The Omega Workshops - Post-Impressionist Living
Shootlab were asked by the CharlestonTrust to produce 5 exhibition art videos that talked about different aspects of the Post-Impressionist Living: The Omega Workshops Exhibition at Charleston in Firle, Sussex . The Omega Workshops were a design enterprise established in 1913 by painter and art critic Roger Fry and were based at 33 Fitzroy Square in Bloomsbury, London. The Omega employed many of the key avant-garde artists of the era to work on designs and artworks for peoples homes. The 5 art films were released during the exhibition run to promote the show, and were released across all social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Post-Impressionist Living: The Omega Workshops Exhibition: Charleston
EXHIBITION INTRODUCTION FILM
COLLECTIVITY AND COMMUNITY AT THE OMEGA WORKSHOPS
FEMALE ARTISTS AND COLLABORATORS AT THE OMEGA WORKSHOPS
A film about The Omega Workshops and Charleston