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Rebecca Thomson volunteers as the TAE Official blogger and attended the 2017 TAE in Stratford
upon Avon where she helped live tweet the event.  In writing the blog posts Rebecca hopes to keep the amazing TAE community connected throughout the year by sharing the stories and experiences of artists, buyers, charities and the organisers.

Everybody loves hearing about the artists so there will be Artists Interviews; we’ll also hear from the buyers of the postcards and what the artwork means to them. Blogs with TAE news updates and stories from the recipient Charities will remind and uplift us of the huge amount of good that Twitter Art Exhibit achieves. Rebecca hopes that her small contribution will help keep people talking and supporting this fantastic exhibition.

You can discover more about Rebecca and her art work by reading his profile on our staff page.



Adam Brant volunteers as a TAE Official Blogger and has donated an art postcard to each of the TAE’s to date. His volunteering role involves helping to create content for the TAE blog and newsletter. Adam hopes his contribution will help to inspire people to continue supporting the exhibition.

Adam will be aiming to help TAE supporters get to know some of the fantastic people who enable the exhibition to happen each year, feel better connected with the growing TAE community, and discover more about the different people the exhibition has helped. He’ll be sharing stories from artists, curators, board members and buyers, along with updates from the charities who have benefited from the support of the TAE.

You can discover more about Adam and his art work by reading his profile on our staff page.

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Meet the TAE artists – Ruth Gray

Discover what first inspired Ruth to take part in the TAE, and why she feels all other artists can benefit from taking part. For this post Adam Brant interviews Ruth Gray about her art work and learns how a creative family, fashion design and Australia all led to her...

On your marks – counting down to TAE18

In the lead-up to TAE18 we chat to curator Kylie Fogarty about preparations for the 2018 Twitter Art Exhibition, and discover a little more about how the Pegasus Riding for the Disabled of the ACT Inc. charity will benefit from your donations. Getting excited for...

Meet the TAE artists – Janine Baldwin

Janine hopes her entry for the 2018 Twitter Art Exhibit entry will inspire you to appreciate the natural environment (as well as part with your cash to support Pegasus Riding for the Disabled). In this post Adam Brant (@brantus on Twitter) chats to Janine Baldwin, an...

Meet the TAE artists – Mel Langton

Will we see a feisty female character at TAE18? Read our interview with artist Mel Langton to discover why she loves taking part in the Twitter Art Exhibit, and what she’s planning for her next entry. In this post Adam Brant (@brantus on Twitter) chats to TAE artist...

Meet the TAE artists – Karin Bruckner

How taking part in the Twitter Art Exhibit to help other people has also helped Karin Bruckner as an artist. Our ‘meet the Twitter Art Exhibit (TAE) artists’ series of blog posts is an opportunity for you to discover more about the artists behind the TAE. All artists...