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Presenting and Sustaining Yourself as an Artist

with Frances Jakubek

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Join image-maker, independent curator, and artist consultant Frances Jaukbek for this interactive webinar to discuss best practices for presenting yourself and your artwork to audiences. Learn how to tailor the way you communicate about your work across different formats, from artist statements and exhibition proposals, to resumes and online platforms.


Topics will include:

  • The differences between artist statements and project statements

  • How to write an exhibition proposal

  • What to include in your artist bio and resume/CV

  • How to curate your work for a website/online portfolio

  • Best practices for social media and marketing

Image: add|mix|fold installation, photographs by Nancy Richards Farese

Frances Jakubek is an image-maker, independent curator, and consultant for artists. She is the co-founder of A Yellow Rose Project, past Director of the Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York City, and past Associate Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts.


Recent curatorial appointments include Potential Space: A Serious Look at Child’s Play featuring works by Nancy Richards Farese; Critical Mass, Portland, Oregon; Filter Photo, Chicago; The Griffin Museum of Photography; British Journal of Photography; Les Rencontres d’Arles, France; Save Art Space, Los Angeles; and Photo District News.


Jakubek has been a panelist for the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Photography fellowships, speaker for SPE National and Colorado Photographic Arts Center, and lecturer for the School of Visual Arts, University of New Mexico, and Washington and Lee University. She has taught workshops for the Cambridge Art Association, Maine Media, and the University of Iowa and serves as an advisor to the Rhode Island School of Design and Clark University program.

Date: January 17th, 2024

Time: 6:00 – 7:30 PM CT

A la Carte Pricing: $65 for Non-Members | $50 for Members | $35 for Students

Series Pricing: $250 for Non-Members | $175 for Members | $125 for Students

Location: Online via Zoom

You can register for an individual session or register for the entire series at a discounted rate. 

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