Gallerist, artist and art educator Amy Worth (The South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY) and professional photographer and educator John Stefanik (Sag Harbor) will be reviewing a limited number of artist portfolios for this special event.
ONLY 11 SPOTS AVAILABLE WITH AMY WORTH and ONLY 11 SPOTS AVAILABLE WITH JOHN STEFANIK
Bring in well lit and representative photographs of your best work, and the reviewer will share their insights from both an academic and professional perspective. They will offer thoughts about your areas of strength and suggest techniques to make improvements in your work. They will share ideas about the challenges of marketing art in galleries and on the web. This portfolio review is for artists ready to take the next step toward a professional career in art.
Artists must register in advance for a designated portfolio review appointment time with one of the reviewers.
All registered artists must arrive 15 minutes prior to confirmed appointment time or they will forfeit their appointment.
Each artist is required to bring well lit and representative photographs of their art – no actual pieces of artwork.
Each artist will receive approximately 15 – 18 minutes one on one with the reviewer.
Only 22 spots available. Don’t miss this opportunity – appointments will book up quickly so reserve as soon as possible. Advanced registration is required.
Fee: $20 for EEA members / $35 for non-members
More information about the reviewers:
Amy Worth is co-owner of The South Street Gallery in Greenport, NY. Her career in art, spanning over forty years, began in the fashion and textile industry. The South Street Gallery represents over twenty artists and hosts group show, events classes and workshops.
John Stefanik has taught photography at Suffolk County Community College for over 25 years, where he has taught at all levels, 2D Design, Drawing, and The History of Photography. His photographs have been exhibited extensively throughout Long Island, including Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts in Roslyn, The Long Island Museum in Stony Brook, the Islip Art Museum, The Lyceum Galley at SCCC in Riverhead and East End Arts. Mr. Stefanik is a recipient of the Robert Raushenberg Fund for Young Artist in 1988.