Our Year 11 & 12 workshop happened this week and it has been an amazing experience for all the students that joined us and everyone here at PSC!
Photography is what we do and share as a means of communication, expression and above all connection. PSC lecturer Mark Harper surely captivated the minds of everyone by sharing his amazing lighting skills in the studio and sparked some joyful creativity in the students, who soon enough made their way around their cameras and started using lights with one another, learning and playing with the photographic medium.
We would like to thank everyone who came along to our workshop, all the students as well as the schools who encouraged them to join. We would also like to thank the most stellar staff and students we have here who share their knowledge wholeheartedly with everyone who comes through our doors to learn, our PSC Pals Josh and Dane, who also create such a funny and joyful mood on campus, Kat, Max and Leah in the studio, and Andrew and Sally as course advisors who make sure everyone knows about what we have to offer here and what we do best!
We can’t wait to organise our next Year 11 & 12 workshops for the winter season and to hopefully see many of the familiar faces who came in for some fun learning experience, cameras in hand. We will also be opening our doors very soon for you all to come to our next Open Day, Sunday 29 May 2022, from 10 am to 3 pm, find out more and register here!
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Yarra Sculpture Gallery
117 Vere Street Abbotsford, Vic 3067
2 December - 19 December 2021
Thurs - Sun 11am - 4pm
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Get photography jobs, upskill for your work or build your creative business with a Certificate IV in Photography from Photography Studies College (PSC).
Our practical hands-on program with teachers who are award-winning industry professionals will give you the real-world knowledge and skills to gain employment or create professional photographs on your own.
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Master of Arts Photography Information Session & Discussion: Art During a Pandemic This Wednesday 3 June from 5-6pm
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Join PSC teacher and freelance Photojournalist for The Age Scott McNaughton on Tuesday 2 June from 6-7pm via Zoom for our Part-Time Info Session.
This week’s Image Makers Webinar guest speaker is Filipina photojournalist Hannah Reyes Morales. She has reported on war crimes against women in Cambodia and South Sudan, and the toll of Rodrigo Duterte’s lawless war on drugs – and the impact colonisation on female body image in the Philippines.
Hannah’s documentary photography work is featured in leading international publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and National Geographic Magazine.
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This Friday you’re in for a DOUBLE TREAT at our upcoming Image Makers Webinar with young Australian multidisciplinary artist duo Honey Long and Prue Stent!
The 27-year-olds were listed in Forbes Asia magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 (Arts Category, 2018), have directed a video for Gucci’s global digital project #24HourAce sneakers campaign (2016), and have exhibited across the globe including at Agnes B Galerie (Paris).
Join our host, PSC’s Dean of Photographic Studies Daniel Boetker-Smith, on Friday 8 May at a special time of 5pm via Zoom.
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