The PHOTOVILLE Festival, New York City’s FREE premier photo destination, returns on September 18 for its 10th anniversary year with a free community day, virtual online storytelling events, artist talks, workshops, demonstrations, educational programs, community programming, and open-air exhibitions across parks and public spaces throughout New York City till December 1, 2021.
Your contributions allow us to build a sustainable future for our organization as we continue to expand our support of the visual storytelling community.
Outdoor Exhibitions are on view starting Sept 18 throughout the city and are best viewed in Daylight hours and are open whenever the park or space is open to the public. (we recommend between 6am – 7pm daily)
For more information about our festival please check out our FAQ page.
Explore Exhibitions in all 5 boroughs
Please Note that from Oct 2 – 11, the Exhibitions placed at the end of Pier 3 have been relocated to the South Side of Pier 3 due to an event hosted by Brooklyn Bridge Park: The People That Are Within These Frames: A Community Offers Self-Portraits, In Our Eyes, dándoles sus flores (giving them their flowers, Small Details, Stoop Stories: City Kids, System Error and Teaching Creativity: Making Art in a Pandemic
Professional Development with Photoville and Diversify Photo.
With support from Leica
Learn how to write successful grants, proposals, and pitches and about the in’s and out’s of being a photo editor.
Freelance Safety Clinic
Sept. 29, 30 & Oct. 1 – Freelance Safety Clinic
Presented in partnership with The ACOS Alliance, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and the Frontline Freelance Register.
Are you a freelance photojournalist or documentary photographer in need of some expert, one-to-one advice on safety, risk assessment, digital security, or trauma management?
Photoville Education includes programs for educators and students to engage with the festival. Join us on Sept 18 for our Educator Lab, a professional development workshop for arts educators, and throughout the month of October for in-person and virtual youth programs.