Printable Label format for Exhibition.
Creating a printable label format for an exhibition is a crucial part of providing information about the artworks on display. Here's a basic template you can use as a starting point:
[Title of Exhibition] [Date of Exhibition] [Gallery Name/Location]
Repeat the above format for each artwork in your exhibition. You can adjust the font style, size, and layout to match the overall design of your exhibition. Including a QR code linked to a webpage with more detailed information about each artwork can also be a modern and interactive touch.
When creating the labels, make sure to print them on high-quality, durable paper or cardstock. The labels should be easily readable from a short distance, and you may want to consider laminating them for protection against handling and potential spills. Additionally, be sure to place the labels next to or below the respective artworks to help visitors identify and learn more about each piece.
The content and design of the labels will depend on your specific exhibition and artistic style. You may also want to consult with the venue or gallery where your exhibition is taking place, as they might have specific guidelines or templates for exhibition labels.
Below is the template I personally use. It can be useful for exhibitions and art shows. When using A4 size paper, 4 labels can be printed on one side.
Myungja Anna Koh