Gain the essential knowledge and confidence to launch a successful career as a Photo Assistant with this tried and tested program developed years ago by APA.
Southern Illinois Portraits by Paul Elledge is a visual exploration that seeks to illuminate the diversity and depth of the people of southern Illinois.
APA Chicago has assembled prominent art producers and creatives from the buying community to review photographer portfolios in-person @ Tyllie Barbosa’s Studio.
Let’s talk about putting your best foot forward in portfolio presentation and meetings with an experienced agent and producer.
Learn how photographer Scott Van Osdol used pro bono work to build a successful photography business and how to leverage this concept to enhance your business.
Building a sustainable business is challenging. A popular tool for assessing our creativity are "reviews." Reviews can also be applied to our business goals.
The Supreme Court upheld the claim of photographer, Lynn Goldsmith, that the Andy Warhol estate infringed her copyright in a photograph of the musician Prince.
Learn how Natasha Egan, Executive Director at MoCP curated the images to be included in the years Artist's Perspective Personal Work Exhibition.
We're having a good ole' fashion in-person get-together at Metropolitan brewing. We'll be rolling out the red carpet for Assistants and Digitechs.
Natasha Egan has curated 47 images from 42 photographers for our one-night exhibition on Friday, April 28, 2023, at Fulton Street Collective.
Our Ask Me Anything series continues with Kimber Leigh Nussbaum, who just completed an assignment as Senior Art Producer for Upshot Agency.
In a pre-pandemic interview, Mike confessed to still answering his phone (when not busy) and setting meetings with photographers (Shhh, don't tell anyone).
Join us for an online conversation as we dig into why creating personal and passion projects can help to inspire & connect.
Our Ask Me Anything series starts with Karen Blatchford, a Senior Art Buyer/Producer at VMLY&R.
African proverb: If you want to go fast, Go alone. If you want to go far, Go together. Join an APA Success Team and let's go far together.
Natasha Egan, Executive Director at the MoCP curates APA Chicago's Artist's Perspective 2023. We've scheduled a Zoom meet and greet.
Are you ready to turn your wildest career and personal aspirations into a reality? Let's make a strategic plan together!
Professional photographer, Dave Rentauskas leads our Photo Assistant Basic Training. Attend and learn the skills needed to launch a successful assisting career.
APA Chicago invites anyone who wants to learn more about APA to attend our open board meeting to discuss event planning, seminars and workshop for 2022-2023.
We're having a good ole' fashion in-person get-together at Ørkenoy. We can't wait to reconnect with the community.
Join artist Tonika Lewis Johnson for a screening of her Folded Map Project Film, post-screening conversation, and interactive activity.
What's the most important business activity next to your portfolio? Building your prospect list. Without new potential clients your business is going nowhere.
Jo-Nell and David Sieren (The Sieren's) have selected 29 images from 19 photographers for our one-night exhibition on April 29, 2022 at Throop Studio.
The Dodd Camera team will demonstrate all the latest gear that you can deploy to help you achieve your creative vision. Join us in-person or virutally.