Photo exhibition ready
Yesterday, Wilson Nieva, shown adjusting the lights for the photos, and I worked about 8 1/2 hours in the gallery at the Biblioteca Departamental. We first spent about an hour and a half just planning and arranging the movable walls. Wilson likes to have them different in each show. For the Siloé photo exhibit, he wanted the appearance of the Siloé lighted star seen every night from Cali. It now looks more like a maze, like Siloé where the little streets and sidewalks zig zag around. Later, we got around to deciding what photos to go where and then hanging them. Then we put the photo captions underneath each photo and adjusted the lights. It was a lot of work but it really looks nice now. Many people were in the library and were looking at the photos as we were working. Several asked me questions about the show already. Tomorrow evening will be the official opening at 6:30 p.m. I have some good friends that have donated boxes of wine already. A lot of friends are coming to the show. I’m also expecting a good sized group of people from Siloé to attend. It should be a fun evening.