Samantha Everton Visits PSC

Posted by Social Media on 07/09/2017 4:28:30 PM

Our Advanced Diploma of Photography art major students were treated to an artist talk today by Melbourne-based artist Samantha Everton. With incredible attention to detail in her images, Samantha discussed her practice; using a series of hidden wires and support harnesses - every element and movement within her images is captured in-camera.

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Topics: Art, News

Feature Friday: Jo Duck

Posted by Social Media on 07/04/2017 3:38:49 PM

Today's Feature Friday is on 2005 graduate Jo Duck, who we sat down and had a chat with.

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Topics: Commercial, commercial photography, fashion photography, Feature, graduates, News

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

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

Tuesday Feature: 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: Event, graduates, News, Students

Feature Friday 10th March 2017: Jade Byrnes

Posted by Social Media on 10/03/2017 10:46:56 AM

No stranger to photo books, Jade Byrnes' graduating folio 'Kinglake' found her as a finalist in the Australian Photo Book of The Year Awards; as well as being nominated for the MACK First Book Award. The documentary series looking at trauma within the landscape, was also exhibited at the Centre for Contemporary Photography where it received the award for Best Self-Published Photo Book.

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Documentary, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, News

Friday Feature: Jade Byrnes

Posted by Social Media on 10/03/2017 10:46:56 AM

No stranger to photo books, Jade Byrnes' graduating folio 'Kinglake' found her as a finalist in the Australian Photo Book of The Year Awards; as well as being nominated for the MACK First Book Award. The documentary series looking at trauma within the landscape, was also exhibited at the Centre for Contemporary Photography where it received the award for Best Self-Published Photo Book.

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Topics: Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, News, Students

Thursday Feature 9th March 2017: Agata Mayes

Posted by Social Media on 09/03/2017 12:50:54 PM

Now in the 3rd stage of the part-time Advanced Diploma course, Agata Mayes has been working on developing her personal style.
Her latest series "Inside The Mind" has been created to explore in-depth, the sensation of unexplained, severe fear.

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Topics: Advanced Diploma of Photography, Art, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, News, Students

Thursday Feature: Agata Mayes

Posted by Social Media on 09/03/2017 12:50:54 PM

Now in the 3rd stage of the part-time Advanced Diploma course, Agata Mayes has been working on developing her personal style.
Her latest series "Inside The Mind" has been created to explore in-depth, the sensation of unexplained, severe fear.

Read More

Topics: Event, Exhibition, Gallery, News, Students

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