snyderman said he was already arranging his Matchbox cars in diagonal rows at 8 years old. He also placed his hand puppets on wall-mounted boxes and ordered his collection of daggers and pocketknives just so.

Now, he and his partners do it for a living.

“Like we learn in art school, presentation is everything,” said R & Company’s co-founder Zesty Meyers.

If nothing else, dealers take on TEFAF New York booths as a personal challenge.

“Honestly,” said the eponymous owner of Sean Kelly Gallery , “we all do more than enough art fairs and so one of the things that we’re always looking for is a way to kind of amuse ourselves and keep it fresh.”

About three months before the May fair, TEFAF officials email dealers booth and room assignments, and a menu of design options. Galleries choose the fabric color to cover the walls of the booths that sit under the cavernous ceiling. They also choose types of flooring, paint, electrical outlets, track lighting and temporary office furniture like storage cabinets.

The booths in the armory’s drill hall range in size from 20 square meters to 49 square meters (about 215 square feet to 527 square feet; TEFAF only provides metric measurements to its dealers). The period rooms, including three downstairs and 12 upstairs, range from about 355 to 656 square feet.

Galleries are strictly forbidden to do anything to alter these rooms that were once clubhouses for the companies belonging to the Seventh Regiment of the Armory on Park Avenue.

R & Company, which showcases historical and contemporary design, had always been tucked into the same back left corner of the drill hall until this year, when it moved upstairs. At first, Snyderman wanted to lighten the dark mahogany room equipped with 19th-century swords, shields and iron chandeliers.

Plans to hang a Katie Stout chandelier were rejected because it weighed more than 100 pounds. Although Snyderman decided to keep the interior of the room visible, he built a free-standing trellis for track lighting.

Snyderman worked twice a week together with his architect in computer sessions, starting with an anchor piece at the back of the room: a rare nearly seven-foot-tall Wendell Castle stack-laminated oak cabinet.

To draw viewers’ eyes to it, the pair created a 12-foot wall that partly blocked the windows behind it and would serve as a stage. They chose to paint it “quetzal,” a rich aqua color that serves as a uniting element for the room’s other pedestals. In their model, they incorporated Castle’s models for the sculpture, which will also be on display.

“That’s a big part of the design for us, the storytelling,” Snyderman said. He and his team went through at least six iterations of design layouts to place the other pieces in visual harmony, including a tomato red Lina Bo Bardi “Bowl Chair,” vessels by Roberto Lugo , and an Isamu Noguchi table, stool and lamp.

Kasmin Gallery , also in an upstairs period room, chose for its anchor piece Alma Allen ’s 190-pound bronze moth. That needed to be reinforced onto one of the temporary walls — painted dark gray — that the dealers built inside the existing walls.

During a visit in April to the gallery in Chelsea, a smaller version of the moth was already affixed diagonally to the foam core walls of the scale model, 31 inches by 16.5 inches by 14 inches. Edith Dicconson, a co-executive director of the gallery, delighted in trying different arrangements for a Robert Motherwell painting (reduced in scale to the size of a postage stamp) and a 3-D Max Ernst sculpture.

“We come in here and all of our heads can look in like this and collaborate,” she said, adding with a kidlike cackle, “Isn’t it fun?”

Kasmin’s goal is to create an elegant but accessible space, where the works of artists who were friends and collectors of each other’s work — like William N. Copley and Les Lalanne — can be in dialogue.

What might they be whispering?

“I think they would have conversations about the style in which they would work,” said Mariska Nietzman, a Kasmin co-executive director. “But I think they also would perhaps just have cups of coffee and glasses of wine.”

Boris Vervoordt of Axel Vervoordt gallery was much more serious in discussing his digitally rendered booth, which allowed his staff across multiple time zones to try different combinations during video calls.

His gallery has occupied the same upstairs period room at the fair for about four years, in part because TEFAF respects his zero-waste policy. Recycling the same structure makes it easier to substitute new works of art, like a rarely shown 1993 painting by Kazuo Shiraga in this year’s booth.

