PHOTO GALLERY: Preparing for the True/False Film Festival
Thursday, February 24, 2011 | 9:46 p.m. CST;
updated 3:23 p.m. CST, Saturday, February 26, 2011
Camellia Cosgray examines a panel from a 14-piece artwork installation Thursday at the True/False warehouse below American Auto Parts on Business Loop 70. Each of the panels are backlit by LED lights to create a stained glass effect.
COLUMBIA — Below American Auto Parts on Business Loop 70 lies the True/False warehouse where Sabrina Braden, design coordinator, and her team of artists create much of the artwork used to decorate the venues of the True/False Film Festival.
Models of crashed planes, papier-mache buffaloes, piles of sawdust and art supplies litter the warehouse floor. The artists can spend as much as five days working on a single art piece to make sure the festival looks dazzling when it begins March 3.
Below American Auto Parts on Business Loop 70 lies the self-described True/False lab, nicknamed after "Pan's Labyrinth." This is where artwork, like this mid-section of a crashed-plane installation, used to decorate the many True/False venues is created and stored.
Sabrina Braden and Josh Anger hoist up the mid-section of a crashed plane installation Thursday at the True/False warehouse below American Auto Parts on Business Loop 70. The completed piece will have three sections, complete with wings and a tail.
Lisa Suits works on a section of an installation art piece which will eventually form a map of the globe on Thursday in the True/False warehouse below American Auto Parts on Business Loop 70. Just one panel can take up to five days to complete. The finished installation will be featured in The Globe Theater at the First Presbyterian Church on Hitt Street.
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