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Theatre Lane – Round Two

Theatre Lane, Newcastle, Australia (Off Perkins Street)

The Theatre Lane (paste-up) Project
Continuing the Hunter’s leading, and most ambitious Public Art Program, Pride of Place is seeking to undertake a first in contemporary art. In collaboration with Street Art Walking (SAW), there will be a six month ‘paste-up’ project ran in Theatre Lane, Newcastle (Australia).

International, National, and local artists have submitted theatre poster inspired designs online via email and the works are hen pasted up by Project Manager, Simone Sheridan.

You can still send your entry to streetartwalking@gmail.com

Want to be part?

Help us fill Theatre Lane with more (and more) posters!

Email your work to streetartwalking@gmail.com OR contact us about delivering hand-made designs.

ENTRIES OPEN UNTIL APRIL 2012

Theatre Lane, Newcastle, Australia (Off Perkins Street)

“What are we looking for?

An original/humerous/ironic/streetart versions of the posters for plays and musicals (not movies)

E.g. cats, Oklahoma, les miserables, phantom of the opera, rent, wicked, grease, street car named desire, fame, lion king, death of a salesman, guys and dolls, mousetrap, Spiderman turn off the dark, Mary poppins, love never dies, Annie, an officer and a gentleman, Chicago Oliver, hello dolly, my fair lady, hairspray, evita, rocky horror picture show, fiddler on the roof, Jesus Christ superstar, 42nd street, we will rock you, miss Saigon, mamma mia, the sound of music……..

Or you could…

Imagine your idea is going to be made into a stage play/musical (no, not a movie) and this would be the poster promoting it!

Or any original interpretation of a theatre production poster (not a movie!).”

Theatre Lane, Newcastle, Australia (Off Perkins Street)

OVERVIEW: Paper artworks inspired by theatre posters with a focus on older styles to compliment the vinyl artwork on the Victoria Theatre. The posters are to be installed on both sides of the lane way, capturing the feel of a rich history of theatre that the area is famous for.

The following examples of theatre posters indicate the potential style and scope the project could have. The poster’s content can vary from black and white to full colour, a mix of text, images and an array of fonts. The sizes can vary from small handbill sizes, to large A1.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL PROJECT BRIEF AND MORE INFO

SEE EXAMPLE THEATRE POSTERS BELOW

MORE INFO

EMAIL SIMONE for more INFO streetartwalking@gmail.com

http://streetartwalking.wordpress.com/


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