13th Annual | photoalliance PORTFOLIO REVIEW March 15-17, 2019
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN ! -
A great opportunity to show your photographs to professionals who publish, exhibit, write and teach. Get new ideas, make connections, and find opportunities.
This event brings together top photography editors, publishers, curators, gallerists, and educators representing small, mid-sized, and major venues from around the U.S. and abroad to meet with engaged photographers, review their portfolios, encourage their careers and exchange opportunities.
ABOUT THE REGISTRATION PROCESS:
Registrations accepted on a first-come basis. Apply early to secure your space.
During the weekend of March 15-17, 2019, photographers will each have ten, twenty-minute sessions with reviewers of their choice over the course of two days, with ample opportunity for further networking.
Review fee is $695.00 for 10 review sessions. Initial fee upon registration is $95.00 with the remaining $600.00 due by February 1st, 2019. Payment plans are also available.
To assure a high-quality experience, we limit the number of participants and while there is no screening of work required, we do ask as part of your registration process to upload representative image samples of your work and provide some general information about yourself. These materials are used by all the reviewers as a reference and help consolidate information we use to administer the event.
We have an alliance with LensCulture, a site that shares our goals of supporting contemporary photography throughout the world. They have provided their entry tool to us for registrations. The Login is posted below. Click the button to create an account and upload your application materials.
To Register go here:
(please note: the form that LensCulture uses is a standard one they have for their online competitions- It is very useful for gathering information and images, but please disregard the wording you may encounter when on the page like ‘competition’ and ‘winners will be announced’).
ABOUT THE LOCATION:
The review is held at the San Francisco Art Institute, a wonderful venue in the heart of North Beach near Fisherman's Wharf, cafés and the historic waterfront.
Email or call with questions: email@example.com / 415.425-5608.
Below is a current list of reviewers for 2019.
Shimon Attie, Artist, New York, NY
Robert Aufuldish, Book Designer, Aufuldish & Warinner & Professor, CCA, San Francisco, CA
Zemie Barr, Exhibitions Manager, Blue Sky Gallery and Co-director Wolff Gallery, Portland, OR
Debra Bloomfield, Photographer & Educator, San Francisco, CA
Kai Caemmerer, Curator of Photography Exhibitions San Francisco Airport Museums, SF, CA
Alessandra Capodacqua, Photographer, Curator, and Instructor at NYU Florence, Florence, Italy
Linda Connor, Photographer & Educator, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
Alyssa Coppelman, Independent Photo Editor, Oakland, CA
Elizabeth Corden, Owner, Corden Potts Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Janet Delaney, Photographer & Educator, San Francisco, CA
Seth Dickerman, Owner, Dickerman Prints, San Francisco, CA
Taj Forer, Cofounder, Daylight Books, Brooklyn, NY.
Nicole Frugé, SF Chronicle Director of Photography, San Francisco, CA
Genevieve Fussell, Senior Photo Editor, The New Yorker, New York, NY
Erika Gentry, Artist, Educator, City College of San Francisco & SF Camerawork Board Member
Lonnie Graham, Artist & Educator, Penn State School of Visual Arts, PA
Allie Haeusslein, Associate Director, Pier 24 Photography, San Francisco, CA
Michael Itkoff, Cofounder, Daylight Books, Brooklyn, NY.
Ann Jastrab, Independent Curator and Writer, All About Photo, San Francisco, CA
Karen Jenkins-Johnson, Founder, Owner, Director, Jenkins-Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Lauren Joseph , Associate Photography Editor, Wired Magazine
Anne Kelly, Director, PhotoEye Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Dennis Kiel, Director, Dishman Art Museum, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas
Ken Light, Director, Center for Photography and Reva and David Logan Professor of Photojournalism, U.C. Berkeley
Christopher McCall, Director, Pier 24 Photography, San Francisco, CA
Laura Moya, Executive Director, Photolucida, Portland, OR
Mark Murrmann, Mother Jones, San Francisco, CA
Scott Nichols, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Terry Novak, Associate Director Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA
Ted Orland, Artist, Educator, Author, Santa Cruz, CA
Darcy Padilla, Photographer & Educator, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
John J Priola, Artist & Educator, San Francisco, CA
Norma I. Quintana, Photographer & Educator, Napa,CA
Kirsten Rian, Photography Curator and non-profit Arts Consultant, Portland, OR
Heather Snider, Director, San Francisco Camerawork,San Francisco, CA
Meg Shiffler, Director, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Ada Takahashi, Principal, Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Brian Taylor, Director, Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA
Anne Veh, Art Consultant & Independent Curator, San Francisco
Lewis Watts, Photographer and Emeriti Educator, UC Santa Cruz, CA
Steve Woodall, Collections Specialist, Achenbach Foundation, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
All images © PhotoAlliance- Photos are from previous portfolio reviews