BOOK NOW: Shutter Hub Surgeries with Jessica Burko October 2021

Photograph of Jessica Burko at work in her studio

© Brad Romano

Have you got a photography related question that needs answering? Or are you just looking for a bit of support and encouragement? Welcome to the Shutter Hub Surgery. Shutter Hub members can book a 20 minute time slot and ask an expert for advice, run ideas past us, or just check in for a video chat. You can be anywhere in the world and still be able to connect, just book your time slot in your members’ dashboard. 

 

We’re really pleased we are pleased to let you know that Jessica Burko, Artist, Arts Marketer and Program Manager and Curator at the Photographic Resource Center, will be holding Surgeries in October! You can book a video call appointment with Jessica on Tuesday 12 October 2021.

 

Jessica presented an incredibly insightful and inspiring talk on her journey in the arts world for us at Shutter Hub in September, and we’re really pleased to be able to offer this incredible opportunity for members to speak to her one-on-one. Jessica is a practicing artist herself, the Program Manager and Curator at the Photographic Resource Center, and an independent curator with more than thirty exhibitions produced since 2000. Jessica’s work in the arts community allows her to support artists in achieving their creative and professional goals and works with them on marketing strategies to get their work seen and sold.

 

12 October 2021 – Jessica Burko, Artist, Arts Marketer and Program Manager and Curator at the Photographic Resource Center

 

Book your time slot in your members’ dashboard. Please note, if no dates are showing in the calendar this does mean that all sessions are booked. Please email if you’d like to be added to the reserves list.

 


 

Not a Shutter Hub member yet? Join here  for opportunities to promote your work online and in exhibitions, access selected opportunities, events, seminars and workshops, meet up and share photographic experiences, and become part of our growing community…

 

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