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Online Exhibition Review Information & Guidelines
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Click here to download the SECAC Online Exhibition Review Guidelines.

Have you seen an exhibition lately that you want others to know about? Write a review!

Reviews mix opinion and fact to either make other people want to come or to stay away. The SECAC Online Exhibition Reviews website has been on hiatus for a while but it’s ready to be up and running again. Start the process by writing a review of an exhibition that intrigued you in some way and sending the review to the new Managing Editor of SECAC Online Exhibition Reviews Roann Barris at: rbarris@radford.edu.

Next it will go to a field editor who will check off certain necessary points, consider the content and writing, and share their feedback with the managing editor. Using this feedback, a decision will be made to publish the review or to return it to the writer.

Anyone can be a reviewer – enthusiasm and interest are the only requirements.

Reviews from a year or two ago are still available online at https://secacart.org/page/OnlineReviews if you seek some inspiration.

Start sending your reviews and statements of interest. Check the guidelines above for details.

Information for Potential Field Editors

If you are interested in being a Field Editor, contact Roann Barris at rbarris@radford.edu with a brief statement about your interest and your area of specialization, and a very brief statement of educational/professional background. We’ll start a pool of editors and when the reviews come in, we’ll look for people with the most relevant specialty and interest in reading the review.

Field editors should have the relevant terminal degree in art, museums studies, or art history (masters or doctorate) or be almost done.