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May 29, 2012
exposure2012 OPENS NEXT WEEK
The 17th Annual PRC Juried Exhibition 
June 5 - July 18, 2012 
Opening reception: Thursday, June 7, 2012, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Robert Moran, Free at Last, 2011, Archival Pigment Print.
From a submission pool of 270 photographers, Juror Alison Nordström selected ten artists for inclusion in EXPOSURE 2012.

The PRC's esteemed annual juried exhibition, EXPOSURE, honors emerging photographers from across North America by providing a venue to celebrate their work in a group show. Since its inception in 1996, over 300 photographers have displayed their images on the PRC's gallery walls. Each year, a respected member of the New England art
community--from curators to gallerists to photo editors--is asked to select ten to fifteen standout artists from a pool of several hundred. Each artist then shows five to ten photographs, adding up to a truly interesting exhibit each year.

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Large Format Night at the PRC 
Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 6 - 8 pm 
832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston 
Guest Host & Lead Presenter: Chris Churchill 


Open to all photographers using, or interested in, large format cameras, regardless of theme or subject matter. Featuring short presentation, discussion, and book signing with Chris Churchill.


Presenter spots are full. Please come to partake in the viewing and discussion of the large format camera projects. 


Creative and Professional Development for Artists 
Presenters: Alison Nordström and Rania Matar
Moderator: Glenn Ruga, PRC Executive Director
Thursday, June 7, 2012, 3:00 - 5:00 pm
BU College of General Studies, Room 527
871 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston 
Online registration: $20 / $15 Members
At door registration: $25 / $20 Members
Maximum attendance: 50  
Join Alison Nordström and Rania Matar for a two hour interactive seminar on strategies and techniques to advance your development as an artist and your career as a creative professional. Topics to be discussed include maturing your artist vision, critique and portfolio reviews, juried competitions, exhibitions, galleries, portfolio preparation, artist statement, resume, publishing, and choice of subject matter and technique. All will be looked at in light of how to use these various forums to advance your artistic development and professional career. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in discussion and ask real-world questions, although presenters will not comment on photographic work of individual attendees.
Critique and the Creative Process - Photography In and Out of the Academy

Friday, June 8, 2012, 4-6 pm 
Fairmont Battery Wharf, Boston  
Free and open to the public  

Moderator: Glenn Ruga, Executive Director, PRC 
Panelists: Neal Rantoul (Photographer and Professor Emeritus of Photography at Northeastern University), Chehalis Hegner (Photographer and Assistant Professor of Photography at UMass/Lowell), and Bruce Myren (Northeast Regional Chair, Society for Photographic Education)


Join in a lively dialogue investigating the meaningful influence critique can have on the creative process. Topics investigated include: creative mentorships, collaborative partnerships, and the potential benefits of peer, individual, and self-critique sessions. Through honest dialog, the goal of this panel discussion is to arrive at a set of underlying fundamental principles for critiques that will assist in the creative process. 
If time allows, there will be a sample critique session.
Chris Enos: The Remaking of Boston
June 12 - August 31, 2012
Opening Reception: Tuesday, June 12, 6pm
Boston Society of Architecture
290 Congress Street, Boston, MA
Chris Enos, Untitled, 1976, Silver Gelatin Print, 16 x 20 inches.

The PRC presents Chris Enos: The Remaking of Boston, a series of 19 photographs by the artist and PRC founder Chris Enos. From 1975 to 1980, Enos documented her neighborhood, the Leather District and Fort Point Channel, at a time of tremendous urban revitalization in Boston. During this time, the historically industrial neighborhood transformed from gritty artist studios to the polished financial and cultural centers they are today. Chris Enos: The Remaking of Boston not only captures a portrait of Boston that would soon disappear, but also the process of urban revival. As such, this series is an important document of the architectural history of Boston at the moment of its remaking. 

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May 30

Panopticon Gallery

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles 

TWOSOMES: Photographs by Mark Chester (May 30 - July 9; Reception & Book Signing: May 30, 5:30-7:30pm)
502c Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA.

Lincon Highlights (May 30, 5:30-6:30pm) deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum, 145 Lincoln Road, Lincoln, MA.
Cowscapes: A Juried Photographic Exhibition (June 1 - July 1; Reception: June 1, 5:30-8:30pm) 49 Flat St. Brattleboro, VT. 
June 7 - 10
(June 7 - 10) Fairmont Batter Wharf, Boston, MA.

June 9
Can You Hear Me Now? (May 26 - June 26; Reception: June 9, 4-6pm) 805 Shore Road, York, ME. 


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