Session 3 1:30-2:30Pm
Gain a better understanding of and insight into the fundamentals and principles that should guide good judging of visual art in any medium. In this unique session, we’ll take a closer look at what constitutes good — and bad – judging. (After all, good artists do not necessarily make good judges.)
CCAC Master Artist Bob Singer has judged exhibitions and competitions from Florida to Canada for over thirty years. He is a Juried Master Artist and fine art photography instructor at Cape Cod Art Center whose popular workshops on judging and critiquing have helped participants from across New England refine their skill in “the judge’s seat.”
Bob’s traditional and contemporary images hang in homes and offices across the United States, Canada and Europe. His work has appeared at the Cahoon Museum of Art, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Audubon Long Pasture and Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuaries, and in galleries including Creative Hands, Osterville Fine Art, Soho Arts, Samuell-Day, Abbacino Galleria, Cape Cod Art Center, and Venice Art Center. Bob’s images and articles on digital photography have appeared in and on the covers of national publications, in advertising, annual reports, brochures, video productions and online., His work has earned hundreds of acceptances and awards in international salons and top awards in the CCAC All Cape Cod, All New England, and National exhibitions. Bob founded four New England camera clubs, Cape Cod’s highly successful series of spring seminars featuring world class photographers, and is co-created Cape Cod’s large annual fall Click photography conference.