Exhibits

Museum Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
  • Friday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
  • Sunday – Closed

Admission:

Free

21st Annual Members’ Juried Exhibition
AND
FOTOcamp 2017

On View: Aug 26 – Oct 28, 2017

Opening Reception: Aug 25th, 2017 6:00- 8:00pm

Exhibition Dates: Aug 26th to Oct 28th, 2017

The Palm Beach Photographic Centre proudly announces its 21st Annual Members’ Juried Exhibition, in our beautiful museum space in our facility in downtown West Palm Beach. The Members’ Exhibition is also showcased on our website.

The exhibition is open to photographers worldwide, both amateur and professional. Palm Beach Photographic Centre invites photographers working in all mediums and styles to participate. Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is proud to present the diverse and creative work of our community of photographic artist in this show, which features a wide range of styles and themes.

In addition to the Members’ Juried Exhibition, the Palm Beach Photographic Centre also will be presenting the FOTOcamp 2017 Exhibit, which will showcase impressive works by the emerging talent of young photographers who participated in this summer’s annual FOTOcamp program.

“Some of the kids participating in FOTOcamp this summer traveled here from all over to attend the camp,” says NeJame. “We had two sisters from the Ukraine this year, and a repeat student from Morocco. Others come annually from around the U.S., including Connecticut, California and Massachusetts, as well as from all over the state of Florida.”

Local Eyes, Global Views

Barron Collier / Alexander W. Dreyfoos / Leslie Slatkin

Opening Reception : November 21st

Exhibition Dates: November 21 – January 5

“Palm Beach Photographic Centre’s next exhibition will present __ stunning pictures, taken all over the world, by three of our most distinguished member photographers,” says NeJme.

 

+ Barron G. Collier, III: A longtime resident of Cody, Wyoming, who now has a home in Palm Beach, Collier is a strong supporter of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and has actively supported several other nonprofit organizations, including the Colorado Springs School, the upper Southfork Land Owners Association, and the Rehabilitation Center for Adults and Children in Palm Beach.

 

+ Alexander W. Dreyfoos: Palm Beach County’s leading cultural philanthropist, is chairman and owner of The Dreyfoos Group, a private capital management firm that grew out of the success of Photo Electronics Corp, which he formed in 1963. He was the founding chairman of the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, spearheaded the campaign to build the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, and was the guiding force behind the development and growth of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach.

 

+ Leslie Slatkin: The second place winner of the Photo Centre’s recent 21st annual Members’ Show, Slatkin lives in Palm Beach and says, “Having spent most of my life designing sets and wardrobe for advertising, it tuned my eye on how to look at spaces and people.
Extreme travel – North Korea, Patagonia, Cuba, Falkland Islands – has allowed me the opportunity to share my eye with others.”

 

The public is invited to a FREE opening reception on November 21st from 6 to 8 pm.