Portfolio Review Day

Portfolio Review Day

Saturday, February 1, 2014  \ 10 am–3:30 pm

Danforth Art’s Portfolio Reviews give artists in all media a chance to meet one-on-one with experienced art professionals to discuss work in their portfolios and consider what steps they can take to advance their careers. Artists might seek advice in exploring new markets, improving and selling their art, and making connections with museums, gallerists, and art media.

Portfolio Review Day is presented as part of Danforth Art’s Professional Artists Series, expert classes designed to help push professional art careers to the next level.

Sign up now to meet with your first-choice of reviewers. Spaces are very limited.


$65/per 20-minute session (Members $50)
To speak to more than one reviewer, you must sign-up for multiple sessions.
Call 508.620.0937 to register today.

Morning: 10am, 10:30am, 11am, 11:30am, 12pm
Afternoon: 1:30pm, 2pm, 2:30pm, 3pm

All participants are asked to provide a short resume,
an artist statement and a link to their website (if available)
by January 22 to school@www.danforthart.org.

Portfolio Reviewers

Adam Adelson is director of Adelson Galleries Boston. Adelson grew up in a family of collectors and gallerists and now operates his own modern art gallery in Boston’s South End.

Richard Baiano is president and co-owner of Boston’s Childs Gallery, which holds one of the largest inventories of original art in the United States. Richard has a master’s degree in architecture from Syracuse University.

Arthur Dion is co-director of Gallery NAGA, on Boston’s Newbury Street. Open since 1977, the gallery specializes in works by contemporary artists of Boston and New England. SESSION FULL – wait list only.

Dan Elias is executive director of the New Art Center in Newton, Mass., and was formerly director of grants administration at the Peabody Essex Museum. Dan holds a master’s degree in museum studies from Harvard University Extension Division.

Katherine French is executive director of Danforth Art and formerly gallery director of Montserrat Gallery of Art. In 2007, she received an award for curatorial excellence from the New England chapter of the International Association of Art Critics. In 2010, she was named Best Curator of Locally Made Art at the New England Art Awards. SESSION FULL – wait list only.

Neal Rantoul is a career artist who has had over 60 one-person exhibits. He retired after 30 years as head of the photography program at Northeastern University in Boston. Previously he taught at Harvard University.

Jessica Roscio is assistant curator at Danforth Art. She oversees the annual juried exhibition Off the Wall and had curated exhibitions of work by Barbara Swan, Neal Rantoul and Lisa Kessler. She holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from Boston University.

Mary Tinti is associate curator at the Fitchburg Museum. Mary was formerly with the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. She holds a Ph.D. in modern and contemporary art from Rutgers University.

Paula Tognarelli is the executive director and curator at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Mass. Paula produces more than 60 exhibits a year for the Griffin’s three museum galleries, plus its four satellites.

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