2015 Month of Photography Review Weekend

Join us Sunday, April 12, 3:30-5 pm for an Open Portfolio Walk.  View portfolios shared by more than 50 Weekend Review photographers in an open session at RedLine. Free and open to the public. 

Students enrolled in full-time studio arts coursework may apply for one day’s access to the review. Enrollment includes full access to reviewers and registered reviewees in the portfolio sharing lounge only (some spots with reviews in the main room may open up during the day). COST: $20 per day. Saturday full; Some places remain for Sunday. Call 303-837-1341 to register.

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Location: RedLine Denver, 2350 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205
Dates: Saturday April 11 – Sunday April 12, 2015
Reviewing Hours: 9am-3pm each day; portfolio walk Sunday 3:30-5pm
Welcoming reception at CPAC: Friday April 10, 6pm
COST (20 minute one-on-one sessions):
12 SESSIONS (distributed over two days): $420
8 SESSIONS (distributed over one or both days – indicate preference): $280
4 SESSIONS (one day only – indicate preference): $140.

CPAC has partnered with MoP founder Mark Sink to organize a weekend of portfolio reviews for local and national photographers during Denver’s 2015 Month of Photography (MoP). The weekend offers a platform for aspiring and advanced photographers to present their work to leading curators, gallery directors, media and advertising professionals, and other photographers.

Each reviewee will be assigned four to twelve 20 minute, one-on-one reviews. Reviewees will be able to list their preferred reviewers in advance of the weekend, and will have their choices met to the greatest degree possible.

A portfolio sharing lounge will offer opportunities for informal reviews with fellow photographers, students, and roving reviewers throughout the day. An open session portfolio walk will close the event Sunday afternoon.


Robert Anderson, Robert Anderson Gallery
David Bram, Founder and Editor, Fraction Magazine
Molly Casey, Studio Chief, Nine dot Arts
Brian Paul Clamp, Director, ClampArt, NYC
David Dadone, Director, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Caroline Docwra, Exhibitions and Programs Manager, Houston Center of Photography
Margy Dudley, Owner/Director, Open Shutter Gallery, Durango
Meghan Forse, Forse Art Consulting
Hamidah Glasgow, Director, Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins
Mardee Goff, Curator, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Tina Goodwin, Goodwin Fine Art
Cassandra Heiser, Exhibitions Coordinator, MCA Denver
Rupert Jenkins, Director, Colorado Photographic Arts Center
Georgina Kolber, Curator of Exhibitions, Mizel Museum
Adam Lerner, Chief Animator, Dept of Fabrications, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Micah Messenheimer, Curatorial Assistant, Photography, Denver Art Museum
Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography, Denver Art Museum
Collin Parson, Gallery Exhibition Manager, Arvada Center
Laura Pressley, Director, CENTER Santa Fe
Jim Robischon, Owner/Director, Robischon Gallery
Jennifer Schwartz, Founder, Crusade for Art/Flash Powder Projects
Becky Senf, Curator of Photography, joint position at Center for Creative Photography, Tucson/Phoenix Art Museum
Mark Sink, Founder and Organizer, Month of Photography Denver
Sarah LaVigne, Photo Editor, 5280 magazine
Bobbi Walker, Owner, Walker Fine Art
Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography, New Mexico Museum of Art
Melanie McWhorther, Book Division Manager, Photo-Eye
Joanna Hurley, President, HurleyMedia LLC, Santa Fe, NM

*Kevin Miller had to cancel for personal reasons

Kara Duncan, owner, Vertigo Art Space
Natascha Seideneck, educator
Richard Peterson, photographer, independent curator
Ray Rinaldi, Art Critic, Denver Post
Phillip Augustin, educator
Valerie Santerli, Rule Gallery

* Galleries and Museums not identified by location are in Denver. Additional reviewers may be added so check back!



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