Yarra Sculpture Gallery
117 Vere Street Abbotsford, Vic 3067
2 December - 19 December 2021
Thurs - Sun 11am - 4pm
"[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.
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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.
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PSC's Bachelor of Photography second year student Pearce Leal has been shortlisted for the Photo Collective's Stories Awards. The work is from his class assignment 'Common in Folklore' about the decline of the Australian flying fox due to climate collapse.
"This project investigates the ecology of the flying fox. The work is presented in a traditional documentary framework and slips into a contemplative space in an attempt to draw correlations between the daily routine of the flying foxes and humans," Pearce said in his artist statement.
Pearce joined PSC to explore new fields of photography, and expand his knowledge of the medium, after working as a photography tour guide and teacher for image-making enthusiasts.
PSC's Part-Time Advanced Diploma student Kadri Elcoat’s latest photography collection, Postcards from the Edge, explores life during Melbourne’s extended lockdown period in 2020.
The collection, which has been selected for Sydney’s “Head On” Portrait Photo Festival, sought to break the mould of other work common during lockdown by bringing colour and humour to the images.
“A lot of people sought to portray life in lockdown, but these images were often of empty streets and monochrome colours. I wanted to do the opposite and make images that were as colourful and creative as possible,” she said.
By Rachael Fleury of Southbank News.
Congratulations to PSC’s Bachelor of Photography First Year Convenor Sarina Lirosi, PSC's 2018 Bachelor of Photography Graduate Anna Gottlieb, and PSC's former Lecturer Mia McDonald for being shortlisted as a Finalist for the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture presented by the Tweed Regional Gallery. #PSCCommunity
PSC's 2016 Advanced Diploma of Photography Art Major graduate Lloyd Pereira will open his upcoming exhibition 'The light that returns each night (my unfolding)' this Wednesday 26 May from 6:30pm to 8pm.