Workshop “CV and portfolio for artists” in Arkhangelsk

September 17–18, Arkhangelsk Center for Contemporary Art

On September 17–18 I gave a lecture and held a workshop “Shortening the distance: CV and portfolio for artists” at the invitation of the ARKA center in Arkhangelsk. 

At the lecture, together with the participants, we analyzed the key principles and strategies for compiling a CV and an artist portfolio. I shared recommendations for the design and adaptation for different cases. Based on my own experience, I talked about how to develop the habits and motivation to work with these formats regularly. The workshop was built in the mode of speed consultations and discussion of the portfolio and CV of each of the participants.

Photo: Grisha Anshukov

Workshop “CV and portfolio for artists” in Arkhangelsk. Anastasia Bogomolova | Artist
Workshop “CV and portfolio for artists” in Arkhangelsk. Anastasia Bogomolova | Artist
Workshop “CV and portfolio for artists” in Arkhangelsk. Anastasia Bogomolova | Artist

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