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Louisa Bufardeci's Series Purchased by NGV

Posted by Social Media on 07/12/2015 6:07:04 PM

Congratulations to Louisa Bufardeci, one of our very talented teachers at PSC for not only holding a solo exhibition last month, but having her entire series purchased by the National Gallery of Victoria.

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Topics: Highlight, asylum seekers, Exhibition, Gallery, Louisa Bufardeci, National Gallery of Victoria, photography, Staff

CCP Salon 2015 is Accepting Entries Now!

Posted by Social Media on 31/10/2015 9:16:52 AM

PSC and the Print Shop are delighted to yet again sponsor the fashion prize for the CCP summer Salon.

The Centre for Contemporary Photography (one of Australia's leading exhibition venues for photography) is hosting the biggest open-entry competition and exhibition for the CCP Salon 2015. Presented by Leica and Ilford, this event is celebrating its 23rd anniversary with promises of a huge  turnout. Calling out across Australia for submissions in photo media, entrants stand a chance to win awards worth up to $20,000 for over 29 categories and have their worked exhibited in a high-profile gallery.  Previous years have seen the CCP gallery flooded with spectators and participants alike on opening night, with visitors keen to take part in the bestowing of votes for the Crumpler People’s Choice award.

The Photography Studies College Best Fashion Work award, is particularly prestigious as winners receive $750 worth of printing services and consultation at the PSC Printshop. We look forward to hearing the winners announced and encourage our wonderfully talented students to partake in one of the biggest exhibition events of the year!

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Topics: Highlight, photography competition, photography exhibition, CCP, CCP Salon 2015, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, ilford, leica, News

CCP Salon 2015 is Accepting Entries Now!

Posted by Social Media on 31/10/2015 9:16:52 AM

PSC and the Print Shop are delighted to yet again sponsor the fashion prize for the CCP summer Salon.

The Centre for Contemporary Photography (one of Australia's leading exhibition venues for photography) is hosting the biggest open-entry competition and exhibition for the CCP Salon 2015. Presented by Leica and Ilford, this event is celebrating its 23rd anniversary with promises of a huge  turnout. Calling out across Australia for submissions in photo media, entrants stand a chance to win awards worth up to $20,000 for over 29 categories and have their worked exhibited in a high-profile gallery.  Previous years have seen the CCP gallery flooded with spectators and participants alike on opening night, with visitors keen to take part in the bestowing of votes for the Crumpler People’s Choice award.

The Photography Studies College Best Fashion Work award, is particularly prestigious as winners receive $750 worth of printing services and consultation at the PSC Printshop. We look forward to hearing the winners announced and encourage our wonderfully talented students to partake in one of the biggest exhibition events of the year!

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Topics: Highlight, photography competition, photography exhibition, CCP, CCP Salon 2015, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, ilford, leica, News

The Who's Who of the PSC Symposium

Posted by Social Media on 26/08/2015 7:20:01 PM

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Topics: Highlight, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, News

The Who's Who of the PSC Symposium

Posted by Social Media on 26/08/2015 7:20:01 PM

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Topics: Highlight, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, News

Our Own Emma Rose on Being Selected for the BIFB

Posted by Social Media on 21/08/2015 10:36:30 PM
Emma Rose, our talented graduate of PSC who has returned to extend her journey with us through the Pathways Program, speaks about her experience in getting selected for the Projections Program at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale this year:
Image by Emma Rose
There have been 45 artists chosen, from 16 countries around the world.
My series,  Fish Tank,  includes 20 photographs exploring today's rapidly shifting landscapes: the humdrum of daily routines, rise of solo lifestyles and the overall ease with which people are interacting with largely artificial spaces. As government surveillance heightens, there's a looming presence and an overriding sense of isolation of the individual in an indifferent world.
Image by Emma Rose
I'm an Advanced Diploma graduate from last year's fine-art major, with a background in journalism and theatre. My work has been significantly influenced by Melbourne's distinct brand of architecture. I have a passion for people-watching and capturing fleeting everyday moments -- particularly the dynamic between humans and inanimate objects and the modern landscapes they inhabit.
Image by Emma Rose
The Ballarat International Foto Biennale runs from August 22nd to Sept 20th, and the Projections Program loops on a big screen at the Ballarat Mining Exchange from 10am to 5pm daily throughout the festival.

[embed]https://vimeo.com/134078764[/embed]

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Topics: Highlight, projection art, Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, photography

Our Own Emma Rose on Being Selected for the BIFB

Posted by Social Media on 21/08/2015 10:36:30 PM
Emma Rose, our talented graduate of PSC who has returned to extend her journey with us through the Pathways Program, speaks about her experience in getting selected for the Projections Program at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale this year:
Image by Emma Rose
There have been 45 artists chosen, from 16 countries around the world.
My series,  Fish Tank,  includes 20 photographs exploring today's rapidly shifting landscapes: the humdrum of daily routines, rise of solo lifestyles and the overall ease with which people are interacting with largely artificial spaces. As government surveillance heightens, there's a looming presence and an overriding sense of isolation of the individual in an indifferent world.
Image by Emma Rose
I'm an Advanced Diploma graduate from last year's fine-art major, with a background in journalism and theatre. My work has been significantly influenced by Melbourne's distinct brand of architecture. I have a passion for people-watching and capturing fleeting everyday moments -- particularly the dynamic between humans and inanimate objects and the modern landscapes they inhabit.
Image by Emma Rose
The Ballarat International Foto Biennale runs from August 22nd to Sept 20th, and the Projections Program loops on a big screen at the Ballarat Mining Exchange from 10am to 5pm daily throughout the festival.

[embed]https://vimeo.com/134078764[/embed]

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Topics: Highlight, projection art, Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Event, Exhibition, Gallery, graduates, photography

PSC Teacher Wins Australia's Biggest Photography Prize

Posted by Melina on 23/03/2015 9:12:15 AM

PSC is delighted to announce that Bachelor of Photography teacher Hoda Afshar has won the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2015.

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Topics: Highlight, Exhibition, Gallery, News, Staff, Uncategorized

PSC Teacher Wins Australia's Biggest Photography Prize

Posted by Melina on 23/03/2015 9:12:15 AM

PSC is delighted to announce that Bachelor of Photography teacher Hoda Afshar has won the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2015.

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Topics: Highlight, Exhibition, Gallery, News, Staff, Uncategorized

Photojournalism Update

Posted by Melina on 05/03/2015 10:07:35 AM

The Advanced Diploma Photojournalism Major got under way in a slightly unusual but most stylish manner last week with Adelaide maestro Milton Wordley presenting his "A Year in the Life of Grange" project at Gallery Eleven40 in Malvern.

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Topics: Highlight, Gallery, News, Students

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