Palm Beach Photographic Center, West Palm Beach

Palm Beach Photographic Center, West Palm Beach

The Palm Beach Photographic Center is a visual arts organization, founded by Fatima Nejame. The center hosts free-of-charge workshops and is involved in a number of other projects. It seeks to actively promote the art of photography, particularly among the new generation.

It also houses a year-round museum and regularly organizes exhibitions. The center moved to the new library center in West Palm Beach in 2009, where they opened in a modern facility with more than 30,000 square feet. In the 1990s, the Center developed the annual FotoFusion photography festival, which has hosted international photographers such as Gordon Parks.
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Palm Beach Photographic Center on Map

Sight Name: Palm Beach Photographic Center
Sight Location: West Palm Beach, USA (See walking tours in West Palm Beach)
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery

Walking Tours in West Palm Beach, Florida

Create Your Own Walk in West Palm Beach

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West Palm Beach Introduction Walking Tour

West Palm Beach Introduction Walking Tour

Nicknamed “Orchid City”, “West Palm”, or simply “WPB”, West Palm Beach in South Florida owes its name to its location – immediately to the west of the adjacent Palm Beach.

The history of the region unfolds as a tale of encounters, conflicts, and transformations spanning centuries. The arrival of Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León in 1513 marked the dawn of the historic period,...  view more

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.7 Km or 2.3 Miles