Archive for April, 2012

PSC Part Time Student Sarah McLay Exhibition

April 30, 2012

1000 pounds bend cafe 361 Lt Lonsdale Street Melbourne Exhibition Dates: 1 May–31 May 2012 This series explores the meeting point between reality and fantasy. The juxtaposition of photo and painting simultaneously unifies and exaggerates the disparity of the subject to her surroundings, as we, the viewer make the journey ourselves into and out of reality.

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Third year art major students recent visit to Gold Street Studios

April 30, 2012

Third year art major students recently visited Gold Street Studios in Trentham where they participated  in the Alternative Processes Workshop. Students made cyanotypes and van dyke browns. Gold St studios is run by Ellie Young (who is a PSC graduate) http://www.goldstreetstudios.com.au/

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Congratulations to first year student Sharon Johnston

April 30, 2012

First year part time student Sharon Johnston has recently been selected for exhibition as part of the Head On Portrait Festival. “The Head On Photo Festival is a major innovative showcase for Australian and international photography, reflecting a vibrant, diverse cross-section of new and traditional photographic practices. It is the largest event of its kind […]

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PSC Weekly Wrap

April 27, 2012

STUDENT: Caterina Fizzano, Second year, full time ASSIGNMENT: Trip to India with charity group Traditional Healthcare documenting in the village of Datam the people, local life and the efforts being made to building a healthcare clinic. STUDENT COMMENT: At the start of 2012 I was fortunate enough to follow a small Melbourne based charity group called […]

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Remember our little old log cabin & A Frame at Chewton?

April 21, 2012

Remember our little old log cabin & A Frame at Chewton? Its gone ‘Green”!! Here’s a call to arms for anyone who wants a day in the bush!! Longer term PSC students and many graduates will remember our rural Chewton campus (complete with log cabin) and the weekend photographic workshops (through rain and shine) amid the […]

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PSC Weekly Wrap

April 20, 2012

STUDENT: Rachel Gedye, 3rd Year FT Commercial Major ASSIGNMENT: 2nd Year, 2nd Semester Major Project STUDENT COMMENT: I chose to create a recipe book for my 4th semester major folio. I wanted to create a nostalgic feel reminding viewers of cooking treats with their mothers and grandmothers. I chose this project because I wasn’t confident […]

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Friday Laughs

April 13, 2012

This video is soooo funny, and very often so true, what do you guys think lol?  

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The PrintShop @ PSC – New Fine Art Papers Launched

April 13, 2012

  The PrintShop @ PSC is pleased to announce that we’ve added 2 new inkjet papers: Harman Gloss Baryta Warm Tone & Hahnemuhle PhotoRag Bright White Harman Gloss Baryta Warm Tone 320g.s.m. A fibre based paper which gives creamy whites & velvety black, with an Alumina coating ensuring a high degree of glossiness, optical image […]

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PSC Weekly Wrap

April 13, 2012

STUDENT: Jordan Bollen, 3rd Year FT Fine Art Major ASSIGNMENT: 2nd Year, 2nd Semester Major Project STUDENT COMMENT: For my final folio of second year I decided to try and improve my conceptual development, I wanted to start with a concept or idea based on personal experience and let the images flow from there. The […]

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PSC Graduate Tristan Davies Exhibition

April 12, 2012

Brunswick Street Gallery 322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy Exhibition Opening: Friday 13th April from 6pm Exhibition Dates: 13 April–26 May 2012 We are thrilled to announce the (Nec)Romanticism exhibition, by PSC Graduate Tristan Davies. (Nec)Romanticism is an ongoing photographic search for eternity and an impalpable muse in the shadows, cities, animals and objects of both the real and […]

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