Welcome to the Park West Camera Club!
The Park West Camera Club is one of the oldest, largest and most active non-profit camera clubs in New York City. Founded in 1937, PWCC offers beginners as well as experienced photographers a variety of programs, including photo competitions and critiques; lectures by contemporary professional photographers; member portfolio presentations; workshops and technical demonstrations on technique, gear, software and printing; gallery exhibits; field trips (local, national and international); model shoots; and an award-winning monthly newsletter. Membership is open to all with
a love of photography.
Park West Camera Club meets weekly on Monday nights at 7:00 PM at:
Soho Photo Gallery
15 White Street (in Tribeca)
New York, NY
Interested photographers are welcome to visit our Monday meetings and make inquiries regarding membership between 6:30 and 7:00 PM. The club year begins in September but you may join at any time. Dues are $150.00 per year and are pro-rated for new members joining after October. Download an application or email us for more information at: email@example.com. Note: To register an account on this website you MUST be a dues-paying member.
Latest News & Events
» To commemorate its 80th Anniversary, Park West Camera Club is presenting an exhibit of photos from its archive collection, as well as a
digital slideshow of images by current members, at Soho Photo Gallery in Tribeca. The exhibit runs through June 3, 2017.
For information on the Soho Photo Gallery and directions visit http://sohophoto.com/.
» PWCC's Expanding Visions 23, a seven-week workshop that combines field trips with class instructions, starts on May 18th. This year's theme is "Hand Held."
Expanding Visions is open to all interested photographers. For more details and a class syllabus, see the April 2017 Photo Notes newsletter.
» PWCC is a co-sponsor of 'A City Seen - Todd Webb's Postwar New York, 1945-1960,' on view at the Museum of the City of New York from May 16 through
September 4, 2017. The exhibition contains more than 100 images and entries from Webb’s own journal that highlight Todd Webb’s personal exploration of
New York in the years following World War II. For more information visit the Museum of the City of New York's website.
May 25, 2017: Expanding Visions 23 Field Trip #1 (meet at Madison Square Park, Broadway/23rd St. at 6:30PM)
May 29, 2017: No meeting - Memorial Day
June 1, 2017: Expanding Visions 23 Field Trip #2 - Lincoln Center, Broadway @ 64th St.
June 3, 2017: Field Trip - Lower East Side Gardens & Streets (meet at SE corner of E. 8th St. & 2nd Ave. at 1:00PM)
June 5, 2017: Year-End Competition - judged by David Chalk, Meryl Meisler and Marilyn Stern