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Feature Friday 8th September 2017; Luke Rush

Posted by Social Media on 08/09/2017 1:15:11 PM

Now in his final year of the Advanced Diploma of Photography, we caught up with one of our talented commercial students Luke Rush who recently won his second silver award from the AIPP.

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Topics: Commercial, Advanced Diploma of Photography, Feature, Students

AIPP Commercial Photographer of the Year 2017; Angela Miller

Posted by Social Media on 01/09/2017 4:46:35 PM
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Topics: Commercial, Feature, graduates

Feature Friday 1st September 2017; James Bugg

Posted by Social Media on 01/09/2017 11:45:26 AM

After almost missing an entry to the national awards, one of our final year Bachelor of Photography students James Bugg has won a silver at the Australian Professional Photography Awards in the landscape category.

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Documentary, Feature, Students

Feature Friday 25th August 2017; Anne McCallum

Posted by Social Media on 25/08/2017 1:23:51 PM
Our feature story today is on Advanced Diploma of Photography student Anne McCallum who journeyed to Zambia in June to help promote conservation of wildlife. We sat down with Anne to speak about her experience.
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Topics: Advanced Diploma of Photography, Feature, Students

Feature Friday 18th August 2017; Melissa Cachia

Posted by Social Media on 18/08/2017 10:32:30 AM

With quite a number of PSC students, past and present exhibiting at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale this year, we thought we would take a closer look at their work. Featured today, Friday the 18th of August is stage 2 Advanced Diploma of Photography student Melissa Cachia who will be having a solo exhibition titled 'Frozen Flowers' at The Elephant Patch (location) opening Saturday August 19th at 3pm.

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Topics: Advanced Diploma of Photography, Exhibition, Feature, Students

Friday Feature; Melissa Cachia

Posted by Social Media on 18/08/2017 10:32:30 AM

With quite a number of PSC students, past and present exhibiting at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale this year, we thought we would take a closer look at their work. Featured today, Friday the 18th of August is stage 2 Advanced Diploma of Photography student Melissa Cachia who will be having a solo exhibition titled 'Frozen Flowers' at The Elephant Patch (location) opening Saturday August 19th at 3pm.

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Topics: Advanced Diploma of Photography, Exhibition, Feature, Students

Feature Friday 4th August 2017; Kadek Thatcher

Posted by Social Media on 04/08/2017 9:46:49 AM
For Friday August 4th, we are featuring final year Advanced Diploma Photojournalist major Kadek Thatcher.
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Topics: Advanced Diploma of Photography, Documentary, Feature, Students

Feature Friday 28th July 2017: Kayla De Saint Aromain

Posted by Social Media on 28/07/2017 12:03:10 PM
Friday July 28th is featuring Advanced Diploma of Photography student Kayla De Saint Aromain.
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Topics: Advanced Diploma of Photography, Art, Feature, Students

Feature Friday 21st July 2017: Noah Thompson

Posted by Social Media on 21/07/2017 12:31:53 PM

The July 21st Feature Friday is a quick insight of second year bachelor student Noah Thompson. Earlier this year Noah was a finalist in the National portrait prize, he was involved in an exhibition at the Melbourne Immigration Museum titled "They Cannot Take The Sky" which was made into a book. Noah was also successful in receiving the Maribyrnong City Council art grant that allowed him to have a solo exhibition at the Trocadero Art Space in Footscray and put his work"Footscray Hair" into a book.

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Documentary, Feature, Students

Feature Friday: Noah Thompson

Posted by Social Media on 21/07/2017 12:31:53 PM

The July 21st Feature Friday is a quick insight of second year bachelor student Noah Thompson. Earlier this year Noah was a finalist in the National portrait prize, he was involved in an exhibition at the Melbourne Immigration Museum titled "They Cannot Take The Sky" which was made into a book. Noah was also successful in receiving the Maribyrnong City Council art grant that allowed him to have a solo exhibition at the Trocadero Art Space in Footscray and put his work"Footscray Hair" into a book.

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Topics: Feature, Students, Uncategorized

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