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Just about!

We're putting the final touches on the exhibition and preparing for the opening night party... it's looking good! If you've reserved your ticket for the party, then we'll see you from 7pm - 11pm. If you haven't arranged for a ticket, we're sorry, but the party is full. You can come see the show on Saturday when it opens to the public. (11am - 5pm, Sunday noon to 4pm)

Check out today's Swerve and yesterday's FFWD for really great articles. 

We'll be uploading photos of the show and party as soon as we can. The full website with all the images will launch this weekend at some point.


Look at my quality!


First Thursday

The opening party is one week away! (If you haven't already reserved your tickets, sorry, we've reached capacity!)

We didn't want to have blank walls for the June First Thursday event at Art Central, so Captain Kirk (and Spock) were nice enough to oblige. The silkscreened posters are by Nick Dewar. 


2.5 tonnes of Shatner

The books have arrived!


TV appearance

Jackie Bagley and I were on the local news this week (link will download a quicktime movie).

The gallery's a mess for the next while - I'm repainting the walls, moving furniture, installing new features, adding lighting... so much to do! 


The Brothers Karamazov


The movie "The Brothers Karamazov" is based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. William Shatner played one of the brothers, a monk, Alexi Karamazov, in 1958.


Breakfast with Shatner


He's just a regular guy.

Folks in Canada and the UK will be familiar with Shatner as the All-Bran spokesman, telling us all to "Make Fibre our Friend." The British have taken it to the next level

Star Trek legend William Shatner is set to take Kellogg's All-Bran where no cereal has gone before by moving in with a UK family for two weeks to kick off a new cereal challenge.

TV star Shatner - known to millions as Captain Kirk - has signed up as the face of the Kellogg's All-Bran Feel Great in a Fortnight Challenge, a major campaign to highlight the benefits of fibre which invites consumers to start each day with a bowl from the Kellogg's All-Bran range every day for two weeks and see if they can feel the difference.

More than a million people are expected to take part in the Kellogg's All-Bran Feel Great in a Fortnight Challenge and Shatner will be moving in with a UK family to convince them to take the challenge and reap the benefits in a series of humorous TV ads to be screened from September 13 for four weeks.

Kellogg's marketing director Kevin Brennan said: "It certainly is a challenge for the family who have to share their lives with William Shatner for two weeks but I'm sure they'll feel the benefits of a high fibre cereal. A staggering 80% of people in the UK don't have enough fibre in their diet and this can lead to feeling tired and sluggish."


There's a well-designed website and All-Bran campaign which was a collaborative effort between Kellogg's, Leo Burnett and Philosophy Factory.


If you go to You Tube and search All-Bran, you will be amazed with the number of videos. What a bizarre phenomenom. 

To boldly go. Thanks to a cereal.


Shatner at high speed

Thanks to Shatner artist Nick Dewar for sending the link!

Ketchup, too?


Via Robot Johnny's flickr site. 


The Commodore


The cutting edge of technology: Commodore computers. Now with rainbows.


See the TV commercials on You Tube. 

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