OPEN DAY AT PSC

Posted by Jim Davidson on 27/06/2018 1:14:30 PM

Open Day - Sunday 5 August 2018, 10am - 4pm

Come along and explore our creative campus

  • Find out about our range of courses
  • Tour our specialised facilities
  • Take a look at our student exhibition
  • Experience the action of studio shoot
  • Talk to current students, graduates and teaching staff
  • Find out how to apply and discuss the interview

PSC is located in the heart of the Melbourne's Arts precinct, Southbank. We are within walking distance of the city centre and close to public transport.

Our program will be announced soon!

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MA Student Thorsteinn Cameron Exhibits in Iceland

Posted by Social Media on 07/06/2018 3:00:30 PM

Current Master Of Arts-Photography student, Thorsteinn Cameron has returned to Iceland for a short visit to exhibit at the RamSkram Gallery of Contemporary Photography in Reykjavík. The exhibition and book launch titled 'Lines for these lands' opened this week and continues until the 8 July 2018.

Peter Hatzipavlis from The PrintShop@PSC had been working alongside Thorsteinn during the last month preparing the prints for the exhibition.

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Topics: Event, Exhibition

Sam Forsyth-Gray's First Solo Exhibition in Perth.

Posted by Vicki Bell on 31/05/2018 8:45:00 AM

Exciting times for PSC 2017 graduate Sam Forsyth-Gray with the opening of his first solo exhibition at the Perth Centre for Photography on the 31st May 2018. The exhibition titled 'On the Sea Stands a Rock'evolved from Sam's final year folio while undertaking his Bachelor of Photography degree.

Sam says of his work "My own photographs respond to found imagery, running throughout the series, creating a varied and experimental flow of works that seek to address and define my interpretation of the photographic object. Unravelling stories from these collections has allowed me to not only explore my own family history, but to look at ideas of lost memory and the lack of identity that comes with these abandoned family albums."

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Topics: Event, Exhibitions

Master Of Arts Photography Info Night 9 May 2018

Posted by Daniel Boetker-Smith on 30/04/2018 2:35:06 PM

The Photography Studies College Masters programme is underway and our students are currently working with their Mentors – a unique part of the programme where we pair students up with high-profile photographers in Australia and internationally for an extended period of time to help them with their projects. This semester our Mentors include: Rena Effendi (Azerbaijan), Melinda Gibson (UK), Robert Zhao Renhui (Singapore), Rohan Hutchison (Australia), Mathieu Asselin (France/Venezuela).Over the next few weeks we will be featuring each one of our Mentors, and telling you more about their work.

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Topics: Event, Mentoring, Master Of Arts Photography, Robert Zhao Renhui, Information Night, International Mentors

International Photography Tour to Japan September 2018

Posted by Jim on 28/02/2018 6:00:00 PM


It seems that everyone is running ‘photography tours’ to some exotic part of the world!

Given the capacity of relatively light, modern cameras to be transported across the world without exceeding an airline’s restrictive cabin baggage limits, students of photography can readily create a personal narratives of people and places they have visited and the culture of the communities they engage. 

So why travel to Japan with PSC? 

PSC International Photography Tours 

PSC first ran its first photography tour to China in 1986, Egypt and Israel in 1987 and followed this with tours to countries as diverse as Turkey and Vietnam. A subsequent planned tour to Mongolia was cancelled following the SARS epidemic in 2003!

Iran 

It was not until 2016 that PSC again decided to offer a photography tour to interested photographers, students and enthusiasts. We commenced with Iran a country about which there are many preconceptions and very little practical engagement. The small group was led by our Senior Fellow Michael Coyne, the distinguished Australian photojournalist who worked extensively in Iran, and our Bachelor of Photography Convenor for the Art Major Hoda Afshar, an Iranian photographer. 

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Topics: PSC graduate, Tokyo photography, Travel Photography, Event, photography, Rakuto Makino, steph doran, International Photography Tours

Mowanjum Workshop with PSC's Peter Hatzipavlis

Posted by Social Media on 23/03/2017 1:00:21 PM

Outside Derby in Western Australia, the Worrorra, Ngarinyin, and Wunumbal tribes make up the Mowanjum community. At the heart of this community is the Mowanjum Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre; a creative hub where old and young come together to create and inspire one another.

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Mowanjum Workshop with PSC's Peter Hatzipavlis

Posted by Social Media on 23/03/2017 1:00:21 PM

Outside Derby in Western Australia, the Worrorra, Ngarinyin, and Wunumbal tribes make up the Mowanjum community. At the heart of this community is the Mowanjum Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre; a creative hub where old and young come together to create and inspire one another.

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Topics: Highlight, Event, News, Staff

Feature Friday 17th May 2017: Marvellous Melbourne

Posted by Social Media on 17/03/2017 1:18:13 PM

For the 6th year in a row, Melbourne has topped The Economist list of the worlds most liveable cities. (Yay)
Highlighting Melbourne's love of sport, the arts, it's beautiful parks and gardens, fashion, festivals, laneways and street-cafe life, transport, shipping industry and it's distinctive architecture is 'Marvellous Melbourne- It's Art and Soul' exhibition.

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Advanced Diploma of Photography, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, News, Students

Feature Friday: Marvellous Melbourne

Posted by Social Media on 17/03/2017 1:18:13 PM

For the 6th year in a row, Melbourne has topped The Economist list of the worlds most liveable cities. (Yay)
Highlighting Melbourne's love of sport, the arts, it's beautiful parks and gardens, fashion, festivals, laneways and street-cafe life, transport, shipping industry and it's distinctive architecture is 'Marvellous Melbourne- It's Art and Soul' exhibition.

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Topics: Event, Exhibition, graduates, Students

Tuesday Feature 14th March 2017: Caitlin Gartside

Posted by Social Media on 14/03/2017 11:21:33 AM

Today's feature is on fine-art student Caitlin Gartside, whose on-going work focuses on introspection and mental illness.

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Art, Event, Feature, graduates, Students

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