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Sat., Sep. 26 | Zoom

CLICK CLUB CRITIQUE (#1) with PhotoED Magazine’s Editor /Publisher Rita Godlevskis

Seities virtual event for photographers looking to have their artwork critiqued and receive feedback from an editor/publisher.
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CLICK CLUB CRITIQUE (#1) with PhotoED Magazine’s Editor /Publisher Rita Godlevskis

Time & Location

Sep. 26, 2020, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. MDT
Zoom

About the Event

TICKETED EVENT PURCHASE HERE ON ABOVE DATE/TIME TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT. A FEW REVIEW TIMES REMAIN 

EVENT DATE: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26th, 2020 11am - 2 pm MST DEADLINE Wednesday, September 23rd 2020.

Upon confirmed registration, please visit https://www.seities.ca/critiquesubmission to submit your 12 images portfolio and questions. You may also submit via wetransfer link or to email seitiesweb@gmail.com. 

We are looking forward to providing more than just a portfolio review, but an inside look into what/how publishers look at work and how photographers can best prepare their work for submission to magazines, calls for submissions, awards, and improve their sequencing, selections and portfolios.

CRITIQUER: RITA GODLEVSKIS https://www.photoed.ca/

PhotoED Magazine’s Editor /Publisher Rita Godlevskis has more than twenty years of experience in photography based, creative media work, in Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. She has worked across multiple platforms with a diverse range of projects in her portfolio in editorial, and creative production contexts.    Professional assignments of note include photo editing for magazines such as Toronto Life, Australian Women’s Weekly, Canadian House&Home and the Toronto International Film Festival’s Festival Daily.   Work coordinating commercial entertainment projects includes, The Merlin Entertainment Group (London), Madman Entertainment and SKY Television (Auckland).  Rita has a Masters in Creative Media from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, specialising in photography, and has exhibited her work in Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

This event is part of our virtual progamming made possible in part by the Rozsa Foundation and CADA. 

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