You are invited to PSCinema 2019, at 6pm on Monday 2nd December at Backlot Studios, 65 Haig Street, South Melbourne.
Image credit: Sarah William, Societal Constructs, archival inkjet print.
bound is an exhibition that showcases the culmination of second year studies at Photography Studies College, Melbourne.
Photo by Agata Mayes
Photography Studies College (PSC) will celebrate the launch of this year’s Advanced Diploma Art Major graduate exhibition, Fresh 19, to be held at the Yarra Sculpture Gallery, Abbotsford, on Friday 22 November at 6 pm.
Images by PSC students/alumni Natalya Stone, Oliver Stewart, Anne Shellard
2020 | new year | new decade | new experiences
Friday 8 November 1-2.30pm
Monday 11 November 6-7.30pm
Photography is a skill that can open the door to people, places and job opportunities that many don't have access to. It's also a great "time out" to de-stress from day to day life.
PSC's 3rd Year Bachelor students invite you to their graduate exhibition AS I GAZE showcasing works from the Fine Art, Documentary and Commercial majors at the Centre for Contemporary Photography.
Please join us in congratulating the graduating students on opening night, Saturday 2nd November from 4 - 7pm with celebratory drinks.
Photography Studies College is proud to present Kate Disher-Quill for our first Image Makers Seminar of 2019. Kate’s talk will coincide with the launch of her latest photography book Earshot, and accompanying zine Fish on the Floor.
Both publications offer a rare, visceral insight into the world of deafness and hearing loss. After winning the POOL grant in 2014 Kate developed this work for a photographic exhibition, which was shown in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. Earshot is the latest extension of this project and uses photography, illustration and intimate stories from over 35 subjects to reveal the diversity and complexity of deafness. Diagnosed with hearing loss at 3 years of age and fitted with hearing aids when she was 10, Kate’s driving force behind this project was to create something that would have helped her accept her deafness much earlier in life.
This special event will be held in the PSC Studio, Ground entrance next to 65 City Road. Wheelchair access is available from the rear of our building in Fawkner Street. Our building is clearly marked. Call 9682 3191.
An Auslan interpreter will be used in conjunction with this talk.
This event is hosted by Vault Magazine
'Panellists: Angela Tiatia (Artist), Hoda Afshar (Artist), Dr Danny Butt (Associate Director (Research) at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne) The art world has always both reinforced and challenged questions of power. Through history, privilege and access have played as big a role as artistic talent when it comes to elevating artists and deciding which legacies to preserve. This panel addresses the growing conversation about representation and visibility in the art world. It also explores the impact of our polarised political climate on the process of making and showing art — as well as the pressures and possibilities for artists who’ve had to fight for their work to be seen. Ultimately, it asks: how important is for art to respond to this political moment? And how can we make the art world an equitable place for everyone?'