Virtual Events

Virtual Events

While we can’t gather in person we’re expanding our online programming and creating new ways to be together for sharing work and exploring ideas. Join us this spring and summer for vibrant discussions as part of Virtual PRC Nights, Studio Demos, and other special events. 

Thank you to
all of our presenters!
This event was held on
May 20, 2020.
2020 PRC Student Exhibition Workshare

Students from the Lesley University College of Art and Design, Endicott College, SMFA at Tufts University, Emerson College, Emmanuel College, New England School of Photography, and MassArt presented their work and spoke about the themes, inspirations, and techniques that play a role in their images. Featured students included Mollie Rose Salamon, Rane Brower, Shyla Smith, Keith Haley Robitaille, Hannah Flaherty, Ravneet Marwaha, and Scott Offen.

image by Hannah Flaherty

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.

Tuesday, May 26, 5-7pm
Scenes from Home
Virtual PRC Nights featuring Chris Maliga,
Larry Volk, and Matthew Monteith

The global stay-at-home advisories have changed life as we knew it in untold ways. For artists the restrictions are especially poignant as they have the potential to impede creativity and forcibly shift focus away from years of developed work and established modes of capturing images. As one’s focusing eye shifts inward and gazes upon a new confined horizon, many photographers are taking the opportunity to create bodies of work highlighting interior spaces and what home life looks like at this time.  For our second Virtual PRC Nights we feature Chris Maliga who will be sharing images captured in the quiet spaces of home. He will be discussing this work and the dichotomy of the images with his widely exhibited photography of natural environments and the experience of photographing self-portraits in nature. 

image by Chris Maliga

Sunday, May 31, 3-3:45pm
Studio Demo with Stephen DiRado, lighting at home

Join us for Sunday Studio Demos with local and national photographers sharing photographic processes and techniques you can employ at home. Topics include making cyanotypes, building a pinhole camera, and more.

Kicking off this series is Stephen DiRado, a photographer whose work is based on long-term documentary projects. He has received numerous fellowships, grants and awards throughout his career. His work can be found in museum collections across the country, including the MFA, Boston, MFA, Houston, DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, MA and the Currier Museum in NH.

On May 31st DiRado will be demonstrating improvised lighting techniques that can be accomplished using common materials found at home.

The Sunday Studio Demos are 45-minute presentations are ticketed events at $5. Please reserve your spot today using THIS LINK.

image courtesy of Stephen DiRado