Book Night: 10/26/11
Book Night
With Guest Host, Neal Rantoul
Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
Open to all photographers who have an interest in photobooks and the process of self-publishing. Held in celebration of the Indie Photobook Library, a selection of which was on display at the PRC during this event.

Neal Rantoul is a career artist and teacher. He has taught photography since 1971. He is currently head of the Photography Program at Northeastern University and taught for thirteen years at Harvard University as well as at the New England School of Photography. Rantoul has work in numerous public and private collections. Among those are: the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, the Fogg Art Museum, the High Museum in Atlanta, the Kunsthaus in Zurich, the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, and Princeton University. He is the recipient of many awards and grants including a Whiting Foundation Fellowship, a Lightwork (Syracuse, NY) residency, RSDF, FDP and IDF grants from Northeastern University, and was a finalist twice for the Massachusetts Cultural Council award. Rantoul is member of the Board of Directors of the PRC.

A book of his photographs, American Series, was published by Pond Press in 2006 and is available on Amazon.com. He has also self-published books of his work.

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