2022 Advanced Member Virtual Showcase

Exhibition News
2022 Virtual Advanced Member ShowcaseNow available to view online
CPW is pleased to announce the 2022 Virtual Advanced Member Showcase, highlighting the work of our Advanced Membership. This exhibition includes work from 15 photographers featuring a variety of styles and techniques, demonstrating the multiplicity of this select group.
Featured artists include:
Manuel Acevedo, Gail Albert, David Comora, Rodger Friedman, Judit German-Heins, Alan Hans, Dave Higgins, Nicol Hockett, Diane King, Ruth Lauer-Manenti, Joel Mandelbaum, Patrick G. Ryan, Barbara Taff, Curtis Widem, and Michael Yood.  

Exhibition News

2022 Virtual Advanced Member Showcase
Now available to view online

CPW is pleased to announce the 2022 Virtual Advanced Member Showcase, highlighting the work of our Advanced Membership. This exhibition includes work from 15 photographers featuring a variety of styles and techniques, demonstrating the multiplicity of this select group.

Featured artists include:

Manuel Acevedo, Gail Albert, David Comora, Rodger Friedman, Judit German-Heins, Alan Hans, Dave Higgins, Nicol Hockett, Diane King, Ruth Lauer-Manenti, Joel Mandelbaum, Patrick G. Ryan, Barbara Taff, Curtis Widem, and Michael Yood. 

Exhibition Catalogue


The 2022 Virtual Advanced Member Showcase catalogue is now online.

This catalogue beautifully displays the work that the CPW community of photographers produces. 15 artists have participated in this showcase.
All images are copyright of the respective artists.
Cover image: David Comora, Remnants of Things Left Behind-1, 2021

WOODSTOCK AIR 2022


Deadline to Submit: Monday, March 7


Woodstock AIR was created in 1999 to support photography-based artists of color, and to expand the dialogue around diversity, race, and identity in the context of social justice. Since then 146 artists, writers, and curators have come through the program. Support includes a $2,000 honorarium, access to CPW’s digital lab, living space with a large studio equipped with a large format printer, Imacon scanner, editing setup, and ample workspace, as well as critical and technical support.
If you feel you could benefit from a 4-6 week creative period in a nurturing environment, please apply now. If you know of others who would benefit from the experience, please share this call with them. Anybody may apply, however, priority will be given to artists of color or those whose work engages with topics of diversity and race in the context of social justice.
The deadline to apply is Monday, March 7 at midnight EST.
The application fee for WOODSTOCK AIR 2022 has been waived due to the generous support of the Joy of Giving Something Foundation.