23
Sep

New CCP Exhibition

2016-09-23 — posted by at 09:12

The CCP has a new exhibition opening on the 1st of October entitled, WALKER EVANS: THE MAGAZINE WORK, and is curated by David Company.
More information on their website.

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The CCP is a venue that our students visit as part of their photography studies. Walker Evans is a photographer who is examined in detail in our photography course. Want to study more about these aspects of photography? Apply now!

 
15
Sep

VTAC & 2017 APPLICATIONS

2016-09-15 — posted by at 20:42

If you are applying to study photography with us in 2017, we can be found easily searching the VTAC site, our course code is, 9500189514 . Contact us if you need more help applying to study photography with us.

 
14
Sep

Wordless Wednesday

2016-09-14 — posted by at 08:53

We are running another blog, here is the first post

Want to make images like this one on our other blog, apply to enrol now!

 
29
Aug

Want to study Photography in 2018?

2016-08-29 — posted by at 10:54

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Applications for 2018 studies in Photography are now open.

Contact us for an interview or download a pic_application form.

All you need is to have successfully completed your VCE or equivalent, and a portfolio of photo based or creative imagery.

You also need to apply though VTAC.

 
17
Mar

Part Time Photography Studies?

2016-03-17 — posted by at 11:45

We now offer part time study in Photography. Our current part time photographic classes are full. We will take direct applications for places for part time photographic studies in the 2017 academic year in November 2016

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20
Aug

BIFB 2015!

2015-08-20 — posted by at 15:15

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB) is a month-long festival of contemporary Australian and international photography.

Held every two years in the beautiful and historic city of Ballarat, the BIFB presents two major exhibition programs. The BIFB Core Program is a curated exhibition of 20 leading photographic artists, while the BIFB Fringe Program is an open-entry presentation by more than 200 artists. Our exhibitions are staged in more than 80 venues across Ballarat, including historic buildings, cafes, galleries, and public spaces.

The BIFB continues to grow, contributing over $1.4m to the local community. So far, over 150,000 photography lovers have attended our exhibitions, workshops and events.

Exhibitions are complemented by an extensive program for photographers of all levels. This includes an integrated program of workshops, seminars, audio-visual projections, master classes, artist talks, portfolio reviews, and photographic competitions.

The 2015 edition of the festival will open on 22nd August and runs until 20th September 2015. We look forward to welcoming you.

 
21
Jul

2016 Enrollments? Apply Directly Now.

2015-07-21 — posted by at 08:13

Download our 2016 application form or  contact us for the form. Also we are planning on offering a part time course in 2016, you can register your interest now for that as well!

 
26
Jun

Photographer Wanted

2015-06-26 — posted by at 10:52

I’m currently working as a fashion model both in NYC (USA) and Melbourne, Vic as i have a couple of fashion gigs booked for later on this year. As i was wondering if anyone was interested in a TFD (Time for Digital) Shoot or even a paid photo shoot depending on current experience. This would help both myself and the photographer build our folios.

Pictures can be sent if requested :)

Measurements:
Height: 6ft 1″ (185cm)
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Dark brown
Shoe: 9-10
Waist: 30
Suit:  38R

Thank you for your time – Royce Markey

Ph: 0407042646
Email: Roycemarkey@bigpond.com

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26
Jun

Tracey Moffatt presents a tangent of thoughts that helped her to create ART CALLS her TV show

2015-06-26 — posted by at 10:49

Tracy Moffat will be presenting a talk at the Centre for Contemporary Photography on Tuesday 7 July at 6pm.
TICKETS
$10 students and CCP members
$15 non-members
Bookings essential.
“I would rather talk to another artist about their art practice than discuss my own work”, Tracey Moffatt said in a recent interview published in the Spirited catalogue for the Queensland Art Gallery.


We’re not sure how we managed it, but Moffatt has agreed to talk at CCP!
This is an extraordinary opportunity to hear directly from Tracey Moffatt, one of Australia’s best known and most influential contemporary artists. In conjunction with her exhibition at CCP, Moffatt will give an exclusive public talk at the gallery. Join us for an evening of information sharing and discussion around Moffatt’s enduring and wide reaching practice.As an artist within the VCE syllabus in 2015, this is a valuable opportunity for educators to hear, first hand from Moffat.

Born in Brisbane in 1960, Tracey Moffatt studied visual communications at the Queensland College of Art, graduating in 1982. She has exhibited extensively both in Australia and internationally since her first solo exhibition at the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney in 1989. Selected solo exhibitions include: Tracey Moffatt, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2012; and Tracey Moffatt: Between Dreams and Reality, Spazio Oberdan, Milan, 2006. Comprehensive survey exhibitions of Moffatt’s work have been held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2003-4, the Hasselblad Centre in Goteburg, Sweden in 2004 and at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide in 2011.

Moffatt first gained significant critical acclaim when her short film Night Cries was selected for official competition at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival. Her first feature film, beDevil, was also selected for Cannes in 1993. In 1997, she was invited to exhibit in the Aperto section of the Venice Biennale. A major exhibition of Moffatt’s work was later held at the Dia Center for the Arts in New York in 1997/98, which consolidated her international reputation.

Moffatt has been based in New York since 1997 and recently returned to live in Australia.

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18
Jun
 
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