|150 Attend PRC Gala
Vicki Goldberg Delivers Keynote Address on 35 Years of Photography and PRC History
(Left to right) PRC Board President Cathy England, Awardee Carl Chiarenza, Keynote Speaker Vicki Goldberg, Awardee Chris Enos, Awardee Barbara Hitchock, and PRC Executive Director Glenn Ruga. Photo by Ryan McMahon.
On November 9 at the Boston University Photonics Center, more than 150 gathered to celebrate the PRC's 35th anniversary. Attending were a diverse group of people. Some were reconnecting with friends and colleagues from 35 years ago when Chris Enos first founded the PRC. Others were people who were connecting with the PRC for the first time. And many are PRC current members and supporters who came out for this festive event. More>>Click here
to visit the PRC's Flickr site of photos from the Gala.Click here
to watch the PRC video, The Photographic Resource Center: 35 Years,
presented at the Gala.Click here
to download Gala program.
|IN THE GALLERY!
Then/Now: Recent Work by PRC Founders Carl Chiarenza and Chris Enos
November 10, 2010 - January 9, 2011
Carl Chiarenza, Peace Warrior (Don Quixote) 188, 2003
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the PRC gallery and the 35th anniversary of the founding of the PRC, the PRC will honor two individuals who were instrumental in the PRC's history and photohistory in Boston, Chris Enos and Carl Chiarenza. Besides their intersecting history, lifelong careers in photo education, and mutual friendship, Enos's and Chiarenza's work shares aesthetic and conceptual affinities, including the use of recycled materials, the transformation and abstraction of the image, and references to painting and landscape. This show celebrates these two remarkable artists and individuals as well as the past and future of the gallery and the PRC itself.
Peace Warriors and Solitudes: Recent Photographs by Carl Chiarenza - Organized and circulated by the University of Richmond Museums, Virginia
Olivia Parker Workshop - Saturday, Nov. 20
Olivia Parker: Photo Imagining in the Digital Age
Saturday, November 20, 9 am - 3:30 pm
Boston University, College of Arts & Sciences 326
725 Commonwealth Avenue
Class size: 12
Members: $90/Non-member: $115Register now onlineOlivia Parker, Bleeding Heart, 2007
In this workshop with renowned photographic artist Olivia Parker, participants will explore the development of image ideas as well as the technical possibilities in Photoshop that open the door to individual expression. This workshop will help participants address the transition from film to digital tools; however, some working knowledge of Photoshop will enable participants to gain the most from this workshop experience. Participants will be expected to bring their own laptop computers loaded with the appropriate software. Please call or email with any questions before registering for this class.
|Portfolio Reviews with PRC Curator George Slade Wednesday, December 8, 1 - 4 pm
Photographic Resource Center832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
If you would like to reserve a spot for this month's portfolio review, please call the PRC at 617-975-0600 on December 1 at 10 am SHARP
. This opportunity is for PRC Members only and is on a first come, first serve basis. To learn about more about Portfolio Reviews >>
Congratulations to the PRC Raffle Winners!
The PRC congratulates Ella Carlson
, the winner of the NIkon D90 outfit!
A big thank you to the sponsors of the 35th Anniversary Raffle:
Thank you to everyone who entered the 35th Anniversary Raffle!
- Stanhope Framers
- Hunt's Photo & Video
- Brookline Booksmith
- George Slade
PRC Internship Opportunities - Spring 2011
DEADLINE: December 6, 2010
The Photographic Resource Center at Boston University offers internships that provide insight into the inner workings of non-profit arts institutions and exhibition spaces. General internship duties include (but are not limited to) daily office tasks, database maintenance, help with exhibitions, preparation for our annual fundraising event, monitoring the gallery, and support the night of opening receptions, lectures, and special events. Interns also write book / exhibition reviews for the PRC's blog.
We are currently accepting applications for spring internships. Those with an interest in photography, visual arts, exhibitions, and/or arts administration are encouraged to apply. Interns will gain insight into the inner workings of non-profit art institution and exhibition spaces.Available internship positions include:
Hours range from 6-20 hours per week; the PRC is open 7 days a week. All internships are unpaid and we regret that we are unable to accommodate work-study students at this time.
- Media & Marketing Internship (updating media list, responsible for calendar listings, social media networking)
- Grant Writing/ Grant Research Internship
- Online Marketing and Sales Internship (researching and creating
- Membership and Artist Research Internship (cataloguing artists who have worked with the PRC and maintaining Membership database, compiling member and special event statistics)
- Digital Archive Maintenance Internship (maintaining digital photographic files)
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and two references to Julie Kukharenko.
Looking Back, #2
Art of the State: Massachusetts Photographers, 1975-1977This book was published by the Massachusetts Arts and Humanities Foundation, Inc. in 1978, to acknowledge the recipients of its fellowships in three years of the program. Susan R. Channing was the editor, a natural fit given her role as the Artists Fellowship Program Director. Estelle Jussim wrote the Introduction, "Looking at Winners," and one of my favorite designers, Katy Homans, did the graphics and layout. It was printed by Thomas Todd Company in Boston.I was struck by a number of things when I read through this modestly-scaled paperback book, which spotlights the period in which the PRC was emerging on the Boston scene.Read more >>
LISTINGS: Photo Events in New England
New England School of Photography
Wish You Were Here: Images from Home, Images from the Road (October 4-November 19; Closing Reception: November 17, 6:30-8:30) 537 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. 617-437-2868.
Lecture: Joel-Peter Witkin (November 17, 7pm) 105 Shillman Hall, 360 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA.
School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Museum School Art Sale (November 17-21) 320 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115. 617-267-9300.
Koans: Mitch Ahern & Eddie Holtorf (November 2010; Third Thursday, November 18, 6-9) 80 Border Street, 3rd Floor, east Boston, MA 02128.
Copley Society of Art
Holiday Small Works (November 18-December 23; Reception: November 18, 5;30-7:30) 158 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116. 617-536-5049.
Greek Orthodox Churches of New England: Architectural Photography by George Panagakos (November 18, 7-9:30) Maliotis Cultural Centers, 50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA.
Wolk Gallery School of Architecture & Planning
Go for Gold - The East London Landscape of the 2012 Olympics (September 3-December 24, 2010; Gallery Talk: November 18, 1pm) 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Room 7-338, Cambridge, MA 02139.
Griffin Museum of Photography
Main Gallery: Artists Observed 1980-1985, Photographs by Harvey Stein
Atelier Gallery: From the Studio of Roy Lichtenstein, Photographs by Laurie Lambrecht
Griffin Gallery: The Collectors, Photographs by Jason Landry
(November 18-January 23, 2011; Opening Reception with the artists: November 18, 7-8:30pm) 67 Shore Road, Winchester, MA 01890. 781-729-1158.
Triiibe (October 27-December 23; Opening Reception: November 19, 6pm) 808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215.
Griffin Museum of Photography @ Digital Silver Imaging
Jonathan Stark - France: Chaleur (November 18-January 14; Opening Reception with the Artist: November 19, 6-8pm) Common St #236, Belmont, MA 02478. 781-729-1158.
Click here for a complete list of current exhibitions,events, and call for entries >>
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