For more than a decade Rachel Main, PSC's Master of Arts Photography student, has been documenting the local Krump scene. She is now focusing on female dancers in Australia and New Zealand for her MA project with the working title 'Session Queens'. Krump, a form of dance, made its way from the streets of South-Central in Los Angeles to the Victorian suburbs of Dandenong, Roxburgh Park and Werribee. Rachel who is also a freelance photographer and filmmaker, and a high school teacher, talks about being a community documenter and her current work.
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PSC's Bachelor of Photography fresh graduate Clare Jellie is a judge on PSC's Home Photography Competition panel. One of her images, about her hometown of Warrnambool, is also being used to promote the awards.
Clare talks about what home means to her, how PSC's Dean of Photography Studies, Daniel Boetker-Smith gave her the opportunity to exhibit at the Monash Gallery of Art and advice to senior secondary school students thinking of studying photography.
Join PSC's Master of Arts Photography and Bachelor of Photography lecturer Brie Trenerry at the opening of her co-curated Melbourne Fashion Week exhibition and screening 'R3Vision' at MARS Gallery on 11 March from 5pm-9pm – proudly sponsored by PSC!
Q & A with Dr. Kristian Häggblom PSC's Masters program’s co-creator, on the two exhibits to visit during PHOTO 2021
PSC welcomes secondary school student winners and winning schools and their teachers to our South Melbourne campus to congratulate them and present them with their prizes from Ted’s Cameras.
You are invited to our personalised and interactive Pop Up Open Day at PSC’s brand new South Melbourne campus!
You are invited to celebrate the launch of PSC Lecturer David Rosetzky's Photobook, 'Double Exposures' published by M.33, designed by Anna Zagala/Sweet Polka with an essay by Senior Curator of Photography at NGA, Dr Shaune Lakin and a Q & A between the artist and Hoda Afshar. To be launched by Jason Smith, Director and CEO, Geelong Gallery.