A free panel discussion on June 7th at the Flash Forward Festival Boston.

Jim and Cary will be members of a panel addressing the most frequently asked questions by photographers today, “How can I get my work seen?” and “How can I get my work into galleries and collections?”

The panel is free to the public and part of the 3-day photography event Flash Forward Festival Boston.

Information on the panel and other Flash Forward Festival Boston events and exhibitions is here.

The Secrets to Getting Your Work Seen and Exhibited
Flash Forward Festival Boston
June 7, 2012
4–6 PM
Fairmont Battery Wharf, Boston
Moderator: Jim Fitts
Panelists: Dina Deutsch, Jason Landry, and Cary Wolinsky

The panel – comprised of Curator of Contemporary Art at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Dina Deitsch, Panopticon Gallery owner Jason Landry, world renowned editorial and fine arts photographer Cary Wolinsky, and prominent photography collector and curator Jim Fitts – will provide emerging and established photographers with the best practices to use in getting their work seen and exhibited.

Topics will include; how to prepare for a portfolio review; the value of online galleries such as Tumblr, Facebook, and LinkedIn; participating in competitions and charity auctions, and attending national photo festivals.

This is a very rare opportunity for photographers to hear firsthand how galleries, collectors, and curators review and select work for exhibition.