STUDENT: Adam Guskich, Fourth Year Part Time ASSIGNMENT: Thrid Year Final Folio COMMENT: This image is titled “Obscura” from my 3rd year final Folio series “Drift” which explores notions of the impermanence of our own personal existence whilst examining the dichotomy of the conscious and unconscious mind. Obscura, literally translated to “Darkened chamber” seemed a [...]
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 [...]
Congratulations to Greg Briggs for having his Melbourne Cleaning photographic series star in Feature Shoot website. Greg states about the series, “The idea behind this series was to explore the intimate relationship cleaners have with the spaces they inhabit. It was also my way of paying respect to the job cleaners do and the places [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]
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
Firestation Print Studio Gallery 2 Willis Street, Armadale, Exhibition Opening: Wednesday, March 5, 6 – 8pm Exhibition Dates: 5 March - 22 March 2014 Degree Pathway students Lindi Bligh-Forde and Marie Watt launch their exhibition tonight at Firestation Print Studio Gallery, 2 Willis Street, Armadale. Their work explores the ways in which Melbourne women celebrate texture and fabric, culture and headwear.
Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Ground floor, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne Exhibition Open: 8:30am-6:30pm, Monday – Friday throughout March 2014 Photography Studies College and the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre are delighted to present an International Women’s Day photography exhibition featuring work by female students and graduates that celebrates their distinctive stories and vision.
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 [...]
Photonet Gallery 15a Railway Place Fairfield Opening: Sunday 23 Feb, from 4-6pm Exhibition Dates: 23 February – 15 March 2014 Tania Gioffre’s work was proudly printed by Peter Hatzipavlis at The PrintShop@PSC using our Fine Art Print services. 4th annual women photographers’ exhibition to celebrate INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY (8 March) and to raise funds for [...]