The Photo Center NW
Our friends at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland are looking for any photographer who is a current resident of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, British Columbia, or Alaska is invited to submit work for consideration. The selected work will be displayed in their 2014 Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers! This is a great opportunity to get some [...]
Core classes at PCNW lay a foundation for a solid photographic education. Our Photo I-III sequence covers a broad spectrum of creative, critical, and technical skills. Each class prepares you to step into the next level with the confidence you need to take on new skills and challenge your creative thinking. The sequence gives you the foundation to move onto advanced and elective coursework.
/* Prev / Next Badger Bunny, Dodge Pockets, Nevada Camas Prairi, Idaho Searching for roots, Lone Pine Ridge, Idaho Cherries, Marble Mountain Wilderness, California Finisia, The Hoop Sage Field, Lone Pine Ridge, Idaho JP Hartsong, Stoneberger Creek, Nevada This week we sat down with Adrian Chesser, an artist and long-time member of our community based here in the Northwest. Adrain has exhibited his [...]
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!
Photo Center NW is partnering with EMP on the opening night of Martin Schoeller: Close Up, which is on view at EMP November 16, 2013–February 16, 2014. The opening night is on November 15th, and Photo Center will have a portrait [...]
The week of October 7–12 will be an exciting one at Photo Center and we are looking forward to seeing you there! Conversation with the director: collecting photographs Artist lecture: theron humphrey Papers darkroom through digital October 8 FREE Conversations with the Director are open dialogues on subjects of interest; these are not formal presentations but group explorations. Please join us with [...]
During the 1930s, Seattle observed the national laws of Prohibition, but as a result, it was also home to some of the busiest speakeasies on the West Coast. Seattle’s proximity to Canada, and the use of boats to smuggle liquor on the Puget Sound, made it a veritable hub of iniquities, not the least of [...]
Don Wallen. Untitled. 1976. Courtesy Henry Art Gallery. As we gear up to celebrate our 20th anniversary with an exhibition and benefit event honoring the Northwest, Henry Art Gallery presents Out [o] Fashion, on view through September 1. This momentous exhibition, curated by Dr. Deborah Willis, features works by more than 50 photographers and explores the [...]