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New Board Members

As of July 1st, 2014, Bruce Myren and Julie Kukharenko have joined the PRC Board of Directors!

Bruce is an artist and photographer based in Cambridge, the chair of the northeast regional chapter of Society for Photographic Education, and a well-known figure in our community.

Julie is a photographer, manager of a Cambridge based dance company, Anna Myer and Dancers, and for the last 4 years worked as PRC staff in various areas of the organization including membership, finance, operations, and intern and volunteer management.

Julie and Bruce are very dedicated to furthering the mission of the PRC, and are currently spearheading a business plan with the help of the board and other involved parties in the community to ensure the continued success of the PRC.

PRC Planning and Programming

As we continue to work on our plan, we will continue to provide programming to our members and community and hope you will join us by attending various events and by renewing your membership with the PRC this summer!

We will host a "Meet the Board" event, where PRC members and the community can meet the board and get more information about our future plans and ways to get involved for those who are interested. On a few Thursdays in July and August, we will host "Movie Nights": informal viewings of films related to photography and light-based media. We are taking suggestions so please email us!

Please email with general questions about programming, membership, and for information on ways to become more involved.




Nights at the PRC
Hosted by Bruce Myren
PRC host, Stefanie Klavens

July 23, 2014 6:30 - 8:00p.m.

Dog days of summer got you down? Please join us on July 23 to beat the heat and share your summer-themed imagery! All mediums and styles welcome. Six presenter slots available, and plenty of room for audience (we're air conditioned!).

Bruce Myren is a photographer and educator based in Cambridge, MA. Myren's research centers on issues of place, history, and memory; projects include The Fortieth Parallel, and Fort Juniper, in his hometown of Amherst. Exhibited nationally, his photographs have been published in PDNedu, Fraction Magazine, View Camera Magazine, Huffington Post, Petapixel, and Slate. In 2014, he received a Cambridge Arts Council grant to photograph the Washington Elm on Cambridge Common. He is represented in Boston by Gallery Kayafas. His website is

Sign up by emailing (please include "SIGNUP FOR NIGHTS AT THE PRC" in the subject line of your email. This event is open to all; membership is not required but always appreciated. More information here.




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The PRC is gallery is currently between exhibitions, and we are open limited hours for the remained of the summer.
Friday: 11am - 4pm

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