What’s happening at PSC…

Over the coming weeks the PSC students across all levels are presenting their semesters work. Their images are presented in a web gallery for first semester first year students and a series of prints for all other years.

Antonia Hempel (Level 3) is shown here during her folio presentation and also the eager first year students waiting for their turn to present!

We wish all the students well for their folio presentations and hope they enjoy their semester break!

no place/like home

Photographic work by PSC Graduate Cathy Henenberg.

Cathy’s  first solo show can is now showing at The Gallery St Kilda Town Hall where she is exhibiting work from her final year at PSC . The two series are ‘here-there-elsewhere’ (photograms about contemporary technology and communication) and ‘At the dark end of the street – Elwood by night’ – night photography of my local neighborhood. 
 
The exhibition opened on 25 May and will run through to 22 June 2011.

“What I Love About … Stonnington” Photography Competition

The City of Stonnington is holding a new photography competition presenting photographers across Melbourne with an opportunity to get involved and win some great prizes including vouchers from local stores, restaurants and cafes. The intent is to promote local business and tourism, encourage people to re-discover what their local area has to offer and share the secrets of what people love about Stonnington.

For more information visit the website or download the flyer.

Voice of Wildlife

Voice Of Wildlife - Melbourne

Voice Of Wildlife - Melbourne

On Tuesday 31st of May volunteers pasted a 6 x 3 meter poster and over 300 A3 posters in Balcombe Lane, Melbourne on Little Collins St between Swanston St and Elizabeth St.

This project is about bringing Rights to Nature through brining images of nature into the city heart.

The intended outcome and opportunity is for people to realise they are amongst others that feel the same. Confused, impotent, powerless can actually express their concern.. That they can be part of WED and that they can contribute to creating a voice for the wildthings, to make a difference toward turning around Global Warming and the depletion of Victoria’s biodiversity.

The animal images are the works of Ben Wrigley, Sarah Lynch, Jennifer, Chloe Carbines and Trevor Presscott.

Please visit www.vow.net.au for more information

 

Call for entries: William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize 2011

Monash Gallery of Art

The Monash Gallery of Art Foundation is pleased to announce the Call for entries for the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize 2010. $25,000 non-acquisitive first prize.

Good Luck!

KEY DATES FOR 2011

ENTRIES OPEN: Monday 2 May
CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 22 June
FINALISTS ANNOUNCED: Friday 5 August
EXHIBITION OPENING AND ANNOUNCEMENT: Thursday 15 September
ARTIST’S PARTY: Saturday 15 October
EXHIBITION CLOSES: Sunday 16 October

Entry forms are available for download from www.mga.org.au, which also contains full details of submission requirements.

Check out Bowness Photography Prize on facebook

 

 

MARVELLOUS MELBOURNE – Its Art and Soul Exhibition

In the MARVELLOUS MEBOURNE — Its Art and Soul Exhibition, twenty prominent Victorian artists capture the City’s uniqueness in a delightful array of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs & 3-D artworks.

Images highlight Melbourne’s love of sport and the arts, its beautiful parks &
gardens, fashion focus, laneways & street café life, inner & surrounding suburbs,
transport & shipping industry & unique architecture.

Artists include, painters: Ivan Durrant, Geoff La Gerche, Anne Marie Graham,
Daniel Moynihan, John Spooner, Tom Alberts, James Pasakos, Jim van Geet, ,
Christine Wrest-Smith & Fay Plamka; photographers: Bill Bachman, Peter Garnick, Roger Gould, Thomas Conger & Tony Summers, along with textile artist, Robina Summers, mosaic artist Pamela Irving and street artists, ‘Adnate’ & ‘Slicer’.

Curated by Jacqueline Taylor OAM, MARVELLOUS MELBOURNE is on display
from May 31 until June 30 and is presented by Hilton Melbourne South Wharf and OzLink Entertainment.

Click here for a short video about the exhibition.

  

The MARVELLOUS MEBOURNE exhibition features images by PSC teacher Bill Bachman. His images were printed at the PSC Print Shop. For more details about PSC Print Shop please call PSC on 9682 3191.

SoO Airtime Presents – “Airtime, Showcasing a Passion for Air”

SoO Airtime is the State of Origin of skiing. The best and brightest skiers from Australias two alpine states are grouped according to origin. We team them up with the ski industrys brightest young filmers and photographers and produce short ski films (one per state) over one week at Mt Buller. The films are posted online where the public can vote for the winner.

Featuring the photography of current PSC students and graduates Joey Corcoran, Nick Parkinson and Charlie Payne

For more details sooairtime.com

American Dreams Exhibition

PSC went to the American Dreams Exhibition on a recent trip to Bendigo. This exhibition is being held at the Bendigo Art Gallery from 16 April to 10 July. For further information please go to www.bendigoartgallery.com.au 

Commonwealth Photographic Awards 2011

The Royal Commonwealth Society in London are inviting photographers under 30 to enter their global competition with lots of prizes including flights to London, professional workshops and photographic equipment. The theme is ‘Women as Agents of Change’ with entries closing 1 June 2011.

See this link for more details.

Evergreen Faces 2011 Competition

During the month of August, Victorians will be encouraged to go snap-happy in the annual Evergreen Faces Photographic Competition, designed to challenge the negative stereotypes associated with aging and positively promote people aged 60 and over.  Great prizes up for grabs.

For more information go to www.evergreenam.com.au or follow this link for an entry form.