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A limited number of Portfolio Review spots is still available. Register today to guarantee a spot!
The cost is only $300 and you will get 25 minutes with four reviewers, and a free lunch during which you will be able to meet with all the reviewers, review participants and organizers. $300 also includes invitation to the opening reception of the Ten Year Retrospective SlowExposures Exhibit, and a Soirée.
To register go to SlowExposures.org and click on Portfolio Review.
One of our nine reviewers is Kevin Miller. He is the Director of the Southeast Museum of Photography; a public museum located at Daytona State College, in Daytona Beach, Florida. The museum is one of the largest exclusively photographic institutions in the US. It presents 15 public exhibitions each year including single artist, thematic, vintage, retrospective, and genre themes. The museum maintains a significant permanent collection with strengths in general photographic history, documentary photography and contemporary photography.
Prior to becoming the museum director in 2001 Kevin Miller was the Department Chair of Visual Arts at Daytona State College. Previously he served on the photography faculty of Southern Illinois University. He holds graduate qualifications from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia, and an MFA from Southern Illinois University, with major studies in Photographic History and Theory, Art History and Museum Studies. He waspreviously head of the photography program at Charles Sturt University in Australia. Prior to commencing his academic career, he was a freelance fine art and commercial photographer.
Our other reviewers include: Elizabeth Biondi (Former Photography Editor of New Yorker and Stern) Jamie Allen (Assistant Curator of Photographs at George Eastman House), Silvia Plachy (Photographer, former Staff Photographer and Editor at the Village Voice, regular New Yorker Contributor), John Bennette (Photography Collector, Critic and Curator), Debbie Fleming Caffery (Photographer and Author), Forest McMullin (Photography Professor of the Savannah College of Art and Design), and Birney Imes (Fine Art Photographer and Author).