An online gathering to come together, ask questions, discuss, share and aid one-another in this turbulent time moderated by photographer Travis Keyes.
If you have an interest in helping bring programming to the photographic community, attend our next informational board meeting to learn about getting involved.
Two-part evening workshop with Patti Schumann—case study rebranding photographer Austin Walsh and the do's and don'ts when presenting yourself to new clients.
Push yourself and your photography forward by presenting your latest personal work at our next friendly and nurturing Critique Night on February 19.
Chicago born Photographer and Director Marcus Smith shares his unique insight to help you push your creative boundaries. Image by Paul Elledge.
Catherine Edelman, owner of Catherine Edelman Gallery has selected 41 images from 25 photographers for our one-night exhibition on January 24, 2020.
The industry continues to undergo dramatic changes. Learn how to navigate the new normal at our panel discussion featuring agency creatives.
APA Chicago has assembled the brightest stars in the agent and consultant community to review photographer portfolios and we're capping it off with a mixer.
Building relationships are the most important activity you can do to grow your business and career. Now you can make three meeting happen in one night.
Commercial photographer Mike Boatman has had many images stolen and now educates photographers how to protect their most valuable asset—their images.
Lacking confidence preparing and submitting creative treatments? Problem solved. Learn the skills necessary to write, design, and submit your next treatment.
Liz Miller-Gershfeld, VP, Executive Art Producer at Energy BBDO has selected 65 images from 45 photographers for our one-night exhibition on Jan 25.
Explore how and why Instagram has become indispensable for marketing yourself as a photographer in our seminar with photographer Ellie Pritts.
Liz Miller-Gershfeld, VP, Executive Art Producer at Energy BBDO gives her top 10 qualities in photographers learned over the last 20 years in advertising.
Designed to inform, motivate and inspire, STAND OUT focuses on the professional development of those in the photographic industry.
Karen D'Silva and Jennifer Kilberg from Agency Access present the vision seminar - learn the ingredients for standing out in the creative marketplace.
Photographer Callie Lipkin has made the leap from photojournalist to an in-demand commercial photographer. The road is long and difficult but one worth taking.
APA Chicago is having a midsummer evening meet-up at the neighborhood hangout The Moonlighter. Get July 11 on your calendar and join us for food, drink and fun.
Push yourself and your photography forward by presenting your latest personal work at our next friendly and nurturing Critique Night on June 21.
Professional photographer, Dave Rentauskas leads our Photo Assistant Basic Training. At this event learn the skills to launch a successful assisting career.
Confused by various independent contractor vs. employee laws around the country? This events is for you, we've assembled the experts to answer all questions.
Creative consultant (and APA member) Carolyn Potts leads our seminar and will teach mindfulness tools to bring stability to your business.
Push yourself and your photography forward by presenting your latest personal work at our next friendly and nurturing Critique Night on April 12.
Our panel features 10 in-demand production specialists who will discuss what it takes to make a living in commercial photography as a production professional.