…. and for those not in our area (or unable to attend classes) the Griffin offers an interactive online class re portfolio development and marketing your work with former Atelier instructor and gallerist Karen Davis.
Portfolio Development and Marketing Your Work With Karen Davis
This interactive online course will provide you with guidance in a supportive environment as you develop your fine art photography portfolio and create essential documents and materials to prepare you to market and exhibit your work.
Presentations, exercises and instructor-led, group critiques will help you refine your ideas, create strong images and edit and sequence your work for presentation. In a similar way, we will workshop key documents that are part of a complete marketing package: your well-written artist statement, bio and resume.
Personal websites, social media, supplemental support materials and networking, are reviewed. We will discuss approaches and opportunities for marketing your work. Extensive resource lists of are provided. Please note: This class assumes that you have a series of photographs or are working on a series with the intent of creating a portfolio. You can expect to devote 3-4 hours per week on assignments that are designed to assure that you have a ready-to-use marketing package by the completion of this class.
About the Instructor, Karen Davis
Karen Davis of Hudson NY is a teacher, gallerist and photographer. For over 15 years she taught Photography Atelier, a portfolio development course and Marketing for Fine Art Photographers in the Boston area at Radcliffe Institute, Lesley University and, most recently at the Griffin Museum of Photography.
Karen is co-owner and curator of Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson NY, exhibiting photography, mixed media and photobooks of emerging, mid-career and established artists. She has been an invited reviewer of portfolios for the Griffin/CAA Portfolio Reviews, Photolucida in Portland OR, FotoFest in Houston TX and Critical Mass (online/Photolucida).
Her photographs are in the collections of the Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, the Lishui Museum of Photography (China) and the Houghton Rare Books Library, Harvard University and can be seen at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA).
5 – 2.5 hour online live sessions
Maximum of 8 students only
6pm-8:30pm (Eastern Time)
Class will meet: July 11, 18, 25, August 1, 8