Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX, USA
Clint Willour was the curator for the Galveston Arts Center for twenty-five years, and has been an art professional for over forty years. He is active on boards of numerous arts organizations in Texas, has served as a juror for over one hundred competitions, and has curated over two hundred photography exhibitions in his career. He serves regularly as a guest curator for institutions throughout the state of Texas and beyond – most recently for the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; DiverseWorks, Houston; and Lawndale Art Center, Houston. He is known for the multidisciplinary focus of his taste.
Willour lectures and writes regularly on contemporary photography – in books on Keith Carter, Sean Perry, Dornith Doherty, Dianne Kornberg, and Nealy Blau, as well as for the online magazine Glasstire and the Houston Center for Photography publication Spot.
He is currently a member of the Exhibitions Committee of the Houston Center for Photography; the Photography Accessions Subcommittee of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Art Board of FotoFest, Houston; and a board member of Photo Forum at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He has been a reviewer at every FotoFest Meeting Place in Houston, and has reviewed portfolios for other organizations in Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Portland, Oregon; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Boston; New Orleans; Arles; Montreal; Barcelona; Beijing; and Buenos Aires.
Willour does not wish to view commercial photography (except photojournalism) or work he has previously reviewed.