FREE ART PORTFOLIO REVIEW EVENT
Sunday, Dec. 11, 12-4pm
For artists of all ages!
Bring your artwork and several free reviews from the ART PROF staff. Great opportunity to get feedback from trusted professionals all in one day! Wonderful chance for high school students working on a portfolio for college admission and for artists working on a body of work. This event is free, but advance registration is required.
Please bring 5-8 artworks in any media. We prefer to see actual artwork, but we can also view artwork on laptops/tablets.
You can register for a maximum of 5 slots with 5 different reviewers in advance.
Please do not register for more than 1 slot with the same reviewer, all slots you sign up for must be with different reviewers. Every participant must register themselves with their own email address. Please do not register for more than 1 person using the same email address.
You are welcome to show up the day of the event without registering in advance, however, we cannot guarantee that you will receive a review. If you are not present at your slot time, your slot will be given to someone else.
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Hear what our past event participants had to say!
“I found our review very helpful in fine-tuning the direction with my work.”
“Your team was amazing! I feel blessed to have been part of this day.”
“Both portfolio reviewers I talked to were encouraging and helpful.”
Clara Lieu is an Adjunct Professor at RISD, a Partner at Art Prof, and a fine artist who works in drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. She wrote Ask the Art Prof, an advice column for visual artists for the Huffington Post for 3 years, and hosted a weekly live video broadcast of the column on her Facebook page. Watch her portfolio critiques here, her Crit Quickies here, and see her charcoal drawing tutorial here.
Alex Rowe is a freelance illustrator and a Teaching Assistant at Art Prof. Alex does design work for nonprofit companies. He is currently writing and illustrating a children’s book project. Listen to several of Alex’s critiques here.
Deepti Menon is an independent filmmaker, an animator, and a Teaching Assistant at Art Prof. She has worked with Nickelodeon’s international on-air promotional team as a motion graphic artist. Recently, her independent work has been shown in North America and is scheduled to be shown in India this fall. Listen to one of Deepti’s critiques here.
Casey Roonan is freelance illustrator, a cartoonist, and a Teaching Assistant at Art Prof. Casey does editorial illustrations for the blog Narratively, and other clients. He writes and edit an anthology-format comic book called Ciambella with Mike Karpiel. Listen to some of Casey’s critiques here.
Lauryn Welch is a painter, a performance artist, and a Teaching Assistant at Art Prof. She currently teaches at the Peterborough Art Academy. Her artwork was featured on the cover of Art New England, and was recently shown in “Portraits, Expanded” at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center. Listen to Lauryn’s critiques here.
ART PROF is a free, online educational platform for visual arts for people of all ages to learn visual arts in a vibrant art community. Imagine all of the resources here on our blog, except exponentially bigger, in greater quantity, and in more detail. Our Kickstarter campaign hit its $30k goal on July 19! Stay tuned for our future launch.