Instead of the same space, Andrew Duncanson of Modernity gallery in Stockholm, which specializes in 20th-century Nordic furniture, lighting and jewelry, chose to move from last year’s upstairs quiet period room to the crowded drill hall.

This year, he built a mock-up of the booth in his warehouse, featuring a Carl Malmsten daybed and a showstopper of a chandelier, “ Snowflake ” by Paavo Tynell.

“We want to create an ambience in the room where it feels like you can move right in,” he said.

Duncanson created that atmosphere so well last year that TEFAF New York’s director, Leanne Jagtiani, said she warned him, “ Don’t be surprised if you come in one morning and I’m here because I stayed overnight.”

Duncanson said that last year, TEFAF committee members told him his room design earned him an A+, even though Jagtiani said the design commendations were given in verbal rather than report card form.

For dealers, the sales ledgers are what ultimately matter.

This year, Sean Kelly will also set up in the drill hall, moving into a larger, back corner spot. It came, however, with a caveat: an immovable diagonal support wall. So Kelly and his crew made it into a room divider for three distinct views and a funnel for foot traffic.

At one entrance, a cast iron statue by Antony Gormley welcomes visitors. The anchor pieces will be any one of three large-scale works by the German photographer Candida Höfer and two paintings by the British artist Idris Khan .

A month before TEFAF, Terrill Warrenburg, art fair and special project manager at Sean Kelly Gallery, was still swapping options on the computer to see how their shapes, colors and themes interacted with one another. They also had to account for the possibility that a work could sell right before TEFAF opens, taking it off the roster.

“It is a bit like four-dimensional chess because you have all these options and you build around them and they have to play nicely together — and you keep going until you feel like you got something that clicks,” Kelly said.

He laughed, adding, “And then, inevitably, you get there and then you change it all around.”

Art and Museums in New York City

A guide to the shows, exhibitions and artists shaping the city’s cultural landscape..

At the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, the immersive “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion” exhibition features fragile dresses inside airtight vitrines, overcoats growing grass and pat-’n-sniff walls. But does it work ?

The Kosovar artist Petrit Halilaj  began drawing as a child in the Balkans during a violent decade. His world of childhood innocence and adult experience comes to the roof of the Met .

As his bullet-riddled panels go up at Gagosian, Maurizio Cattelan, in a rare in-person interview, tells why he turned his sardonic gaze on a violence-filled world .

In his biggest exhibit since a 2013 retrospective at the Guggenheim, Christopher Wool has created his own show in an uninhabited office in Manhattan’s Financial District .

Looking for more art in the city? Here are the gallery shows not to miss in May .

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How to Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint [For Any Version]

What’s the best part about PowerPoint presentations? YES, it is the graphics and visual representations. And how best can we insert these into our presentations? No, Google Images is not the answer (although it is one of the ways). It is through the in-built feature of Clip Art.

To insert a clipart into your presentation simply Go to the Insert tab, select Pictures, choose Online Pictures and then in the Filters select Clip Art. From here you can choose your preferred Clip Art and add it into the Slide.

See how simple it is? Now let us show you some other cool features for using Clip Art in your presentations and wowing your audience.

1. Inserting Clip Art in PowerPoint 

The clipart in PowerPoint is a collection of free images that you can use in your presentation slides. You can access the available cliparts under the  “Online Pictures”  option in PowerPoint.

1.1 Method 1 – Using the Online Pictures Option

To insert a clipart in PowerPoint using the  “Online Pictures”  option, follow the 5 simple steps.

Step-1: Click on the “Insert” tab

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The first step is to open the slide where you want to insert the clipart. Then click on the  “Insert”  tab in the menu ribbon located at the top of the screen.

Step-2: Click on the “Online Pictures” option

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The next step is to click on the  “Pictures”  option from the  “Images”  group of the  “Insert”  tab. In the dropdown menu under the  “Pictures”  option, click on the  “Online Pictures”  option.

Step-3: Select your preferred category

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In the  “Online Pictures”  dialog box, you can now click on any of the available categories of the pictures. You can also click on the search bar at the top of the dialog box to search for a specific category.

Step-4: Click on the “Clipart” option

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Now you have to click on the  “Filter”  option which is the funnel icon under the search bar. In the  “Filter”  pop-up menu, click on the  “Clipart”  option under the  “Types”  section.

