"SEE HOW I FEEL"
An international Women’s Day exhibition throughout March 2014 at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre featuring the work by our female students and graduates celebrating their distinctive and creative stories and vision.
The exhibition will run during office hours from March 3 – 24 in the exhibition space on the ground floor of the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre.
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POP UP SHOW 2014
Experience the thrill of photography.
This pop up showcases a range of student and graduate photography.
10 – 4 daily
Level 2 Southgate (Opposite the Blue Train)
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SUMMER SHOW 2013
This year the new exhibition features work from the art, commercial and photojournalism majors and other year levels and includes the evocative award winning work from 2013 AIPP and ACMP Australian Student Photographer of the Year, Emma McEvoy.
See an interview with Emma discussing her work and inspirations
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FRESH 2013 - ART GRADUATE EXHIBITION
Since its inception Photography Studies College (PSC), has provided students with an environment in which to explore their creativity, see the world anew and give expression to what they see.
Throughout the year PSC students and graduates are involved in range of exhibitions and in the art major final year this culminates in the
FRESH series of exhibitions. Each year this exhibition showcases the unique and diverse visions that our final year art major students have produced.
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THE GENDER AGENDA: GAINING MOMENTUM
An exhibition the of photography at the Queen Victoria Women's Centre by our recent female graduates exploring the theme of gender representation and change. Join us for the opening on Wednesday 6 March 2013
6.00pm - 8.00pm at Queen Victoria Women's Centre foyer 210 Lonsdale Street Melbourne.
Exhibition continues throughout March from 8am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday.
PSC SUMMER EXHIBITION
Each summer PSC showcases the exciting and innovative vision of the graduating students in its Summer exhibition held at the main campus 65 City Road Southbank. This year the 2012 Summer Show features work from each of the commercial, photojournalism and art major specialisations in a rich exhibition that is complex, challenging and quirky. To bring this year's show to life we're featuring an opening night video with student interviews, comments and feedback from international photojournalist Michael Coyne.
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Through their journey of discovery the emerging artists featured in FRESH 12 reveal their unique interpretations and representations of the world.
Their photographs invite us to question and see the world through new eyes.
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Place and space are always potent metaphors for the artist and in Fresh11, we are not disappointed.
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The works presented in the Fresh10 Art Major Graduate Exhibition are a testament to the outcomes of each graduates' fascinating exploratory process.
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"I congratulate each and every one of the emerging artists participating in this exhibition for their hard work, dedication and creative vision." Julie Moss PSC Managing Director.
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SHIFTING TIDES 2011 at Herring Island Gallery
Shifting Tides is a collection of images from Photography Studies College graduate students of 2010. It comprises a series of photographic explorations around the notion of the shifting tide. These images can be interpreted literally or metaphorically, can be seen to relate to the Yarra itself, or engage more broadly with the environment in general. Some of the images also can be seen to have cultural, social or political significance as they contribute to our understandings and very timely reflections on the power and immensity of the shifting tide.
PSC Summer Exhibition
A very successful and well attended summer exhibition opening was held on Wednesday 15th December at 65 City Rd Southbank. The event celebrated both the end of another very successful year and showcased the high level of creativity and imaginative vision in the student work. This annual exhibition features graduate work from the Commercial, Photojournalism and Art Major streams of the Advanced Diploma of Photography course, along with a selection of undergraduate work. Those attending the evening included current students, graduates, PSC teaching staff and many colleagues from industry and government.