Providence Center for Photographic Arts
(Formerly Peter Miller Fine Art Photography Gallery)
Do you love photography? Are you looking for a way to connect with other photographers? Do you want to advance your skills? Exhibit your work? Get more involved in photo-based media? Become a member of PCPA!
PCPA was founded to inspire creative development and provide opportunities to engage with the community through exhibitions, publications, education, and mutual support. We strive to advance our members’ careers, strengthen the appreciation of photo-based media, and foster dialogue around innovation in the arts.
Current Exhibit: 3rd Open Call Juried Photography
Jurored by Paula Tognarelli
Opening Reception: Thursday February 16, from 5:00 to 9:00pm.
Awards Reception: Thursday March 9.
Exhibition, February 16 – March 11, 2017
PCPA presents a broad range of work from established and emerging photographers in its 3rd Open Call exhibit, jurored by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography.
The “open call” is a collection of 66 images selected from nearly 1400 pieces submitted for the competition. The open format allowed artists to submit pieces that best represented their work, told their story, the drive, motivation, and inspiration of their creative process. While the exhibit was planned without a theme, Paula Tognarelli’s selections follow an interesting thread of subject matter and composition that visually unites this creative body of work.
See the online exhibit….
Providence Center for Photographic Arts Photography Gallery, Providence RI
PCPA is located in the Russell House (built in 1772) in downtown Providence, around the corner from the Providence Art Club and across the street from Mill’s Tavern Restaurant at 118 North Main Street, 2nd floor.
The gallery is open Fridays and Saturdays from 1:00 – 4:00 pm and by appointment.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (401) 225-6792 with any questions. Visit the gallery online. Find us on FaceBook and Twitter.