Step-5: Click on the “Insert” button

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The final step is to select one or more cliparts from the  “Online Pictures”  dialog box to insert into the slide. Then all you have to do is click on the  “Insert”  button at the bottom of the dialog box.

1.2 Method 2 – Using the Pickit Add-in

Using Add-ins in PowerPoint is a great way to get features that are not available in PowerPoint by default. The  “Pickit”  add-in includes thousands of graphics for your PowerPoint presentation that you can access with a monthly subscription.

Check out my other article on how to install add-ins in PowerPoint to go through the installation process.

To insert a clipart using the  “Pickit”  add-in, you have to first get it from the  “Add-ins”  option. Then follow the 4 quick steps.

Step-1: Click on the “Pickit Images” option

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At the right corner of the  “Home”  tab, click on the  “Pickit Images”  option to open the  “Pickit”  sidebar on the right side of the screen.

Step-2: Select your preferred category

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The next step is to select your preferred category of images from the  “Pickit”  sidebar.

Step-3: Click on the “Search” icon

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Now you can click on the search icon at the top of the sidebar to open the search bar. Type in the keywords to search for a specific topic.

Step-4: Click on the “Insert Medium” option

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Finally, click on the clipart that you want to insert into the presentation. Then click on the  “Insert Medium”  button under the clipart to insert it.

2. Types of PowerPoint Clip Art

Clip Arts are premade illustrations that can be used in various formats. In Microsoft PowerPoint, there are unlimited clip arts available for free. There are mainly five types of clipart available in PowerPoint. 

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The  “Icons”  available in Microsoft PowerPoint are free to use. You can access the icon cliparts from the  “Stock Images”  option. The icons are black and white illustrations representing various objects and activities. 

2.2 Stickers

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The  “Stickers”  are colorful clipart illustrations that usually include cartoonish drawings and silly characters.

2.3 Illustrations

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The  “Illustrations”  are simple line arts that are available in both colors and monochrome. They usually represent various objects.

2.4 People Cutouts

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The  “Cutout People”  option in PowerPoint includes cliparts of photographed people with a transparent background.

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The  “Videos”  category includes videos that are a few seconds long. The video cliparts give an illusion of moving images.

3. Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint 2007

In PowerPoint 2007, you can insert a clipart using the  “Clip Art”  task panel. To do so, follow the 4 easy steps.

Step-1: Click on the “Clip Art” option

In the menu ribbon located at the top of the screen, click on the  “Insert”  tab. Then click on the  “Clip Art”  option in the  “Illustrations”  section of the  “Insert”  menu.

Step-2: Click on the “Search for” box

In the  “Clip Art”  task panel at the right side of the screen, click on the  “Search for”  box and type in the keywords. You can click on the  “Search in”  box to specify the sources of the clipart, and on the  “Results should be”  box to select the clipart format.

Step-3: Click on the “Go” button

Now you have to click on the  “Go”  button beside the  “Search for”  box to start the search.

Step-4: Paste the clipart

The final step is to  “Right Click”  on the clipart that you want to insert and select the  “Copy”  option. Then all you have to do is  “Right Click”  on the slide and select the  “Paste”  option to insert the clipart. 

4. Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint 2010

In the PowerPoint software for Office 2010, you can insert a clipart using the  “Clip Art”  task panel. All you have to do is follow the 5 easy steps.

The first step is to open the slide where you want to insert the clipart. Then click on the  “Insert”  tab from the menu ribbon at the top of the screen.

Step-2: Click on the “Clip Art” option

The next step is to click on the  “Clip Art”  option in the  “Images”  section of the  “Insert”  menu. This will open the  “Clip Art”  task panel on the right side of the screen.

Step-3: Search for a clipart

In the  “Clip Art”  task panel, click on the  “Search for”  box and type in what you are looking for. In the  “Results should be”  box, select the preferred format of the cliparts. Then all you have to do is click on the  “Go”  button to start the search.

Step-4: Select the preferred clipart

The cliparts will now appear in the  “Clip Art”  task panel. You can scroll vertically in the task panel to find your preferred clipart.

