As curator of 28 exhibitions featuring over 110 international photographers J. Sybylla Smith provides context for an expansive array of image-based work. Her Concept Aware® curriculum provides a unique concept development framework that strengthens creative practice. Amplifying visual narrative, fostering collaborations across disciplines - she believes visual culture creates social change.

As an independent curator, she exhibits in traditional and non-traditional settings venues which include; The Griffin Museum of Photography, Harvard University Ed Portal, and Photoville, with a select few traveling to Columbia and Mexico. 

Smith consults with individual artists providing collaboration on editing, sequencing,  marketing, and writing artist statements and/or exhibition proposals. Her work with arts organizations and educational institutions includes development, educational programming, and fostering dynamic partnerships. 

She is an avid portfolio reviewer participating in photo-centric reviews nationally. She is an active member of the Society of Photographic Educators. 



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