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National Events & News > Exhibits

A listing of photographic galleries throughout the state and galleries hosting members' exhibits.

Member's Exhibitions & Events
A listing of photographic galleries around the state and galleries hosting member's exhibitions.

State, National, and International Exhibits:

Stephen L. Clark Gallery

1101 West Sixth Street. Southwest corner of W. Sixth and Baylor Street. 512-477-0934.

The People's Gallery at City Hall
301 W. 2nd Street, 78701. 512.974.7700. M-F, 8a-5p. Juried Group Exhibition including Tom Athey [Austin], thru January 8, 2015.

Corpus Christi
The Art Museum of South Texas
1902 N. Shoreline Blvd.

Sun to Moon Gallery
1515 Levee St. 214-745-1199.

Fort Worth
Fort Worth Community Art Center
1300 Gendy Street. The Long Awaiting of the Never Was: Stories woven through the transparent layers of time, including works by Sharon Shero, thru August 23.

Catherine Couturier Gallery
2635 Colquitt, 77098. 713.524.5070. Tu-Sa: 10a-5p.

FotoFest Headquarters
1113 Vine Street. 713-223-5522.

Houston Center for Photography
1441 West Alabama. 713-529-4755.

Museum of Fine Arts
1001 Bissonnet at Main.

Houston Club, 910 Louisiana Street, One Shell Plaza, Suite 4900. 713-225-3257, M-F 8-5.

Houston Public Library, Central Library, 500 McKinney, Houston, TX, 77002, 832-393-1313.

Johnson City
A Smith Gallery
105 N. Nugent. 512-422-4080.
Downtown, a group exhibition juried by Peter Liepke, thru July 27. Artist Reception: July 26, 4p-7p.

TCC Gallery
207 N. Center Street. 75601. 902.236.4686.
Observations: photographs by Tammy Cromer-Campbell [Longview], thru September 12, 2014.

LHUCA, The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts
511 Avenue K, 79401. Tu-Sat: 11a-5p. 806.762.8606. Shadow and Silhouette: photographs by Ashton Thornhill. Show runs thru August 30.

SRO Gallery
Texas Tech University. 18th Street and Flint Avenue. M-F 8-5, Sa 10-5, Su 12-4.

Rockport Center for Arts
902 Navigation Circle, 78382. 361.729.5519. Tu-Sa: 10a-4p. Su: 1p-4p.

San Antonio
Southwest School of Arts and Crafts
Ursuline Hall Gallery. 300 Augusta, 78205. 210.224.1848. Long, Long Journey to the Sea, an exhibition of 16 x 20 albumen prints by Timothy H. McCoy. September 11-November 9. Opening Reception: Thursday, September 11, 6p-8p.

San Marcos
Wittliff Collections at Texas State University
Alkek Library. 512-245-2313. Exhibitions from the Southwestern & Mexican Photography Collection have been described as "world class" by critics and scholars on both sides of the border.

Texas Photo Festival
Smithville, Texas Chamber of Commerce will host the 6th annual Texas Photo Festival on October 11th and 12th.  The Texas Photo Festival is a unique event for photographers of all kinds.  Whether you’re a professional photographer looking to add to your portfolio or an amateur enthusiast the Texas Photofest is sure to have something for you. The event includes classes, photo critiques, on-set instructors, contest, Photography showings, gallery openings and a Photographer Mixer. Visit for more information.

Martin Museum
Baylor University. 60 Baylor Avenue. 254.710.6390.

CA, Camarillo
Studio Channel Islands Art Center
Blackboard Studio. 2221 Ventura Blvd, 93010. 805.383.1368.

CA, Los Angeles
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
104 East Fourth Street. 90013. 323.646.9427. Unbound: Six Women Artist, including works by Linda Alterwitz. Show runs thru August 30.

Luckman Gallery
The Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts Complex, 5151 State University Dr. 323.343.6600.

CA, San Francisco
4x5 Gallery
442 Haight St. 415.683.0730. Home: a juried group exhibition including work by Jane Paradise. Closing date TBA.

CT, Greenwich
Flinn Gallery
101 West Putnam Avenue, 06830, 203.622.7947.

CO, Fort Collins
The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 North College Avenue. Mythos: photographs by Tami Bone, thru May 31st in North Gallery. Starlings: a Juried exhibition including photograph by Dianne Yudelson, August 30, 2014.

MA, Boston
Panopticon Gallery
502c Commonwealth Ave. 617-267-8929.

Pucker Gallery
171 Newbury Street. 617.267.9473. Photographs by Fran Forman with an introductory essay by Aline Smithson in November 2014.

MA, Lenox
Sohn Fine Art Gallery
69 Church Street. 413.551.7353. SELECTED WORKS BY SOHN FINE ART'S REPRESENTED ARTISTS including Fran Forman, thru August 18. New Location and Grand Opening Reception, Sat. August 16, 3p-7p.

MA, Worcester
Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery
Worcester State University. 486 Chandler St. 508.929.8163. Regarding Landscape including Frank Armstrong and Stephen DiRado, from November 6 to December 11. Opening Artist Reception, November 6, 5p-7p.

MN, Minneapolis
MPLS Photo Center
5400 North 2nd Street, 55411. 612.643.3511.

NM, Alburquerque
Casa Rondena Winery
Showing at 1629 gallery. 733 Chavez Rd, 87107. 505.452.7208.

NM, Santa Fe
photo-eye Gallery
376-A Garcia Street. 505.988.5159.

VERVE Gallery of Photography
219 E. Marcy Street. 505.982.5009.

NV, Las Vegas
Trifecta Gallery
107 East Charleston Blvd #135. 702.366.7001. Insight: photographs by Linda Alterwitz. Thru July 27.

NY, Bronx
Focal Point Gallery
321 City Island Avenue, 10464. 718.885.1403.

NY, New Paltz
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
1 Hawk Drive (75 S. Manheim Boulevard for GPS). 845.257.3844. Worlds of Wonder, curated by Ian Berry and including work by Kay Kenny, thru November 9, 2014.

NY, New York
Leica Gallery
670 Broadway Suite 500. 212-777-3051.

New York Center for Photographic Arts
124 West 60th Street #44F. 917.359.2642. Animals: An International Juried Exhibition, including photographs by first prize winner Dianne Yudelson. thru September 2014.

NY, Woodstock
Center for Photography
59 Tinker Street. 12498. 845.679.9957. The Space Between: Redefining Public and Personal in Smartphone Photography, curated by Henry Jacobson. Thru August 31.

OR, Astoria
Lightbox Photographic Gallery
1045 Marine Drive. 503.468.0238. Tu-Sa: 11a-5:30p.

OR, Portland
Black Box Gallery
811 East Burnside St. #212. 97214.

Blue Sky Gallery
122 NW 8th Avenue. Tu-Sa: 12-5p. Avoid Naples: images by Stan Raucher in the Pacific NW Viewing Drawers, thru March 2015.

Newspace Center for Photography
1632 SE 10th Avenue, 97214. 503.963.1935. M-TR: 10a-10:30p, F-SA: 10a-6p.

Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Avenue, 97205. 503.222.1741. M-F: 8:45a-5p.

PDX Contemporary Arts
925 NW Flanders. 503.222.0063. TU-SA: 11a-6p.

Page updated July 20, 2014

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