Step-5: Click on the “Insert” option

Finally, all you have to do is  “Right Click”  on the image that you want to add to the slide. In the right-click menu, click on the  “Insert”  option.

5. Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint 2013 or 2016

In the PowerPoint for Office 2013 and 2016, you can insert a clipart using the same process. To add a clipart to a slide, follow the 3 quick steps.

Step-1: Click on the “Online Pictures” option

The first step is to click on the  “Insert”  tab in the menu ribbon. Then click on the  “Pictures”  option in the  “Insert” menu. In the dropdown menu under the  “Pictures”  option, click on the  “Online Pictures”  option.

Step-2: Click on the “Clipart” option

In the  “Online Pictures”  dialog box, click on the search bar to look for a picture category. Then click on the  “Type” option and select the  “Clipart”  option from the dropdown list.

Step-3: Click on the “Insert” button

Finally, select your preferred clipart image and click on the  “Insert”  button at the bottom of the  “Online Pictures”  dialog box.

6. Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint 2019 or Office 365

In the PowerPoint 2019 or the Office 365 subscription, you can insert a clipart into your presentation slide using the  “Online Pictures”  option. Refer to  section 1.1  for the detailed steps.

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7. Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint on Mac

On a Mac device, you can easily insert a clipart into your PowerPoint slide. The process depends on the version of PowerPoint that you are using on your device. If you are using the Office 2016 subscription, follow the steps detailed in  section 5 . If you are using PowerPoint 2019 or Office 365, refer to  section 1.1  for the detailed steps.

8. Insert Clip Art in PowerPoint Web

In PowerPoint for web, you can insert cliparts using the  “Stock Images”  feature. To do so, follow the 4 simple steps.

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In the menu ribbon located at the top of the screen, you have to first click on the  “Insert”  tab to open the  “Insert”  menu.

Step-2: Click on the “Stock Images” option

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In the  “Insert”  menu, click on the  “Pictures”  option. Then click on the  “Stock Images”  option from the dropdown list under the  “Pictures”  option.

Step-3: Select the preferred clipart type

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In the  “Stock Images”  dialog box, click on one of the six tabs available to choose the type of clipart that you want to insert. Then type in the keywords in the search bar.

Step-4: Click on the “Insert” button

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The final step is to select a clipart. Then click on the  “Insert”  button at the bottom of the dialog box to insert the selected clipart into the slide.

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City officials and Dunwoody High School educators gather to embrace 15 high school students May 1 selected for the 2024 Storefront Art exhibit. The temporary pieces will be displayed in Dunwoody Village business for up to three months.  

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The annual Storefront Art exhibits returned May 1 with final presentations from 15 Dunwoody High School students during an on-campus kickoff event.

Dunwoody unveils 2024 Storefront Art exhibit

  • May 8, 2024

DUNWOODY, Ga. — The annual Storefront Art exhibits returned May 1 with final presentations from 15 Dunwoody High School students during an on-campus kickoff event.

The Dunwoody Economic Development Department manages the Storefront Art program, which features student artwork in the windows of businesses in the Dunwoody Village for up to three months.

More than 70 students from Dunwoody High submitted 85 designs in March. Then, business owners and managers ranked their preferred pieces. The 15 works of art with the highest points were chosen for the exhibit, following the approval of the Dunwoody Art Commission in April. The city will award the students $200 each for materials and work.

“The Storefront Art Exhibit ties together three priorities: supporting small businesses, partnering with our schools and embracing public art,” Mayor Lynn Deutsch said. “I am so pleased that we are continuing this project, and I can’t wait to share these students’ works with the community.”

Tom Bass, principal of Dunwoody High School, said he appreciates the school’s partnership with the city.

“We’re proud of the leadership provided by our outstanding teachers in visual arts,” Bass said. “Storefront Art opens doors for our students and showcases their talents to the entire community.”

Several designs from the 2022 and 2023 Storefront Art exhibits are on display as part of Dunwoody’s Green Light Art project, which features original canvases that are digitized, printed and wrapped onto traffic light boxes across the city. 

