Artwork Review

Workshop Date:January 22

When: Tuesday, 1-3pm

Sessions: 1

Price: $15

Teaching Artist: Robert Henry

*This was a Spring 2019 course. Please see our current and upcoming workshops to register for a workshop course.

The review is an evening meeting for student, aspiring, and established artists to have their work constructively evaluated by a facilitating professional artist or expert in the visual arts.

Each session begins with a short informal presentation by the facilitator so participants can become acquainted with his or her background and working style. You should bring in at least two works or one original and a number of digital images for the review leader to constructively evaluate, offer feedback, and suggestions for expansion. Review participants will also gain insightful feedback while listening to the other participants’ review period.

If time allows, the session ends with a group discussion around potential exercises, ways to continue moving forward, ideas about how to rework a piece, etc.

Of these sessions, one participant wrote “I am forced into a 20 min plus in-depth conversation about my art. Having to answer questions, and generally talk about my process and ideas, seems to clarify things in my mind and cause me to realize which is important and unimportant, where the art is coming from and what direction I might go in. It just makes me think more clearly about it all and I find that the conversations inform how I approach my work over the following weeks.

Past reviewers have included Megan Hinton, Mike Carroll, Heather Blume, Zehra Kahn, Andre van der Wende, and Debbie Nadolney. We seek a variety of facilitators who are visual artists in a wide array of mediums as well as gallerists and art critics.

Please sign up in advance to ensure a spot in the review, but walk-ins are welcome if we have the space!

Robert Henry's numerous one-person exhibitions include the Cortland Jessup Gallery and Barbara Inger Gallery in New York, the Janus Avivson Gallery in London, and the Berta Walker Gallery in Provincetown.

His work hangs in the permanent collections of Kresge Museum, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, the Cape Cod Museum of Art, New Britain Museum of American Art, Newberger Museum, and many others. He is Professor Emeritus at Brooklyn College. He was a student of Hans Hofmann from 1952-54.