Graduates

Open Day 2014

Posted by Melina on August 11, 2014 at 2:00 am

  Learn more about our unique Bachelor of Photography & Advanced Diploma of Photography courses. Pick up our new course guide. Find out more about the application process and get some interview and folio tips Tour our specialised facilities. Check out our studios in action with live photo shoots & a photobooth. Chat with current [...]

Abigail Varney – METIS

Posted by Melina on July 16, 2014 at 12:00 am

Colour Factory Gallery 409-429 Gore Street Fitzroy Exhibition Dates: 3 July – 2 August 2014 TN-3, 2013 Metis; male bodied, feminine people, captures the subtleties of modern gender and the way their unique environment encapsulates a notion of expressive style. Abigail’s subjects are joined in celebration on women’s day held at the Blue Diamond Society, [...]

Marnie Haddad – The Fourth Floor

Posted by Melina on July 14, 2014 at 1:09 am

Scott Livesey Galleries 909a High Street Armadale Exhibition Opening: Thursday 24 July 6-8pm Exhibition Dates: 24 July – 9 August The Fourth Floor – Untitled IV Marnie Haddad  is a PSC graduate and prominent fashion portrait photographer. With over 15 years professional experience, she has been published in many magazines and has most recently exhibited [...]

Exhibition – A Life Beyond Waiting

Posted by Melina on July 5, 2014 at 12:00 am

fortyfive downstairs 45 Flinders Lane Melbourne Exhibition Dates: 8 July – 19 July 2014 Exhibiting PSC students are Greg Briggs, Sunny Nyssen and Marie-Angela Paino. For further details visit the website.

PSC Graduate selected for Black + White 2014

Posted by Melina on June 13, 2014 at 1:45 am

Recent Photojournalism Major graduate Bronwyn Morrison has had an image selected for inclusion in the Black + White 2014 exhibition at The Centre for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado. Currently on show, the exhibition runs til July 12. Bronwyn’s image For the Sport, captured at a school footy match, is one of 67 images chosen as finalists. [...]

Photojournalism Update

Posted by Melina on June 11, 2014 at 3:00 am

Photojournalism Major students welcomed three PSC graduates back to the classroom a few weeks ago to share their experiences as working photojournalists. PSC graduates Louise Cooper (front left), Darrian Traynor (back row in cap) and Jason Edwards (back row second from right) with students Andrew Hardy, Greg Briggs, Melissa Davis, Salona Chithiray, Sophie De Wit [...]

The Image Makers – Jacob Raupach

Posted by Melina on June 10, 2014 at 12:13 am

Photography Studies College 65 City Road Southbank 6pm Friday 27 June We are pleased to invite the PSC community and members of the public to join us for the second event in our Image Makers seminar series with photographer Jacob Raupach. Radiata (1980/2013) – Jacob Raupach Jacob lives and works in Wagga Wagga, NSW. He received [...]

‘I Am Iceland’ – Update from Emma McEvoy

Posted by Melina on May 21, 2014 at 3:47 am

Emma McEvoy, a 2013 art major graduate, is currently part of an artist residency program in Iceland. Read about her experiences and take a look at her latest photos: I’ve been in Iceland for almost six weeks now and it has absolutely flown! I can’t believe I only have a few weeks left! I don’t [...]

PSC Graduation 2014

Posted by Melina on May 19, 2014 at 7:39 am

Congratulations to all our students who graduated on Friday 16 May! We had a fantastic evening at ACMI celebrating the class of 2013 with their family and friends, mentors and industry guests. Dr Robin Williams delivered an inspiring and passionate keynote address and Caterina Fizzano and Bronwyn Morrison gave great graduate responses – humorous and [...]

PSC graduate student Sarah Galletta in ‘Disquiet’ group exhibition

Posted by Peter on May 13, 2014 at 12:39 am

Australian National Capital Artists Australian National Capital Artists, 1 Rosevear Place ,Dickson ACT Opening: 6pm on Wednesday 14 May from 6pm onwards. Exhibition Dates: Wed 14 May 2014 – Sun 1 June 2014. These four artists evoke atmospheres that swing from hysteria to mild anxiety, with works best described as disquieting. See more at: http://www.anca.net.au