Congratulations to our recent PSC Master of Photography student and teaching assistant, Kaitlyn Church, for being selected as a 2022 Studio Artist with PLATFORM LAB. This flagship artist development program aims to increase the industry expertise and live presentation outcomes for emerging and early-career contemporary artists.
Yarra Sculpture Gallery
117 Vere Street Abbotsford, Vic 3067
2 December - 19 December 2021
Thurs - Sun 11am - 4pm
PSC's 'Inspire' Photo Competition Awards Ceremony in conjunction with Kayell Australia was held on Wednesday, 8 December. The competition was open to all current Year 11 - 12 students, exploring a place, feeling or memory that inspired them during 2021. We were delighted to welcome all our winners, alongside their family and friends, to our South Melbourne campus.
"[Kaitlyn] has dedicated her Masters degree to capturing the stories of the men and women behind Ford's conveyor belts," ABC reporter Rachel Clayton said.
Watch the video here.
PSC's Wellness Walks led by our Librarian, Wellness and Student Support, Jill Bartholomeusz appears to have had a lasting impact on our students, and the wider City of Melbourne community. These little excursions cover local photography and art galleries, civic centres, libraries, national parks and gardens, and markets.
Last week, one of our new Bachelor of Photography (mid-year intake) students, Jecerey Miranda, was so inspired by PSC's Wellness Walk to the South Melbourne Market, that he started an online journal and website documenting his experience.
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PSC's 2008 Graduate Jo Duck, is collaborating with the Centre for Contemporary Photography on an upcoming, cutting-edge exhibition called 'Six Fashion Photographers'. It offers an exclusive insight into the current state of Australian and global fashion photography.
Last Saturday 26 June was a very special day in the PSC calendar. It was a day we’d been anticipating for over a year. It was the day we finally got to celebrate the achievements of our graduated Class of 2019 who, due to last year’s Government restrictions, had no choice but to graduate ‘in absentia’ in 2020.
Congratulations to PSC's Part-Time Advanced Diploma of Photography student Luke David for having his work shortlisted to be in the running for the Global Billboard Project! The winning photographers will have their images on billboards on New York's 9th Avenue later this year. He is the second PSC student to be selected as a finalist.
The Global Billboard Project aims to beautify city skylines one billboard at a time by offering photographers from all around the world the opportunity to be selected to display their winning photo on a Manhattan billboard for five days each.
We ask Luke about his latest achievement and work.