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PRC 2013 Student Exhibition
This annual showcase of work by students enrolled in PRC Institutional Member schools demonstrates the breadth of Boston’s photographic education community. View the creative talents of tomorrow on display today, and gain an appreciation for the diversity of young, contemporary photographic visions (and the remarkable range of academic programs supporting them) that surround the PRC.
Juror Neal Rantoul selected five students to receive certificates from this year's sponsors, Mac-on-Campus and X-rite. The PRC staff selected the winner for the Image Award, whose photograph is used on all marketing materials and promotion for the exhibition. Congratuations to all of this year's award recipients!
Best of Show
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Juror Neal Rantoul is a career artist and teacher. He has taught photography since 1971. He is an emeritus professor and was head of the Photography Program at Northeastern University for thirty years and taught for thirteen years at Harvard University as well. He retired from Northeastern in January 2012. Rantoul has work in numerous public and private collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston); the DeCordova Sculpture Museum and Sculpture Park (Lincoln, MA); the Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA); the High Museum (Atlanta, GA); the Kunsthaus (Zurich, Switzerland); the Center for Creative Photography (Tucson, AZ); and Princeton University (NJ). He is the recipient of many awards and grants, including a Whiting Foundation Fellowship; a Lightwork residency (Syracuse, NY); RSDF, FDP and IDF grants from Northeastern University; and he was a finalist twice for the Massachusetts Cultural Council award. Rantoul is an active member of the Board of Directors of the PRC and is on the Board of Corporators at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Since retiring Rantoul has been teaching workshops, traveling, and making new work. He has two shows coming up in April 2013, one at the Danforth Museum in Framingham and another at Panopticon Gallery in Boston.
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2013 Participating institutions
The PRC’s 2013 exhibition program is supported by a generous grant from the Lois and Richard England Family Foundation.