PSC Orientation Day 2013

PSC welcomed our new students and current students into 2013 with an Orientation Day on Monday! The students were introduced to their teachers and classmates and all enjoyed a very tasty BBQ by the Yarra.

Special thanks to our Graduates who came back to talk to the students about their experiences at PSC and beyond.

Bachelor of Photography Pathway Students 2013

Bachelor of  Photography Pathway Students get together during their recent summer intensive program with teachers Nic Kocher and Chris Canty to review their creative projects.

Well done everyone!

Bachelor of  Photography Pathway Students

An update from PSC Photojournalism Graduate Louise Cooper

Louise is now working as a full-time freelance photographer in Sydney. She shares her work between Australian Red Cross, News Life Media Photographic Studios and various clients.

She is currently working in Fiji & Vanuatu for 3 weeks in February & March- documenting their volunteer programs and the recovery from Cyclone Evan.

Louise’s barbershop concertina from her final year PSC folio is currently being exhibited at Artest as part of their 5 year anniversary.

She is also working with Head On Photo Festival as she did last year, curating and installing shows as well as project managing curation and installs at galleries. She is also an associated exhibiting artist as part of the Head On Photo Festival along with her PSC final year Mentor Simon O’Dwyer.

Featured here are Louise’s images from a recent shoot with Olympian Diver Matt Mitcham.

 


PSC’s Senior Fellow Michael Coyne featuring in group exhibition at MGA

Monash Gallery of Art
860 Ferntree Gully Road
Wheelers Hill Victoria 3150
Exhibition Opening: Saturday 16th February, from 2pm
Exhibition Dates: 8 February – 28 April 2013

A NEW exhibition reflecting on the complex subject of ‘peace’ will open next month at the Monash Gallery of Art.

The exhibition, from the Australian photography collective Degree South, will feature images from Australian photojournalists Tim Page, Ashley Gilbertson, Stephen Dupont, Ben Bohane, Michael Coyne, Jack Picone and the late Sean Flynn.

The photographs tackle the topic of peace in the face of conflict, with scenes from the Vietnam war, the war in Afghanistan and Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.

OPENING SATURDAY EVENTS: 16 FEBRUARY 2013

°SOUTH photographers Michael Coyne and Ben Bohane will be at MGA from 2PM to chat about their experience of ‘What peace looks like’ from their assignments around the world.

Then iconic Australian actor Jack Thompson, AM will open MGA’s upcoming exhibition PEACE on Saturday 16 February 2013 at 3.00pm.

Image – Michael Coyne:  A man prays at a religious service in Soweto South Africa

PSC graduate Zoe Wetherall WINS !

Congratulations to PSC graduate Zoe Wetherall for doing so well in the 2013 International Photography Awards single-image competition, One Shot: Spaces.

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Image – Leoni Branninghan: Kaylen

Susan Fereday / Infinite Image

Centre for Contemporary Photography
404 George Street Fitzroy VIC 3065
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 7 February 2013, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: 8 February – 24 March 2013

Photography Studies College and The PrintShop@PSC are proud supporters.

Susan Fereday’s work was proudly printed by The PrintShop@PSC using our Fine Art Print services.

Infinite Image revisits two earlier bodies of Susan Fereday’s work: The Object of Photography (1994) and Untitled Found Objects (1993) in the context of her new series of photographs Infinite Image (2012), which explores the infinite malleability of the digital image.

For many years, Fereday has re-photographed small details of magazine advertisements to resemble classic ‘UFO photos’, which she presents alongside suspended glass and metal plates that also mimic UFO forms. Her arrangements of suspended mirrors and plates, along with the shadows and refracted shapes they cast onto the gallery walls, evoke the displacement of desire through the allure of commodity fetishism. They ‘earth’ the photographic imagery, sharing their correlation of shape, and re-presenting their banal materiality as spectacle.

 

RELATED LINKS

Susan Fereday’s exhibition All Seeing opens at Sarah Scout Gallery, Melbourne, on Saturday 9 February, 3-5pm.
sarahscoutpresents.com

 

New part time students start their first class

Great to welcome the new part time students to PSC today!  Look forward to hearing about your awareness walk next week.