In addition, 13 paintings from last year’s exhibit are currently featured along a new art wall inside Perimeter Mall at the entrance between Maggiano’s and Macy’s.

Business and Cultural Development Manager Rosemary Watts said the public art programs aim to draw more visitors to the Village.

“This year’s designs will be eligible for future installations of the Green Light project,” Watts said. “We’ll also be able to add them to the new Perimeter Mall exhibit.”

Student artists include Bobbi Allen, Brinkley Parrish, Clara Green, Elder Coria, Stella Cronin, Elizabeth Buckareff, Hannah Hazen, Harrison Flynt, Jenna McJunkin, Jeston Huang, Lilah Paradice, Lydia Bizzell, Magadhi Sathyanarayanan, Mira Walter and Nia Elekwachi.

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Boston Art Commission Meeting - May 2024

This meeting will be held virtually only and NOT in person. You can participate by going to our online meeting link and using your computer's audio and microphone. If you are unable to connect to audio or you do not have internet, you can call into the meeting by dialing 301-715-8592 and entering Meeting I.D. 453 796 7678 #.

Public comment on Presentations for Review, Public Testimony, and Commission Vote may be provided ahead of the hearing by submitting written testimony here by 12 PM (noon) on Monday, May 13, 2024.

You will also have the opportunity to submit comments during the meeting via the Zoom platform or by phone. If you require closed captioning you can make a request to [email protected] .

ABOUT THE BOSTON ART COMMISSION

Working together with the Public Art Team in Mayor’s Office of Arts & Culture, the Boston Art Commission (BAC) is an independent board composed of two ex-officio and seven appointed volunteer art and design professionals that holds public meetings to review, discuss, and vote on matters concerning the City’s art collection. The BAC has exclusive authority to approve and commission artworks intended to be added to the City’s collection or be placed on City property. The Curatorial Vision for the City of Boston is to foster the creation and collection of artworks that reflect the people, ideas, histories, and futures of Boston, the traditional homeland of the Massachusett people and the home of the neighboring Wampanoag and Nipmuc peoples. We aim to commission and approve artworks that engage communities and directly respond to, enrich, and enliven the urban environment. We seek public art that is driven by an artistically strong vision, enhances the diversity and equity of the existing collection, and possess durability appropriate to the lifespan of the work. For more information, see Boston.gov/public-art .

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  • Welcome,  Karin Goodfellow
  • Call to Order and Review of Minutes,  John Andress
  • Community Initiated Commissions
  • City Initiated Commissions
  • Existing Collections
  • Instructions for public comment,  Karin Goodfellow
  • Nature Along the Greenway , Final Design; Mary Ellen Welch Greenway, Maverick Street Bridge Underpass, 215 Bremen Street, East Boston; Artist: Yetti Frenkel; Proponent: Friends of the Mary Ellen Welch Greenway, Yetti Frenkel 
  • Gulf Stream ; Temporary artwork, Un-monument Initiative; Temporary artwork, Final Design; Dry Dock 2, Charlestown Navy Yard, 1st Ave &, 3rd St, Boston; Artist: Hugh Hayden; Proponent: Jasper Sanchez, Boston Art Triennal (Formerly Now + There) Jasper Sanchez, Boston Art Triennal (Formerly Now + There) with Karin Goodfellow, City of Boston
  • Unknown ; Long-term artworks; Final Design; Adams Street Branch of the Boston Public Library, 690 Adams Street, Dorchester, MA; Artist: Priscila De Carvalho; Proponent: Amber Torres, City of Boston, Amber Torres, City of Boston
  • Contact: Boston Art Commission
  • Neighborhoods: Citywide
  • Posted: 05/09/2024 - 2:29PM
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The next monthly meeting of the BAC will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 at 4:30 p.m .

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*Applications and presentations listed will be pulled from the agenda if the proponents are not able to submit all needed materials two weeks in advance of the scheduled BAC meeting. All applications are to be reviewed for approval, pending property owner permissions.

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A monarch butterfly is pictured at Monarch Watch on KU's West Campus on July 22, 2015.

