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On Collecting

A deeper look into the art of collecting photography with PCNW community members “I really don’t think of myself as a collector. It’s not about acquiring. It’s about  supporting. I have always loved supporting artists and purchased work from people …

On Collecting

A deeper look into the art of collecting photography with PCNW community members “The only emphasis I have is I collect things that I want to look at for a long time, either because the work is simply beautiful or …

March 2021 Member Showcase

For this month’s membership showcase, we are pleased to share the work of Joan Dinkelspiel and Janet Heineck. We thank them for their submissions, and we hope you enjoy what they have shared. JOAN DINKELSPIEL – member since 2011 What …

PCNW’s Holiday Gift Guide

LOOKING FOR HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS? Give the gift of photography! Whether you’re looking to learn a new skill, add a print to your collection, or support the burgeoning photographer in your home we have something for everyone. Winter is a great time …

An Interview with Alana Perino

Alana Perino is an exhibiting arts in PCNW’s 23rd annual juried exhibition, curated by Kris Graves. Tell us about yourself, where you’re from, and when you first discovered your love of photography. As a photographer I am interested in how …

Washington State High School Photography Competition

CALL FOR ENTRIES What is the Washington State High School Photography Competition? An annual event designed to showcase the finest photographers in Washington state high schools. Who can enter? Any student grades 9-12 currently enrolled in a Washington state public, …

PCNW Presents: This Might Not Work Lecture Series

PCNW is proud to present the series This Might Not Work, a self-perpetuating chain of performances, presentations, lectures, and beneficial experiences organized by recent UW BFA graduates Hami Bohadori and Matt Bell.  This Might Not Work occurs once a month at PCNW …

Share your Answers! Richard Renaldi: Touching Strangers

As PCNW prepares to present Richard Renaldi’s Touching Strangers exhibition in our gallery, its first  time being exhibited outside of NYC, we have some questions for you! Share your answers in the comments section, or on paper at our gallery! What …
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