This workshop will help you address the ever-changing standards of contemporary photographic presentation.
Randy Grskovic will begin by addressing the specific needs for your photograph and provide a framework to determine whether or not the production of your image is for a short or long-term purpose. Discussions around the needs of the photograph itself by determining how the production changes the meaning of the artwork will occur and be followed by examining printing options and paper stocks to determine why you are printing on each material addressing the pros and cons of each.
Exploring professional conservation and preservation will begin by introducing participants to various mounting options and materials. A short tutorial on how to use our Larson Juhl samples and the custom framing section will be provided. For short term and exhibition only we will discuss options such as one-time inkjet vinyl prints.
At the end of this workshop participants will walk away with a step by step guide for the path chosen when considering the needs of the photograph and leave with the knowledge and resources you require to think about the image production in the most cost efficient way possible.
Please note that all spots & waitlist are currently full.
Randy Grskovic is an artist and collector living in Toronto, Ontario. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, in Advanced Media communication, from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan. He has shown his artwork and curated others in exhibitions across Canada. Galleries include Equinox and Centre A in Vancouver, V-Tape in Toronto, L'oeil de Poison in Quebec City and Eastern Edge in St. John's, NL. Grskovic is the former owner of experimental short-term galleries including The Age of Info(rmation), Cutty Contemporary and Good Luck Art Gallery.