The PRC turns 40 in 2016!
The PRC was incorporated as a non-profit on October 6, 1976. To celebrate our 40th anniversary in 2016, we planned several special exhibitions & events, including the anniversary edition of EXPOSURE this past spring and a fun and festive birthday party in June. Read our thank you note regarding the party here and for those who couldn't join us, we are planning a more modest upcoming event to close out the festivities. There are still ways you can celebrate and support the PRC during this momentum here, learn more here!
The PRC Print Program continues
There are 29 artists available in our limited edition, affordable benefit Print Program and the available slate can be seen here. Prints can be viewed with an appointment, and a few are on display in our hallway, just send us an email with what you'd like to see. NOTE: several editions sold out from our recent exhibitions and many have 3 or fewer prints remaining. All proceeds benefit the PRC and its programs. EXPLORE the PRC's Print Program here >>>
The PRC is currently all-volunteer. As we work on rebuilding, we continue to provide excellent shows and programs. Join and support us by attending various events, renewing your membership, and consider making a donation! If you have interest in photography and community, contact us at email@example.com and join our group on Facebook.
The Wheels Project 4.0
The PRC is excited to present a new and expanded version of an exhibition celebrating wheeled vehicles of all kinds (cars, bikes, motorcycles, and more). Previous incarnations and artists have been featured in a book "The Wheels Project" (2005) and in shows at the Anderson Auto Museum (2008) and Lincoln Arts Project (2014). Organized by Andrew M.K. Warren, The Wheels Project 4.0 includes work by six regional photographers: Karl Baden, Bill Burke, Jack Lueders-Booth, Ken Richardson, Jasen Strickler, and Andrew M.K. Warren.
September 16 - November 6, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 22, 5:30-8pm
Nights at the PRC
Wednesday, September 21, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Host: James Rohan
Theme: Low-Fi & Slow Photography
Do you use or appreciate lo-fi, toy cameras (such as Holga, Diana, Brownies, pinhole, altered, etc.) and employ a slower approach to film photography? Then sign up to share your work and/or attend this exciting Night held in partnership with the Somerville Toy Camera Festival!
Our host Jim Rohan has been involved in the photographic industry for 35 years as a commercial photographer, a pro photo lab owner, and digital retouching and post-production. Rohan shoots with plastic cameras almost exclusively and his award-winning images have been featured in more than 50 juried group exhibitions nationally.
MORE INFO on how to SIGN UP, themes, hosts, and upcoming "Nights" HERE >>>
PRC Hours Summer Hours:
Fridays: 11am - 4pm
The PRC gallery is dark, with no exhibitions on display. Our library is open on Fridays, 11-4 and by appointment.
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