14 responses to “Slow Art Day: lingering at the margins”

  1. Peta D

    Such an AWESOME idea … especially attending digitally. I just love the idea that I can participate if I am not available on the day! Thanks so much for being at the forefront of using the internet for positive things :) … Peta

  2. Lisa

    What a great idea!

  3. Sue

    What a great idea to involve us from a distance in you’re slow art week. I would love to participate, it’s one of my favourite places to visit but just can’t get there. Cheers Sue

  4. Nardi Simpson

    Will be posting on facebook. Awesome idea!

  5. Sue

    Hi Cath,
    I’ve had a long look and a quick post. Here’s the link
    http://paintlater.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/slow-art-day-at-the-national-museum-of-australia/
    also posted on facebook.
    Thanks for a wonderful event, hopefully I won’t be late to the party next time.
    Cheers
    Sue

  6. Mia

    Hi Cath,

    I really appreciated the prompt to take part online! I’ve tweeted my impressions on the hashtag and also commented on my earlier post about slow art day online: http://openobjects.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/does-slow-art-day-work-online.html?showComment=1397305336471

    Cheers, Mia

  7. Bhavani Esapathi

    Thanks for tweeting about this amazing project, my tweets will follow shortly. I am an Indian-born UK-based contemporary art professional. I’m excited by this prospect ever since 2011 when I presented a paper to TJ Clark on his book The Sight of Death which is essentially diary of a man revisiting and reexamining works of art. You should know I work in an art gallery myself so am constantly bombarded with thoughts of how my impressions of these works are being altered as I stare at them day in and day out.

    Great job putting this out there to the digital media consequently the rest of the world!

    B