VIRTUAL TILE EXHIBITION
02/12/16 18:16 Filed in: Tile History Videos
Pasadena Museum of History
BATCHELDER EXHIBITION! Video
Batchelder: Tilemaker – through February 12, 2017
Batchelder: Tilemaker is the first local exhibit dedicated solely to the life and work of this extraordinary artist and educator. Ernest Batchelder: Exhibit curator, Dr. Robert Winter. DETAILS!
"BATCHELDER TILES” Exhibition Video
This is the FIRST in a series of online "VIRTUAL TILE EXHIBITIONS" presented by Tile Heritage Foundation.Tiles, photography of installations and images of ephemera in the Tile Heritage Collections have multiple sources of origin. Where possible, sources are noted within the data supporting images in the ‘Virtual Exhibition.’
This Exhibition has been made possible with granted funds from Seth Sprague Educational & Charitable Foundation in support of the Foundation’s Collections and Archives, by Tile Heritage Industry Sponsors and by Tile Heritage Members and Friends.
A warm thanks to all!
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The production process was most interesting and engaging and sometimes challenging as I explored the breadth and limitations of the software for the final presentation. Technical assistance from THF volunteer, Alistair Hamilton, was invaluable. The link (below) to the Virtual Exhibition is a combination of AUTOMATIC and MANUAL advance images - with background music (currently only on Safari) . . . Firefox & Outlook - works only in manual advance with two clicks per page change. Alternately the video version has sound on all systems.
Your commentary is welcome and will assist in the development of future presentations - email@example.com
Sheila Menzies, Curator.
"Batchelder Tiles" AUTOMATIC and MANUAL advance imagery
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The first “Virtual” Tile Exhibition on the THF website displaying tiles from the Foundation’s Collections. Batchelder Tiles are the focus. Comments? Share them for posting!
Alternative view: Exhibition video version
In addition there is a PDF down-load of a six(6) page narrative that is included in the visual presentation. It is called “A Little History of Batchelder Tiles” by Ernest A. Batchelder, circa 1920s.
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