Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Guest Host: Francine Weiss
Come celebrate the Vernal Equinox with us! This Night is open to photographers who push the boundaries of the medium, using alternative or new processes and techniques, integrating photography with other arts or new technologies, in celebration of Unconventional Inventions
, PRC's satellite exhibit at Endicott College. All artists and photo enthusiasts interested in unusual work are welcome to attend. Presenter slots are full.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Registration: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 10am
832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Monthly portfolio reviews at the PRC are one way that we find new talented photographers to feature in NEO, Loupe, and our new Members Gallery at the PRC.
To reserve your slot, please call the PRC at 617-975-0600 on March 20 beginning at 10am. This opportunity is for PRC Members only and is offered on a first come, first served basis.
New Techniques in Narrative Documentary: A Conversation with Stephen Ferry and Joseph Rodriguez
Thursday, April 4, 2013, 6:30 pm
BU College of General Studies, Room 511
871 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Stephen Ferry and Joseph Rodriquez, two renowned photojournalists and documentary photographers, will discuss in conversation format visual storytelling using still photography as the primary media.
Ferry recently published Violentology: A Manual of the Colombian Conflict, and Rodriguez recently launched the website ReleaseFromDarkness.org. Each venue tells a compelling story of social importance using non-standard publishing techniques. Violentology, published by Umbrage Editions in 2012, explores the Colombian conflict from its roots in the 19th century to the present. The book, designed by Ferry, was printed on the same rotary presses as the legendary Bogotá daily, El Espectador, using a heat set process to bake the ink on the surface of the page. ReleaseFromDarkness.org, a website using both still images and multimedia, chronicles the life of Jesse De La Cruz, a former drug addict, career criminal and prison gang member, who, after more than 30 years of recidivism, turned his life around.
Image: Joseph Rodriguez, Four migrant workers live in a crowded trailer outside Raleigh, NC, 2007.
Describing Yourself and Your Work
By Cindy A. Stephens
This is the second installment in our a new monthly column, "Marketing Conversations for Photographers." In this issue, Cindy Stephens explores how artists write about their work and craft artists statements. Included are excerpts from an interview with Aline Smithson from Lenscratch.
Submit Your Photographs to Take a Stand Against Racism
Submission Deadline: April 12, 2013
Join the premiere center for photography in New England and other PRC Members by submitting your photograph that addresses the theme of Stand Against Racism. The PRC is one of thousands of organizations across the country that are taking a Stand Against Racism on April 26, 2013 in this national initiative organized by the YWCA. The first 100 PRC Members who submit photographs addressing the theme of "eliminating racism and celebrating the richness of diversity" will have their work prominently displayed in a special online gallery accessed from the PRC website beginning April 26 and continuing as a permanent archive. There is no entry fee.
Submissions will open Wednesday, March 27.
Complete submission info coming soon!
NEW SATELLITE EXHIBITION
Innovative, Unusual, and Alternative Approaches to Photography
March 11 - April 26, 2013
Satellite Exhibition at Endicott College's Carol Grillo Gallery
Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, 376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA
David Emitt Adams, Smelter, Tintype on found object from the Sonoran Desert, 2012.
From a submission pool of 115 photographers, Jurors Christopher James, Francine Weiss, and Howard Yezerski selected the following seven artists for inclusion in Unconventional Inventions at Endicott College:
David Emitt Adams (Tempe, AZ)
Jessica Burko (Jamaica Plain, MA)
Christoph Engel (Karlsruhe, Germany)
Donna Hamil Talman (Worcester, MA)
Angelina Kidd (Redmond, WA)
Liz Lee (Lakeview, NY)
Andrew Neumann (Boston, MA)
This riveting show features artists who take unconventional and innovative approaches to photography by pushing the boundaries of the medium, using alternative or new processes and techniques, integrating photography with other arts or new technologies, or experimenting with scale or frame.
Make the trip to Beverly to see this show!
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SATELLITE EXHIBITION - CLOSES FRIDAYThe Space in Between
January 28 - March 22, 2013
Satellite Exhibition at Boston Properties Atlantic Wharf Gallery
290 Congress Street, Boston, MA
The Space in Between features artwork that focuses on societal built environments in urban settings. The images capture supposedly empty or vacant scenes in public spaces where humans are present without being pictured. The very absence of human subjects forces the viewer to contemplate the space in between these human-made structures. While firmly rooted in the 21st century, these photographs also portray a timeless feel, as if the artists froze the frame at the initial moment of abandonment, preserving a particular constructed expression of culture for generations to come.
Image: Lynn Saville, Pepsi Cola SIgn, 2008. Courtesy of Gallery Kayafas.
The Doors of Perception: Vision and Innovation in Alternative Processes
Featuring work by Ron Cowie, Jesseca Ferguson, Gretjen Helene, Scott McMahon, Mark Osterman and France Scully Osterman, and Jerry Spagnoli
February 5 - March 23, 2013
PRC Gallery, 832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Don't miss your chance to see the show everyone has been raving about!
The Doors of Perception: Vision and Innovation in Alternative Processes showcases contemporary photographers working with a diverse range of historic, or alternative, photographic processes, such as pinhole photography, tintype, cyanotype, platinum printing, and gum bichromate, as well as liquid emulsion. Employing these photographic processes from the past to create unique handmade photographic objects, the artists in this exhibition reinvest the photograph with what critic Walter Benjamin feared would vanish in the age of reproduction: the "aura" of a work of art.
Image: Scott McMahon, Bloom, Tintype, 2003.
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