The SE Center for Photography has opened in Greenville, SC, as "an exhibition and education venue promoting the art and enjoyment of fine photography."
The SEC4P plans to offer monthly juried exhibitions as well as solo or group shows in its gallery space in an old industrial building in West Greenville.
The current show up at the SEC4P is a juried show of B + W images, including Greenville, SC-based photographer Kathryn Oliver's image Vera and the Pigs, above.
Their next show opens this Friday, November 6th, 2015, and features work deemed by the juror to represent Narrative Portraits.
This show also includes work by Oliver (see image August Days, above), as well as work from a lot of other good photographers who, as best I can understand, are Not From Around Here.
The SEC4P is located at 1239 Pendleton Street in the Village of West Greenville, a former textile mill village now being transformed into an arts district for this thriving city in South Carolina's northwestern corner.
The SEC4P has also issued calls for work for future shows (go here), and lined up a number of photographers for future solo shows (see current list here -- scroll down to see the list).
Solo shows now on the calendar for 2016 include work by Louisiana-based photographer Ann George and Chapel Hill, NC-based photographer Lori Vrba.
Good to see another fine venue for photography opening up in the American South. Long may the folks at the SEC4P thrive!