CALL HAS ENDED!
Good luck to all who entered!
EXPOSURE: The 19th Annual PRC Juried Exhibition
Deadline for Submission: April 12, 2015
Juror: Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh Assistant Curator of Photographs, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Dates of exhibition: June 18 − July 26, 2015. MORE INFO on EXPOSURE and how to enter, visit: www.prcboston.org/juriedexhibition.htm
Work from #YWH2 Featured at the Hynes Convention Center!
The PRC is honored to partner with the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority's community art program to feature selected photographs from Your Work Here, 2.0. Work was chosen by MCCA art consultant Stephanie Devareckas and the PRC will be on display at the Hynes February 12 − June 4, 2015.
As we work on rebuilding the PRC, we continue to provide programming to our members and community. We hope you will join us by attending various events and by renewing your membership with the PRC this spring! If you have interest in photography, community, and volunteering, please contact us at email@example.com and/or join our group on Facebook.
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Nights at the PRC:
“I am T.B.D.”: Presented by TAKE 5 Foundation
May 14 − May 31, 2015
Reception: Thursday, May 14th, 5:30-8pm
The PRC is honored to partner again with the TAKE 5 Foundation to showcase their work with a small group of middle school students as they explore photography. This year's TAKE 5 students include Arianna, Nikkia, Randall, Theresa, and Toni. Given cameras for a year and under the guidance of photographer Brenda Bancel, these middle school students of the Dorchester−based Epiphany School explored the photographic medium on their own terms.
This year’s exhibition is presented by the TAKE 5 Foundation and hosted by the PRC. Bancel remarks on the show's title , "I am T.B.D.": “The kids are always saying, ‘I’m not sure who I am yet?’ I would laugh and say, ‘You will ask this question all your life,’ but it seemed a fitting title for this show where they are all trying to find themselves and leave their unique mark.” This is the third year of the PRC's involvement with TAKE 5 and the fourth year of the program itself. TAKE 5 asked Susan Nalband, photographer and gallery owner at 555Gallery, to guest curate for this exhibition and Digital Silver Imaging printed the work.
As Bancel explains on the foundation's website, "The TAKE 5 Foundation is an idea that came out of my husband and I seeing the impact that can be made on a child when you coach them in a small group. If you give kids your time, teach them a skill and instill passion, you can make a formula that really works in life. EDUCATION + HARD WORK + PASSION = SUCCESS"
Read more about last year's exhibition, Sorta, Kinda, Independent, at the PRC on Elin Spring's blog.
PRC Gallery Hours
Thursday 11am – 8:30pm
Friday: 11am – 4pm
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