As Good As Gold – Exhibition

Colour Factory Gallery
409 Gore Street
Fitzroy

Exhibition Opening: 6pm Thursday 3 April
Exhibition Dates: 3 April – 26 April 2014

Jacob Raupach – winner of the 2013 Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive Student Photobook of the Year Competition – will be showing the work from his winning book RADIATA. This free exhibition was the grand prize in the Photobook Competition, which will be running again later in 2014.

Jacob’s photo book (which is printed on newspaper stock) will be on sale on the night of the opening. There is a digital download version available from Jacob’s website.

 

Visit the Facebook event page for more details.

New Exhibitions at the CCP

Centre for Contemporary Photography
404 George Street
Fitzroy

Exhibition Opening: 6pm, Thursday 27 March 2014
Exhibition Dates: 28 March – 25 May 2014

Image by Polly Borland

The Centre for Contemporary Photography is launching five new exhibitions by Polly Borland, Jack Mannix, Tony Garifalakis, Cyprien Gaillard and Laura Hindmarsh. The Perimeter/CCP bookstore will also be opened and will be a trove of published matter featuring local and international photography, small press and art publications from some of the world’s leading independent publishing houses and imprints.

Image by Jack Mannix

Visit the CCP website for more details.

Industry Night

Final year part time students enjoyed hearing from six fantastic photographers last night as part of the mentor program.

Our industry guests shared their diverse experiences as professional photographers, provided insights into the mentor process and reflected on their own mentors and how those professional relationships assisted in developing their work, opportunities and personal practice.

Thank you Craig Moodie, Samantha Everton, Ian van der Wolde, Meredith O’Shea, Natascha Stellmach and Scott McNaughton for sharing your insights with our students.

New PSC Pop Up Exhibition

Due to popular demand we have a new pop up show at Southgate featuring more student and graduate work! You’ll find the new show on level 2 –  just opposite the new Blue Train. The exhibition showcases the high standard and fantastic range of ideas explored by  some of our students and graduates.

Image by Nadia Le

 

Hoda Afshar – Under Western Eyes

Edmund Pearce Gallery
Level 2, Nicholas Building
37 Swanston Street
Melbourne

Exhibition Opening: 6pm, Thursday 3 April 2014
Exhibition Dates: Wednesday-Saturday 12-5pm, 2 April – 3 May 2014

Under Western Eyes focuses on the representation of Islamic women in the contemporary art world and examines the contrasting attitudes and conceptions of the veil and what it symbolises as a visual metaphor. The work explores the commercial and political context of the veil and its function as a kind of marketing tool in the global art scene.

Hoda teaches in the second year of the Bachelor of Photography at PSC. Visit the website for more information.

Craig Wetjen – Blokes, Places & Spaces Exhibition

Courthouse ARTS
Corner Little Malop & Gheringhap Streets, Geelong
Exhibition Opening: 5pm Monday 24 March 2014 – RSVP populationhealth@barwonhealth.org.au
Exhibition Dates: 24 – 30 March 2014

Craig Wetjen, teacher and first year coordinator in our Advanced Diploma, and Ambassador for Beyond Blue, is part of the ‘Blokes, Places & Spaces’ exhibition in Geelong this month. A recent health scare, and ongoing consultations with health professionals, fuelled a desire to capture environmental portraits of men in their sheds – the Men’s Shed Photography Project.

Its aim is to increase awareness of men’s health issues – mental and physical – by documenting how the iconic backyard shed is a space not only for fixing things but also the men inside them. Most of the men captured in these images struggled to articulate what their sheds mean to them. In these cases images can speak more powerfully than words.

The Project will be published as a photobook and will be exhibiting at galleries throughout the project.

PSC Student Wins in 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

Neville Jones, a second year student in our part time program, has been announced as the winner of the Australia National Award in the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. Neville’s image ‘Going Home’ was also a finalist in the Open/Travel category. Congratulations!

“Going Home’ – Neville Jones

 

Bachelor of Photography teachers Daniel Boetker-Smith and Katrin Koenning in group Exhibition

Trocadero Art Space
lvl 1/119 Hopkins St Footscray, 3011
Exhibition Opening: Saturday 22 March, 4 – 6pm 2014
Exhibition Dates: 19 March – 5 April 2014

Daniel Boetker-Smith and Katrin Koenning’s work was proudly printed by Peter Hatzipavlis at The PrintShop@PSC using our Fine Art Print services.

PAUL BATT, DANIEL BOETKER-SMITH, ROSS COULTER, SIRI HAYES, KRISTIAN  HÄGGBLOM, KATRIN KOENNING AND GEORGIA METAXAS.
Curated by Paul Batt

‘Formality’ is an examination of the figure within contemporary Australian photographic practice.The exhibition explores a variety of photographic approaches, ranging from the purely performative to the strictly documentary.

Katrin Koenning, Near, 2013


Daniel Boetker-Smith, Remembering The Sound Of The River, 2013

Try Hard Magazine

Bachelor of Photography teachers Daniel Boetker-Smith and Katrin Koenning feature in Issue 3 of photography magazine Try Hard. This issue features Katrin’s amazing and poignant series ‘Dear Chris’; and an article by Daniel on the greatest photo book ever made.

Heroes of July – Exhibition

Friar’s Cafe
127 Fryers St, Shepparton
Exhibition Dates: 8 March –  30 March 2014

 

To celebrate the 100th Edition of the Tour de France, recent PSC Graduate Jean-Pierre Ronco (Image Writer) & Christophe Mallet (SBS French Radio) are glad to present you a unique experience. You too, be part of this exceptional adventure of  ”La Grand Boucle” and fall into the heart of the peloton for the ride of the century. Heroes of July will display some of Jean-Pierre Ronco best photos taken during this 100th edition of the Tour de France. This show will also bring you a set of interviews in French and in English realised by Christophe Mallet from SBS Radio.

Check out the website for more details and exhibition dates.