FRIDAY, MAY 10

• Free State Story Slam, 7-9 p.m., Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire St. Ages 18+, $10 suggested donation. Live presentation of spoken-word stories.

• Lawrence Barn Dance Association: Contra Dance with caller Jill Allen, 6 p.m. potluck, 7:30 p.m. lesson, 8-10:30 p.m. dance, Stony Point Barn, 1514 North 600 Road, Baldwin City. Admission: Pay what you can ($8-$16); students/nondancers, $5; children under 16 free.

SATURDAY, MAY 11

• Lawrence Farmers’ Market, 7:30-11:30 a.m., 824 New Hampshire St.

• Spring Open House & Plant Fundraiser, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Monarch Watch, 2379 Crowell Ave. Tours, activities, butterflies and caterpillars. See monarchwatch.org for details.

• Lawrence Shred Fest, 9 a.m.-noon, Truity, 3400 W. Sixth St. Shred documents for free. No electronics accepted.

• Pet Adoption Event with the Lawrence Humane Society, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., McCarthy Subaru of Lawrence, 2233 W. 29th Terrace. Local pet-related businesses, complimentary food, giveaways. Donations accepted for the animal shelter.

• Enchanted Tea Party with the Animals, 10-11:30 a.m., Prairie Park Nature Center, 2730 Harper Ave., $15/person, children under 2 free; see lprd.org for details and registration.

• Second Saturday Women’s Jam, 1-2:30 p.m., Americana Music Academy, 1419 Massachusetts St.

• Volunteer Day, 1-4 p.m., Lawrence Community Orchard, 830 Garfield St. Volunteers will assist in the planting of the vegetable gardens.

• Center for East Asia Studies: Traditional Japanese music on harp and koto, 1:30-3 p.m., Japanese Friendship Garden, 1045 Massachusetts St. (Inclement weather location: Watkins Museum of History community room.)

SUNDAY, MAY 12

• Repair Studio, 2-4 p.m., Lawrence Public Library auditorium, 707 Vermont St. Work with repair mentors to bring your broken items back to life.

MONDAY, MAY 13

• Food Not Bombs Community Meal, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont St.

• Singer-songwriter Bill Passalaqua, 7 p.m., Vintage Church, 1501 New Hampshire St. See social media for more information.

• Open Mic with Tyler Gregory, 7 p.m., Gaslight Gardens, 317 N. Second St. Arrive early to sign up for a spot.

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The Art of Home Staging: Think Like an Agent First and an Interior Designer Second

The buyer could be anyone. Staging is about more than defining a space with the appropriate furniture arrangements.

The Art of Home Staging

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Knowing when to lean into cozy elegance versus formal simplicity sets one stager apart from another.

In any industry, processes constantly evolve. As processes evolve, pioneers within the industry adapt, consistently endeavoring to maintain a competitive edge. Risk-taking clients and consumers will heed the guidance of these industry leaders, and once proof of concept is validated, the broader marketplace invariably follows suit.

While not necessarily a new phenomenon, staging has swiftly emerged as one of the most pivotal and arguably indispensable aspects of preparing a home for sale.

What Is Staging?

As a real estate agent who’s founded a staging company, I know that staging is about far more than defining a space with the appropriate furniture arrangements. Yes, rooms look smaller when empty, and prospective buyers often struggle to imagine a home’s potential or see “the vision.”

Staging, at its core, seeks to resolve both challenges to help effectively sell homes faster and for higher price tags. However, buyers are becoming savvier, markets are proving more challenging and competitive, and the average run-of-the-mill approach to staging is no longer satisfactory to address the forever-advancing real estate market.

Home stagers must think like a real estate agent first and an interior designer second. Who are the most likely buyers? What are they looking for in a home? Why are they even looking for a new home? Only once these questions are answered can they put on their interior design caps. When prospective buyers open the door for the first time, what will instantly draw them in? What will inspire them to feel like they just stepped into their new home for the first time?

Avoid Generic Room Presentations Without Personality 

Of course, it is impossible to predict who the ultimate buyer or buyers will be, but you have to start somewhere to move in any direction, creative or otherwise. Home stagers and agents must remain sensitive to the diverse preferences of potential buyers to avoid inadvertently offending anyone. However, this sensitivity often leads many stagers to default to neutral colors, simplistic pieces and minimal accents. While these choices effectively define a space, they typically result in generic room representations that lack personality and fail to resonate with prospective buyers.

