Since its founding, HCP has earned an international reputation for exhibitions of current and relevant work that have helped to define the state of photography. HCP's exhibitions have included works by some of the most important photographers of the 20th and 21st centuries, as well as the work of many emerging photographers who are now established professionals.
CALL FOR ENTRIES - Learning Curve 10: HCP’s Student Exhibition
DEADLINE - JUNE 26 at MidnightJuried by Patricia Restrepo, Curatorial Associate & Business Manager, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Learning Curve is an annual exhibition of selected work made by HCP´s students from the past year. From digital to alternative processes, the exhibition highlights the various educational programs HCP offers through its Learning Center.
The Houston Center for Photography offers over 300 workshops and classes a year
ranging in skill level and medium reaching over 1,000 lifelong learners. The instructors
that lead these photography workshops are local professional photographers
and artists that are able to share their knowledge with the Houston community.
In addition to the group of instructors from Houston, HCP also hosts classes
taught by visiting artists from across the nation such as Duane Michals,
Dornith Doherty, Susan Burnstine, Henry Horenstein, and Joni Sternbach.
With a large and experienced group of instructors, HCP is able to
offer something to students of all levels and photographic experiences.
HCP's next Learning Curve exhibition is on view in the East Gallery from September 1, 2017 to October 15, 2017.