Portfolio Reviews and Sharing

The PRC offers three opportunities for one-on-one portfolio reviews, listed below, and portfolio sharing. Currently, these opportunities are:

Annual Portfolio Review Event
Monthly Portfolio Reviews - returning Fall 2016!
Nights at the PRC - see Nights page for more info

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A member shows off his portfolio

Annual Portfolio Review Event

A Collaboration with the Griffin Museum of Photography and the Photographic Resource Center - July 23 & 24, 2016

The PRC and the Griffin are teaming up again to present the New England Portfolio Review and Workshops and the fun begins in a few weeks! Please note the new experimental format this year and over 30 national and regional jurors, including educators, curators, artists, and writers. There are also a variety of option for those seeking to attend only the thematic talks and panels. Check the below website for a schedule, list of reviewers, and to sign up!


Monthly Portfolio Reviews
(coming back this fall, stay tuned!)

NOTE: We will begin offering monthly portfolio review by outside reviewers beginning in the Fall. Stay tuned and be sure to join and/or renew your memberhip!

Monthly portfolio reviews are provided as a benefit of PRC membership. Every member is eligible for ONE complimentary portfolio review each year of your membership. These monthly portfolio reviews will bring a variety of voices to the table (curators, educators, writers, photographers, and more) and are designed to provide helpful feedback on your work.

To reserve your slot, please call the PRC at 617-975-0600 on the specified registration day.

This opportunity is only available for PRC Members. A benefit of PRC membership is one portfolio review per year of membership. Reviews are offered on a first come, first serve basis and held at the PRC.

When preparing your work to bring to the session, we recommened choosing a selection of about 20-25 images and no more than two series. Prints are always preferable to digital images and please no plastic sleeves. Please be prepared to tell the reviewer what you'd like to get out of the review.