PRC Events and Exhibitions

Programming Update

As this fluid situation continues we are keeping an eye on CDC recommendations and Lesley University directives. We will proceed with our in-person programming accordingly, making announcements about changes as soon as we have the information to share. As of today we have officially canceled and postpone all events through April. Please see below for […]

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2020 PRC Student Exhibition

2020 PRC Student Exhibition

Due to the current health crisis, this exhibition celebrating the great work of PRC student members is being presented as an online gallery. This page is being updated regularly and the slideshow is currently in progress. We will announce when the full exhibition is live. The 2020 PRC Student Exhibition features work by students at […]

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Postponed: PRC Afternoon Nights with Jesseca Ferguson

Postponed: PRC Afternoon Nights with Jesseca Ferguson

This event has been postponed. Please keep an eye on our newsletter for updates.   Join us for this special PRC Nights event, in the afternoon! Artist Jesseca Ferguson works with pinhole photography, 19th century photo processes and collage and will be presenting her work in an informal setting inspiring discussion. Along with her work […]

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Portfolio reviews with Nancy Burns at the Worcester Art Museum

Portfolio reviews with Nancy Burns at the Worcester Art Museum

This event has been postponed to May 16th. See updated info beow. Saturday, May 16, 11am-2pm Worcester Art Museum 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609 The email SIGN UP period is NOW OPEN for our portfolio reviews with Nancy Burns, Stoddard Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs at the Worcester Art Museum. Deadline to […]

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Present Histories Redefined

Present Histories Redefined

The VanDernoot Gallery is closed for the remainder of the exhibition and the discussion panel scheduled for March 22nd has been canceled. Please see below for a virtual tour of Present Histories Redefined. Present Histories Redefined February 3 – March 27, 2020 Feda Eid, Jonathan Mark Jackson, Joanna Tam Curated by Jessica Burko, PRC Program […]

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What They Don’t See

What They Don’t See

What They Don’t See – view the online gallery below February 3 – March 27, 2020 Nicholas Costopoulos, Byron Hocker, Elise LaMaster, Faith Ninivaggi Curated by Jessica Burko, PRC Program Manager and Curator Opening reception: February 6, 6-8pm Location: University Hall, lower level gallery 1815 Mass Ave.  In a 1988 essay written by Emily Style, […]

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Rescheduled: New England Portfolio Reviews: October 2 – 4, 2020

Rescheduled: New England Portfolio Reviews: October 2 – 4, 2020

As the public health crisis continues, the PRC and the Griffin Museum have made the difficult decision to postpone NEPR. Because we care about your health and safety we have rescheduled to what we expect to be a period of time when we can gather more safely, October 2nd through 4th with the portfolio walk the evening of Friday […]

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EXPOSURE 2020

EXPOSURE 2020

EXPOSURE 2020 July 8 – August 16, 2020 Reception: July 10, 6-8pm VanDernoot Gallery Lesley University University Hall 1815 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA 02140 Since its inception in 1996, the PRC annual juried member exhibition has shown work by more than 300 photographers selected by some of the nation’s most renown art world professionals. The […]

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Your Work Here

Your Work Here

An exhibition featuring PRC Members only, Your Work Here is a non-juried celebration of photography on view from November 12th through December 19th at 3pm. The show is located in our University Hall lower level gallery located at 1815 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, on the Lesley University Porter Square campus. Exhibiting photographers include Leah Abrahams, Judith Aronson, Jim […]

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Portraits from the PRC Member Slam with Poets

Portraits from the PRC Member Slam with Poets

Avanti Nambiar, a photojournalist volunteer for the PRC, made these atmospheric studies of the 26 photographers and poets at the PRC Slam on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

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