Presented by MPS Digital Photography

i3 Photo Lecture: Frances Jakubek

Feb 11, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Black-and-white photograph of a woman looking intently into the camera. She is covering half of her face with her nail-polished hand. She is wearing a black shirt and a large hoop earring in the ear that is not covered.
Credit: Frances Jakubek

Frances Jakubek is a photographer, independent curator and all-around advocate for photography. She is the director of exhibitions and operations at Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York City and past associate curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts. In this talk, she will present an overview of the different worlds she inhabits within the photography field and discuss the creative richness of their overlapping.


The MPS Digital Photography i3: Images, Ideas, Inspiration lecture series features leading photographers and artists, hardware and software developers and industry experts.

Black-and-white photograph of a woman with long black hair in as short white dress in a field of tall grass and flowers. The sky and pine trees are visible in the background. The text “Tell me you like this” is printed over the sky in all-caps
Credit: Frances Jakubek
Black and white photograph of a corner of room. There are many frames photographs of different sizes and a clock hanging on the walls above a lamp and some mile storage cabinets.
Credit: Frances Jakubek
Free and open to the public