Nights at the Photographic Resource Center hosted by Bruce Myren
Related Member: Bruce Myren
Nights at the PRC, a program developed by George Slade, former PRC Curator, is a great opportunity to show your work in a supportive informal critique environment.
Dog days of summer got you down? Please join us on July 23 to beat the heat and share your summer-themed imagery! All mediums and styles welcome. Six presenter slots available, and plenty of room for audience (we're air conditioned!).
Bruce Myren is a photographer and educator based in Cambridge, MA. Myren's research centers on issues of place, history, and memory; projects include The Fortieth Parallel, and Fort Juniper, in his hometown of Amherst. Exhibited nationally, his photographs have been published in PDNedu, Fraction Magazine, View Camera Magazine, Huffington Post, Petapixel, and Slate. In 2014, he received a Cambridge Arts Council grant to photograph the Washington Elm on Cambridge Common. He is represented in Boston by Gallery Kayafas. www.brucemyren.com.
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