Join Konrad Eek for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing options for where to exhibit, part of Planning and Staging an Exhibition.
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…Now that you've established that you want to exhibit your photographs.…The next step is to find a venue that will let you exhibit your photographs.…If you've been concentrating on your skills as a photographer,…you should have improved your powers of observation.…Think about the areas in your city,…in your home town, where you see rotating exhibitions of art.…It could be a local restaurant or cafe.…Maybe the bank has a rotating exhibit.…Sometimes the library will have art on display.…Once you have found a place that you want to approach, all you've gotta do is ask.…
Think about the fact that sharing your work is a mutually beneficial thing.…The business that shows your work is showing support of…the local arts community.…And your helping decorate and…hopefully beautify what ever venue you have to show your work in.…The way to go about it, is first when you go into the place,…any place of business will have some sort of receptionist.…Be it a hostess at a restaurant,…the customer service representative at a bank, approach them and ask.…
Next, Konrad takes a selection of images to an exhibition space in Oklahoma City. There he shows how to sequence selections for maximum impact and hang them at the right height and distance apart. The course concludes with tips on other methods of self-promotion available to photographers.