With quite a number of PSC students, past and present exhibiting at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale this year, we thought we would take a closer look at their work. Featured today, Friday the 18th of August is stage 2 Advanced Diploma of Photography student Melissa Cachia who will be having a solo exhibition titled 'Frozen Flowers' at The Elephant Patch (location) opening Saturday August 19th at 3pm.
The July 21st Feature Friday is a quick insight of second year bachelor student Noah Thompson. Earlier this year Noah was a finalist in the National portrait prize, he was involved in an exhibition at the Melbourne Immigration Museum titled "They Cannot Take The Sky" which was made into a book. Noah was also successful in receiving the Maribyrnong City Council art grant that allowed him to have a solo exhibition at the Trocadero Art Space in Footscray and put his work"Footscray Hair" into a book.
This July 7th Friday Feature is the introduction to Project 17; a collective of part-time bachelor students.
The Australian Professional Photography Awards are coming up, which means our students are now preparing their state award-winning images for the national competition.
Currently in her second-last semester at PSC, Advanced Diploma of Photography student Emily Skelton is already setting up her career; working with her local football club, as well as becoming a well-known figure around her hometown of Bacchus Marsh.