"Many wondrous things happened for me as a result of attending the Denver Month of Photography Photo Reviews… I sold three prints, and my work from the series Beauty Re-Interpreted was exhibited at CPAC in a three person show."
"The Portfolio Review was my first event of this type. I didn't know what to expect exactly but it exceeded all of my expectations! The reviewers were generous, thoughtful, and professional."
"I’ve been to all the major photo festivals, and I came to Denver because I could have a different experience and different conversations. That holds a lot of value to me as an artist."
Are you looking for opportunities to exhibit, publish, or sell your photography? Do you need feedback or advice about an ongoing project? If so, Month of Photography Portfolio Reviews are an excellent opportunity to advance your photography practice and career.
Over two days, you’ll have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with about 30 of the most important people in the field of photography, including museum curators, gallery owners, publishers, collectors, and other industry leaders from Colorado and the United States.
Organized by the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC), Month of Photography Reviews have a reputation for being welcoming and friendly, making them an ideal choice for emerging and early-career photographers. Reviews are not juried, and registration fees are less expensive than most other national reviews. We also offer college students a discounted rate.
The next Month of Photography Portfolio Reviews will take place in March 2023 (dates TBD).
We encourage you to register early as this event often sells out quickly.
Do your research to find the best matched reviewers for your work.
We will email you a Reviewer Preference form.
Watch your inbox and receive your list of review appointments!
Go over our guide to preparing your work and yourself for these professional reviews!
Learn from top curators, artists and publishers about opportunities for your photography!
Read bios of the 34 reviewers who participated in the 2021 MOP Portfolio Reviews.
A guide to setting objectives, editing and presenting your work so you can get the most out of your reviews.