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Curating a Show
Frances Jakubek, Griffin Museum of Photography
Sunday, February 7th 2016, 1:30 PM
Woman's Club Workshop, 72 Columbus St, Newton Highland MA 02461
Frances Jakubek, of the Griffin Museum of Photography, will be highlighting aspects of curating a photographic exhibition at PHSNE's meeting in February. Her presentation will cover topics such as best submission practices for group shows and juried exhibitions.
The importance of sequencing and editing a body of work will be discussed, and she will go over tools to streamline the process and to organize photographs. With emphasis on portfolio reviews, the talk will include available show opportunities for photographers and proper ways to introduce your work to curators and galleries.
Jakubek is the Associate Director and Associate Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. The Griffin Museum hosts over sixty exhibitions per year and she is responsible for communication with the artists and the installation of each show. She was a recent panelist for the Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowships, judge for the Plymouth Guild photography exhibition, speaker at the Bedford Center for the Arts and guest curator for a new venue called "The Curated Fridge."
Her website notes that, "Frances Jakubek is a visual artist exploring photographic media to understand an ever-changing visual language. She graduated from The New England Institute of Art with a Bachelor's Degree of Science focusing in photography and education" (francesjakubek.com). Visit the website for more information about the speaker and for examples of her work.
~From February snap shots
Notable items from dealers' and members' collections shown below...