‘Photographer provides special mementoes to help grieving families’

Posted by Melina on April 9, 2014 at 3:00 am

Photographer and PSC teacher Jane Poynter was featured in The Age on the weekend, sharing about her work at the Royal Women’s Hospital. Jane take pictures of babies who have passed away at the hospital, providing precious keepsakes for parents. ‘The creamy woollen beanie is as big as an eggshell. If you held up three [...]

Exhibitions Galore

Posted by Melina on April 4, 2014 at 2:18 am

Last night was a busy one for the PSC community! Teacher Hoda Afshar had the opening of her exhibition ‘Under Western Eyes’ and Second Year Bachelor Coordinator Daniel Boetker-Smith was involved in the opening of ‘As Good As Gold’. PSC Managing Director Julie Moss with Hoda Afshar & Jim Davidson Hoda’s work was proudly printed by [...]

Hoda Afshar – Under Western Eyes

Posted by Melina on March 20, 2014 at 12:00 am

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 [...]

Craig Wetjen – Blokes, Places & Spaces Exhibition

Posted by Melina on March 19, 2014 at 10:33 pm

Courthouse ARTS Corner Little Malop & Gheringhap Streets, Geelong Exhibition Opening: 5pm Monday 24 March 2014 – RSVP 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 [...]

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

Posted by Peter on March 18, 2014 at 12:31 am

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, [...]

Try Hard Magazine

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

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.

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]