W H A T

WIP Critique

All Creatives Welcome

W H E R E

Denver Drums & Music

420 Broadway, Denver CO, 80203

W H E N

Wednesday
March 27th, 2018

6:30 - 9:00 PM

 

WORK IN PROGRESS CRITIQUE

We believe critiques are a great resource for: incubating ideas, developing working concepts, better understanding personal intention, identifying areas of strength in the work, and further establishing best practices for creating the work.

Take a peek behind the veil of perfection in our communities work and come out to give constructive praise and criticisms to bring an artists vision closer to successful finished projects.

CRITIQUE VALUES

  1. Avoid “I like”/ “I don’t Like” Language

  2. Stay Objective

  3. Focus on what you see, not what you could see

  4. Avoid subjective tangents

  5. Above all else focus on the artist, the work & the intent

TO READ AHEAD

Harold Rosenberg - ‘The American Action Painters (1952)’

Clement Greenberg - ‘‘American-Type’ Painting (1955)’

Barbara Rose - ‘ABC Art (1965)’

Linda Nochlin - ‘Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? (1971)’

Robert Hughes- ‘Nothing If Not Critical (1990)’

 

GET A CRITIQUE

Sign up to reserve a spot in our Work in Progress critique. Please keep in mind all works must be either: a work in progress, never before published, or never before shown in a gallery or boutique setting. This is a fresh eyes only experience to help creatives looking for genuine feedback on how to make a project more successful.

We can only critique 8 creatives so please sign up today to be considered!