The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is a non-profit visual arts organization dedicated to the enrichment of life through exhibitions, community programs, workshops and other educational activities that promote the arts of photography and digital imaging. The Centre’s programming is divided into five sections: Year-round museum and gallery exhibitions Master photography and digital imaging workshops The annual five-day international FOTOfusion® festival Year-round community education programs FOTObasics+, FOTOinsights Lecture Series, FOTOcamp for children, and the Picture My World community outreach program for at-risk youth Travel Workshops Each year the Centre offers over 300 photography and digital imaging workshops with world-renowned photographers and digital imaging artists such as Vincent Versace, Robert Farber, Laurence Gartel, Douglas Kirkland, Lewis Kemper, and Ross Whitaker, and many others. Our learning environment is electric. Under the tutelage of professionals committed to sharing their skills and encouraging the growth of others, participants can develop creative potential, expand their vision, and master a broad range of photographic and digital imaging applications. Centre workshops are different than most others in that we stress the creative, visionary process. We encourage an open forum for ideas. After years of professional immersion, our instructors communicate the intuitive and intangible so vital to personal expression.
Palm Beach Photographic Centre
415 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, United States
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