The Photo Center Northwest
PCNW is proud to offer need-based scholarships to cover partial and full class tuition. We encourage all potential students in need of financial help to apply. Applications must be turned in by December 4th. Click here to download an application. If you have any questions please e-mail Jennifer Brendicke at email@example.com. APPLICATION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 4th
All men of African diasporal descent in the Northwest are invited to submit a photograph for Seen; images will be reviewed by the curatorial team in December 2013, and selections will be printed and exhibited at PCNW concurrent with Question Bridge: Black Males from January 16–March 8, 2014. In one photograph, what would you say? Digital files should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Seen” in the subject line, or dropped off on a CD. Image resolution should be at least 300 dpi for quality printing. Tell us about your picture —stories or titles are encouraged. If your image is selected for inclusion you will be notified via email in late December.
Winter 2014 classes are now posted! Click here for a full listing of classes and make sure to register by December 18! PCNW is proud to offer need-based scholarships. Click here to apply by December 4th!
LaToya Ruby Frazier is a photographer and media artist whose practice is informed by late 19th- and early 20th-century modes of representation; she investigates issues of class, politics, and the importance of subjectivity. She will discuss her recent work, including the use of gelatin silver printing as well as video in her practice, engage in conversation on the evolution of her artistic career, and offer a group critique of attendees' work.
|The creative portrait||Master Class: LaToya Ruby Frazier||the influence of cinema|
|with Keeara Rhoades
Create an expressive portfolio that illuminates the potential for meaning in the photographic likeness. Explore how different contexts and circumstances can shape our representations of others, or ourselves.
|December 15, 2013
LaToya Ruby Frazier investigates issues of class, politics, and the importance of subjectivity. She will engage in conversation on the evolution of her artistic career, and offer a group critique of attendees’ work.
|with Hanita Schwartz & Julia Fryett
Investigate the influence of classic cinema by studying multi-disciplinary artists and reveal the cinematic in photography and the photographic in cinema.
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|close to home||PHOTO I-III SEQUENCE||community, identity, Photography|
|with Zack Bent
Explore elements of domestic life through creative photographic and video projects. The broad framework of this class will allow meditations, projects, images and stories to become integral parts of the creative process.
|The Photo I-III sequence covers a broad spectrum of creative and critical thinking and technical skills. Each class prepares you to move onto the next one with the confidence you need to take on new skills and challenge your creative thinking.
||with Molly Landreth
Discover artists working with ideas of community and identity, developing your own unique voice and vision through a new (or existing) photography project with weekly critiques, peer edits and discussion.
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