Lens Mist 2014 Award Winner

Posted by Melina on March 5, 2014 at 1:55 am

Congratulations to PSC tutor Katrin Koenning on her win in the City of Kingston’s Lens Mist Awards. Katrin won the grand prize awarded by Kingston Arts. Image by Katrin Koenning Lens Mist 2014 Photographic Exhibition features selected works that provide a creative response to Victoria’s Port Phillip Bay, employing originality, creativity, imagination and vision. Check [...]

New Online Photoshop Course Starting Soon

Posted by Melina on March 4, 2014 at 12:05 am

Are you new to Photoshop or wanting to master editing techniques to achieve professional-level results? Enrolments are open for a new 12 week online course commencing on 31 March 2014. PSC’s online course is suitable for beginners and intermediate Photoshop users allowing you to fit your learning around your lifestyle and busy schedule! You can [...]

Week One Highlights

Posted by Melina on February 28, 2014 at 3:59 am

Full time classes are underway and we have welcomed an enthusiastic group of students into the first year of our Advanced Diploma and Bachelor of Photography courses. Orientation Day Students prepare for their upside-down portraits Our traditional Orientation Day BBQ by the Yarra was enjoyed by students and staff and provided a great opportunity to [...]

New to the Hub

Posted by Melina on February 27, 2014 at 5:46 am

Richard Woldendorp was named a “Living Treasure” in WA in 2004 and received an Order of Australia in 2012 “for service to the arts as an Australian landscape photographer.” Noted especially for his artful aerial photographs, he has 24 books and 46 one-man shows to his credit, and shows no signs of stopping at the [...]

PSC Student Shortlisted in the World Photography Awards

Posted by Melina on February 13, 2014 at 1:50 am

Second year student Neville Jones has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. Neville is one of seven Australians shortlisted from 140,000 entries. Well done Neville! “Going Home’ – Neville Jones Visit the World Photography Awards website for more information about the competition and finalists.

Two Months in Iceland

Posted by Melina on February 12, 2014 at 1:22 am

Emma McEvoy, a 2013 art major graduate, has been accepted into an artist residency program in Iceland. Emma will be spending two months in Laugarvatn, a small town in the countryside about two hours away from Reykjavik. Part of Emma’s major folio was shot in Iceland and she is excited about the opportunity to focus [...]

Counting Down the Days

Posted by Melina on February 11, 2014 at 1:45 am

It has been great having our part time students get started over the past few weeks and we are counting down the days to the start of the full time semester. Welcome back to all our students, new and continuing! We hope you had a good break and are excited to see you develop your [...]

What an Opportunity but No Picture

Posted by Melina on January 30, 2014 at 5:44 am

Michael Coyne, a Senior Fellow at PSC, has been sharing his experiences while on assignment in South East Asia. The wailing voice rose to a high pitch then dropped into a low groan. I located the entrance to the building from which the sound was emanating. Crash, bang. The cymbal and bells in the hands of [...]

PSC Pop Up Exhibition

Posted by Melina on January 28, 2014 at 6:07 am

PSC is being featured in a pop up exhibition at Southgate on level 2 just opposite the new Blue Train. The exhibition showcases the creative vision, exploration and distinctiveness of some of our students and graduates. Take the opportunity to check it out!

The Sea Gypsies are Dying

Posted by Melina on January 24, 2014 at 4:09 am

Michael Coyne, a Senior Fellow at PSC, is sharing his experiences while on assignment in South East Asia. The Sea Gypsies are dying. On the island of Koh Lao they are dying at the rate of one a week, mainly from childbirth and starvation. According to Father Joe Maier of the Mercy Centre, “They don’t even [...]