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‘Diptychs and Triptychs’ with Emily Belz, 3/21/19

    Join us Thursday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m., for a lively evening of conversation, photo viewing, and connection on the theme of Diptychs and Triptychs, hosted by guest presenter Emily Belz.

    PRC Nights are evenings of conversation that are free and open to all. A guest host selects a theme and leads with a presentation of their work. PRC members have the opportunity to show their own work related to that night’s theme and to garner feedback. We provide some food and drink, and everyone is welcome to bring refreshments, too.

    Find out more about PRC Nights here, including how to sign up to present your work and what to bring.

    Date: Thursday, March 21, 6:30-8 p.m.
    Artist Host: Emily Belz
    Theme: Diptychs and Triptychs
    Location: Lunder Arts Center, Room 321, 1801 Mass Ave, Porter Square, Cambridge. Paid parking is available on the street and in the parking lot behind University Hall (accessed from Roseland Street).

    ABOUT THE NIGHT: Do you work with combinations of two, three, or even four images? Do you enjoy joining images together in diptychs or triptychs to either break up a picture plane or to create works of meaningful association? During this PRC Night, we’ll discuss the dynamic potential and possibilities that come from placing images together in groupings of two or more. If diptychs and triptychs are of interest to you, then sign up to share your work, or come to engage and discuss the work and issues at this free evening of conversation.

    ‘When the Rains Came’ from the series Memory Lines by Emily Belz

    ABOUT THE HOST: Emily Belz is a photographer and educator based in Cambridge, MA. Her work focuses on domestic still lifes, and reveals a strong affinity for light, space, and color.

    Emily has exhibited her photographs both regionally and nationally at venues including the Center for Fine Art Photography; the Griffin Museum of Photography; and the Danforth Museum. She was the recipient of a 2014 artist grant from the Cambridge Arts Council, a 2015 Critical Mass Finalist, and was awarded the Manoog Family artist residency in 2018. In 2019, Emily will have solo exhibits at Gallery Kayafas and the Danforth Museum. She is represented by Gallery Kayafas in Boston.

    Emily holds a BA in photography and art history from Hampshire College (1997), an MA in art and design education from the Rhode Island School of Design (2009), and an MFA from the New Hampshire Institute of Art (2017). She teaches classes and workshops at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA and Lasell College in Newton, MA.

    When not making photographs she can be found sailing with her husband and young son, and chasing the light.