New England's Center for Photography

Founded in 1976, the Photographic Resource Center (PRC) is an independent non-profit organization located on the campus of Boston University. Consistently cited by the press as an important voice in photography, the PRC provides its members and the general public with thought-provoking exhibitions; distinctive education programs; wide-ranging resources; and unique special events.

The PRC is for all who love photography, not just photographers. For more information about joining and supporting this vital organization and community, click here for a special membership drive in honor of the 25th anniversary of the gallery. The programs and exhibitions of the PRC are made possible through the generous support of its members, individual supporters and donors, companies, Boston University, as well as various government and private foundations. The PRC is located at 832 Commonwealth Avenue, on the MBTA Green Line, B train, BU West stop, 4 stops West of Kenmore Square. For information on our hours, directions, and more, click here.

at boston university
832 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

Staff: Jim Fitts, Executive Director; Jason Landry, Project Manager; Caleb Cole, Coordinator of Administration and Membership; Alice Hall, volunteer librarian; and numerous interns.

Board of Directors: Cathy England (President), Eric Almquist, Marc Elliott, Andrew Epstein, Roger Farrington, Peter Fiedler, Rick Grossman, Michael Jacobson, Lou Jones, David Karp, Arlette Kayafas, Andrew Kessler, Nancy King, Gary Leopold, Susan Lewinnek, Walt Meissner, Les Nanberg, Olivia Parker, Neal Rantoul, Kim Sichel, Jonathan Singer, Bob Watts

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Guest accommodations are provided in part by the Hotel Commonwealth.
This website was designed by Matthew Nash. The brochure was designed by James Weinberg.
Graphics and printing support was provided by Bruce Myren/BeeDigital.