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In 2021 we are delighted to announce our new and much expanded Secondary Schools events and workshop program that is running specifically to support both teachers and students in your sector. We will be offering both a combination of in person on campus events and workshops and online virtual events.
Get the NEW 2021 SECONDARY SCHOOLS CALENDAR OF EVENTS here, it provides you with event details, dates, delivery mode and registration links.
PSC is delighted to announce our new 2021 schools workshop program running specifically to support both teachers and students in the secondary schools sector. To deliver this exciting program of workshops we are fortunate to have the wonderful PSC Lecturer, Documentary and Portrait Photographer Stephanie Wood. Stephanie has worked extensively both here and overseas and is particularly interested in the cutting-edge space of documentary and digital technology. Find out more about Stephanie here.
In this dynamic program Stephanie has designed a stimulating and rewarding series of professional development workshops specifically for studio arts, media or art teachers. These workshops have a focus on the distinctive and experimental in Australian Photography, with an initial focus exploring landscape photography to discuss photographic work that encourages a dialogue on our relationship to place. The second workshop ‘Lights, Camera, Action’ will be a hands on and easy to replicate tips and tricks lighting/studio workshop, run face to face in the fantastic studio space at the PSC South Melbourne campus, lunch will be provided as part of this session. The final workshop Stephanie will explore identity again through the lens of Australian contemporary photography. The first and final workshops are online via zoom. You or your colleagues can book just one, or two or the series of three. There is no cost for these workshops.
Distinctive and Experimental. The latest on Australian contemporary photography- identity. Wednesday 21st July 1.30pm – 2.30pm (online via zoom)
Come with us on a creative journey exploring identity, and displacement through the lens of contemporary Australian photography. We’ll consider the way that photography can be used to reveal and question notions of self and identity. Register now
Lights, Camera, Action! Easy tips and tricks to get your creative juices flowing. Friday 6th AUGUST 10.30AM – 1.30PM (lunch included) FACE TO FACE AT PSC'S CAMPUS
You’ll get to experiment with different forms of light in our professional studio to create some standout images. All great insights to take back to the classroom. Register now
Are your students studying in the creative areas – art, studio arts, media, visual communication and are you wanting to take their visual development further? Then these interactive workshops are a great way to do that! In this dynamic program Stephanie will run small group (10 – 12 students) Yr 11 or Yr 12 senior student workshops either at your school, or at the PSC campus, or online. You just choose your delivery option! These workshops are hands on and aim to inspire students in their creative work development.
Book a small group workshop for your Senior Students Year 11 and/or Year 12, delivered by Stephanie Wood, PSC Lecturer, Documentary and Portrait Photographer!
Choose one of the workshops from the list that you think best suits your students, then you choose how you want it delivered and request a date and time.
Face to face or online via zoom, workshop can be delivered either – 1. At your school OR 2. On campus at PSC - bring a small group of senior students to our South Melbourne Campus. OR 3. Online via live zoom.
Develop a style 2hrs - Book now
Students will be asked to choose a photographer then explore what it’s like shooting in the same style. A practical immersive learning experience.
Equipment required: a camera phone.
An industry insight 3hrs - Book now
Give your students a behind the scenes look into how a professional portrait photographer works with a magazine. Students will learn how to visually respond to an editorial brief, whilst working together to create a portrait using natural light.
Equipment required: A DSLR or Mirrorless camera (or a camera with manual controls).
Experimental Image Making 2.5hrs - Book now
Using alternative and traditional methods of photography, your students will learn how to create an image without a camera and minimal materials. A hands-on creative workshop.
Equipment required: Nothing! Materials will be supplied.
Photography Studies College (Melbourne) is a division of Photography Holdings Pty. Ltd.
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