Playing It Safe Fails to Achieve the Spectacular

Today’s buyers have elevated expectations, seeking homes exuding charm, character, quality and distinctiveness – attributes that can only be achieved through unique and meaningful interiors. They want to feel like they’ve stumbled upon something truly special, worthy of their time, consideration and investment. Delivering this is a delicate balancing act made possible only by paying attention to the most significant and insignificant details. It is the distinctive and cherished knickknacks, the boldness or subtlety of the art, the interplay of drama and softness in the lighting and, above all, the home’s resounding energy that collectively leave an unforgettable impression.

Playing it safe fails to achieve the spectacular, while overt specificity risks exclusion. The intention is to appeal to the most likely pool of buyers. However, the primary goal is to sell quickly and for the highest price possible. Therefore, it is imperative to consider everyone, given that the buyer could be anyone.

You’re Selling a Lifestyle, Not Just a Home 

The real estate agent-interior designer mindset demands a deeper analysis beyond merely understanding buyer profiles, tastes and preferences. It requires a comprehensive grasp of what is being sold: not just a house but a lifestyle or the essence of living itself. Recognizing the expected function of each space is crucial, as it can vary dramatically from one property to another. Carefully examining the size, footprint, room count, natural light, condition and location will profoundly influence the necessary staging strategy. Therefore, properly representing every potential function of the home is paramount.

Questions like whether the buyer desires formal and informal dining areas or both and whether they seek formal and informal living spaces are essential considerations. Additionally, it is key to anticipate whether they require guest bedrooms, children’s bedrooms, or a combination of the two and assess the likelihood of individuals working from home.

The Nitty-Gritty: Custom Tailoring 

Understanding the buyer’s inclination toward hosting and entertaining regularly is critical. By delving deeply into these areas, the staging approach can be tailored to effectively showcase the versatility and potential of the property, ensuring that the experience of touring the home fulfills the aspirations of any prospective buyer, creating a vision of the ideal lifestyle they’re searching for.

Examples of Staging That Evokes a Lifestyle 

Knowing when to lean into cozy elegance versus formal simplicity, for example, sets one stager apart from another. Knowing when and how to showcase just the right reading nook ; seamlessly blending formal and informal living; including a showstopping man cave, a glamorous home office or maybe the perfect hangout is essential. There are certain moments that always stand out in each home. Conversational pieces, such as a one-of-a-kind midcentury modern chair in a study, adorned with just the right cozy but complementary throw pillow and blanket. An exquisitely made king-size bed with luxurious silky white sheets, a fluffy duvet and, of course, a blanket perfectly tousled at the foot of the bed that you can't help but want to wrap yourself in. A bold and beautiful foyer, with a gilded mirror and a firm yet sophisticated entryway bench that would make anyone to visualize themselves coming home from a long day's work and removing their shoes as they can finally relax. It’s the unforgettable moments that truly speak to buyers and help them imagine a space as though it is their own.

What to Look For in a Stager 

I must emphasize how critical it is to hire the right person for the job. Even though your real estate agent should have a Rolodex of stagers in their back pocket, it’s still your home, and you should exercise as much control over the process as you’d like. Homeowners can and should be a part of the selection process to find the best stager for their property.

The one-size-fits-all model simply does not work, given how important it is to ensure that your home stands out from the rest. The right stager impresses upon you a connection to your home and can instantly sense what is special and what needs to be highlighted, as well as what needs to be masked. They know specifically what direction to take and why that vision is unique to your home. Every space is different, and that difference needs to be meaningfully represented and properly expressed.

The Home, a Sanctuary 

Indeed, "home" should evoke feelings of sanctuary – a haven where family and companionship thrive, but also a refuge for solitude. It's a space for both life's celebrations and moments of mourning; for restful retreats and productive pursuits. Ultimately, a home is a tangible representation of one's identity and core values.

Making these experiences possible is the art of home staging .

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