Strong themes of landscape as metaphor, self-discovery, and identity run through this seventh-year exhibition of work by junior and senior college photography students, hosted this year by the PRC.
Artist, photography professor and independent curator Greer Muldowney founded Undergraduate Photography Now! to showcase the work of some of the best, brightest and fresh talent attending New England’s certificate and bachelor’s degree programs. Noted photographer Caleb Cole joined Greer to jury this year’s show.
The exhibition opens April 1 and runs through Thursday, April 18, with a closing reception open to the public from 6-8:30 p.m. Mounted by the PRC in the lower-level Gallery of University Hall, 1815 Mass Ave, Porter Square, Cambridge, the show includes work from 21 students at 11 New England schools:
- Boston College
- Clark University
- Emerson College
- Lesley Art + Design
- Massachusetts College of Art and Design
- New England School of Photography
- Roger Williams University
- School of the Museum of Fine Arts
- U Mass Dartmouth
- Westfield State University
Undergraduate Photography Now! is also supported by Gallery Kayafas and Lesley Art + Design.
University Hall is just steps away from the Red Line Porter Square T-Stop, as well as stops for the 77, 96, 83, and 87 bus routes. Paid parking is available on the street and in the parking lot behind University Hall, accessed from Roseland Street.
Here’s a small sample of what you’ll see: