Saturday, March 3, 2018, 2-5pm
Express Newark Lecture Hall, 54 Halsey Street, 2nd Floor, Newark NJ 07102
Sign up for a review here: http://bit.ly/2018PortfolioReview
The portfolio review session provides artists with an opportunity to get feedback on their work from industry professionals. Feedback may relate to aesthetics or general advice about career management. Reviewers include David Xu Borgonjon, Jasmin Hernandes, Roddy Schrock, and Wendy Vogel.
Each session is 25 minutes. Artists are required to bring in their work on their own laptop, iPad or other portable electronic device. We will provide access to power outlets if needed to charge the devices.
There is a limited number of time slots and they are assigned on a first come, first served basis. The first review is free; if you would like to sign up for a second review, the fee is $20 cash on the day of the event.
David Xu Borgonjon is a writer and curator. He works on the economic imagination in contemporary art and 20th century literature. Based in New York, he teaches curating at RISD and is completing a Ph.D. at Columbia University. http://www.davidborgonjon.com
Jasmin Hernandez is a native New Yorker with a deep passion for visual culture and a rich background in fashion, photo shoot production, and arts writing. Ms. Hernandez’s editorial career started at Vanity Fair as a fashion assistant, traveling the globe and shooting alongside Annie Leibovitz, Arthur Elgort, and Patrick Demarchelier. She continued as a photo editor + producer for outlets such as The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, American Media, and The New York Post. As a savvy producer she has spearheaded shows + presentations for leading designers during NYFW, in addition to special events for cultural clients such as Visionaire and MoMA/PS1. Recently she served as a photo agent representing top photographers in the arenas of fashion, beauty, and entertainment. Hernandez is the founder of Gallery Gurls, profiling female artists and women in the arts working in New York City and beyond. Her writing on art & culture has been published in Elle, Lenny Letter, CULTURED, Vice, Konbini, etc. She lives and works in New York City and holds a BBA in Design Management from Parsons The New School for Design. http://www.jasminhernandez.com
Roddy Schrock is Director of Eyebeam in New York City, an institution dedicated to supporting art that critically engages with technology. Schrock manages the functional capacities of the organization’s direct artist support and guides its focus on supporting work that aims to realign societal relationships to emergent technologies. In addition, he has been an active practitioner in digital and sound art, having performed and presented in Japan, Europe, South America, and throughout the United States. He received an MFA from Mills College, as well as a certificate in Sonology from the Royal Conservatory of the Hague. His essays have been published by MIT Press, and he writes regularly for online publications, such as Hyperallergic and Huffington Post. He has previously written for New Music Box, Fucking Good Art, and e/i Magazine. As a sound artist, Schrock has been commissioned by Meet the Composer, the American Music Center, The Netherlands America Foundation, and Ostrava New Music Days, among others. He has taught at the Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music (STEIM) (Amsterdam), California College of the Arts, and New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. He sits on the board of the Netherlands America Foundation Cultural Commission and the advisory board of curatious.com. http://roddyschrock.com
Wendy Vogel is a writer and curator based in Brooklyn, New York. She received her Master’s degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, and was a Critical Fellow in the Core Program residency at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. A former editor at Flash Art International, Modern Painters and Art in America, she has written for Artforum.com, art-agenda, Art Review, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail,
frieze, Kaleidoscope, Mousse and The New York Times, among other publications. Working closely with the artist Peter Halley, she edited a history of the downtown alternative-arts publication index magazine (index A to Z: art, design, fashion, film and music in the indie era, Rizzoli, 2014). She has organized or co-organized curatorial projects at venues including the Hessel Museum at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY; Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems, Germany; The Kitchen, New York; Abrons Arts Center, New York; VOLTA NY; and Baxter Street Camera Club of New York. Her research interests include legacies of feminist and identity-based practice, as well as the performative and ethical questions around contemporary art production and criticism.
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