Archive for April 14, 2009

April 18th- Deadline Extended for the PRC Juried Publication

Photographic Resource Center’ s Juried Publication

From the website:

In addition to its renowned juried exhibition, EXPOSURE, the Photographic Resource Center, a non-profit gallery and educational center in Boston, MA, is pleased to offer another opportunity, a print publication. Printed as a full-color insert into our fall 2009 newsletter, in the loupe, the inaugural PRC Juried Publication competition will feature one image per selected artist and contact information.

The postmark deadline for entry has been extended to Saturday, April 18, 2009.

The PRC is honored to announce Dana Faconti, Blind Spot Editor and Publisher, as the 2009 inaugural juror. We expect between 20 to 50 artists will be selected by the juror for publication and each artist will be represented by one image each.

Along with the required entry form available online, send 6 jpegs, formatted to specifications, resume, statement, image list, self-addressed envelope with adequate postage for return of materials, along with the required form, $25 entry fee, and current membership fee (if not currently a member). For more info and the required entry form as a PDF, please click here:

Applicants must be current PRC Members or join the PRC at the time of submission. To sign up or renew, please click here:

Photographic Resource Center
832 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 975-0600

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April 16th-Photographer Peter Feldstein at the Harry Ransom Center

As part of the Harry Ransom Center   Focus on Photography event series Peter Feldstein will be speaking on April 16th at 7pm about his book The Oxford Project.

For information click here.

From the announcement:

In a Focus on Photography event, photographer Peter Feldstein discusses his new book The Oxford Project, a 20-year project photographing and interviewing the residents of Oxford, Iowa, on Thursday, April 16, at 7 p.m. at the Harry Ransom Center. A book signing follows.

In 1984, photographer Peter Feldstein set out to photograph every single resident of his town, Oxford, Iowa (pop. 676). He converted an abandoned storefront on Main Street into a makeshift studio and posted flyers inviting people to stop by. At first they trickled in slowly, but in the end, nearly all of Oxford stood before Feldstein’s lens.

Twenty years later, Feldstein decided to do it again. He invited writer Stephen G. Bloom to join him, and together they went in search of the Oxford residents Feldstein originally shot in 1984. Some had moved. Most had stayed. Others had passed away. All were marked by the passage of time.

What emerges is a living portrait of Small Town, USA, told with the words and images of its residents—then and now—and textured by their own words. It tells the compelling story of one archetypal American community—its struggles, accomplishments, failures, and secrets—and how it has both changed and stayed the same over the course of the years.

Feldstein will read from the book and narrate a slide presentation, followed by a question-and-answer discussion.

Seating is free, but limited.

This program will be WEBCAST live.

Read more about The Oxford Project in the Austin ChronicleThe New YorkerCNN, and the New York Times.

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April 17th-19th Creative Capital in Missoula, MT

The program  Creative Capital will be holding a Professional Development Program Weekend Retreat at Montana Arts Council

Apr 17 – Apr 19, 2009  Missoula, MT

To apply, please contact Cinda Holt at the Arts Council,


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