The most important thing I learned from this experience was to prepare the technology ahead of time when possible. One of the tasks I had was to burn a DVD of one of the video projects. Initially it seemed like an easy task, but as it turned out, there were a lot of complications. We had two computers on us and one of them didn't have a working disk drive and the other didn't have a proper disc burning program. In the end we had to download a program that would burn the DVD. Also the DVD player we had was jamming so none of the DVDs worked. It took a lot of shaking and banging to get it to play correctly.
Despite some technological difficulties, I really enjoyed setting up the gallery. It's rewarding to start out in an empty room and slowly watch it come to life as more and more art fills the voids.