Online Portfolio Development Workshop with Susan Burnstine
March 28 - April 25| $600.00
Online Portfolio Development Workshop
with Susan Burnstine
5 weeks, 9:30am – 12:30pm PST
Tuesdays, March 28, April 4, April 11, April 18, April 25
$500 for members / $600 for non-members
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This workshop, designed specifically for fine art photographers, focuses on developing artists’ portfolios over a five-week period of time. Working together as a group and individually, we’ll develop the very best presentation that meets each student’s own sensibilities and target audience, such as gallerists, designers or fine art curators.
In addition to weekly critiques and editing/sequencing sessions, the class will cover individual branding, artist statements, and portfolio presentation. Each class will start with an in-depth discussion on one of the aforementioned subjects, followed by a viewing of student work, establishing desired objectives, and setting monthly goals. We will exploit the class environment by involving each student in every critique, giving all participants the opportunity to work together in a supportive and encouraging environment. Through this process, students will gain invaluable experience talking about their work before a group, and learn how to benefit from constructive criticism. Monthly assignments will be given to help students in their portfolio development process.
In more cases than not, a photographer’s portfolio is their ONLY voice when introducing themselves to potential clients. By the conclusion of this class, students will walk away with a portfolio that is consistent, individual, and something to behold and be proud of.
Susan Burnstine is an award-winning professional fine art and commercial photographer who builds homemade cameras and lenses using plastic, vintage camera parts, and random household objects. Susan is represented in galleries across the world, widely published throughout the globe and she has written for several photography magazines, including a longstanding monthly column entitled American Connection for Black & White Photography Magazine (UK). Additionally, she teaches workshops across North America and is a regular portfolio reviewer at events across the country and she frequently curates and serves on juries for exhibitions. Susan has had over 35 solo exhibits internationally, her work is held in numerous museum and private collections and she has had two award winning monographs, Within Shadows (Charta, 2011) and Absence of Being (Damiani Editore, 2016)
Tickets: CPA members must be logged in to receive the 20% discount.