The diploma students recently visited Gold Street Studios in Trentham East.
Thanks to all the staff at the studios who showed us the work of Tim Rudman on display in the gallery space as well as a tour though the darkrooms.
The Diploma of Photoimaging students are having their annual mid year show, entitled Seven Degrees North. This year the students have chosen to exhibit at APTE Cafe, 538 Heidelberg Road, Alphington, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The photography exhibition is open now runs until the 26th of June 2017, the cafe is open 7 days a week and entry is free.
If you have decided to participate in the 2017 supplementary offer rounds with VTAC and want to study Photography full time with us this year? We can be emailed for more details at email@example.com, or can get more information at http://pic.org.au/supplementary-offers/ or http://pic.org.au/about
Alternatively you can even ring the offer number on 03 9478 5816, and leave a message as the office doesn’t open until the 23rd of January.
The annual photography exhibition of our all our students is about to open.
This year we are exhibiting at Fox Gallery and Studios at 8 Elizabeth Street, Kensington.The opening night is, Thursday the 3rd of November, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. The gallery hours are, Thursday, Friday, 11:0am to 6:00pm, Saturday, Sunday, 11:00am to 5:00pm.
You have to be considerate of the tones that you are photographing. Seeing the process that you need to take to get the perfectly exposed photograph on analogue probably makes you more considerate in digital.
Like Deakin University and RMIT, we offer extensive training using analogue equipment and materials.
Luis Ascui a former student of PIC, presents the beginning of a new photographic journey into his homeland of Chile, with images of the indigenous Mapuche community who live in remote, southern regions of the country that border Argentina.
In his professional life he’s received the 2000 Nikon Award for Photojournalism Asia, covering Indonesia’s political transition to a post-Suharto government. Other significant work includes images from Afghanistan during the Taliban’s siege of Kabul, Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge were operational, Mexico’s Zapatista-indigenous uprising, and the civil conflict in northern Sri Lanka from the Tamil Tiger base in Kilinochchi. He has also photographed on location for broadcast networks (National Geographic and The Discovery Channel) in Mongolia’s Gobi desert, and from Mount Everest’s base camp 2, and undertakes “extreme” shoots in the Oceania region for programs such as Man vs. Wild with Bear Grylls and Naked Survivor with Ed Stafford. Much of his work in breaking news – for Reuters, Getty Images, AP, and magazines like TIME and newspapers around the globe – over the last two decades has covered frontline natural disaster stories such as the devastating Asia Boxing Day tsunami, and earthquakes in Pakistan, Nias Island, and Chile.
His interest in human stories explores history and some of the contemporary challenges faced by Chile’s indigenous culture. What comes to light is a struggle for recognition among these visual narratives. Early in his career, Luis received a grant from Panos (London) for documenting Mayan culture in Central America and those images were exhibited in Copenhagen at the United Nations Summit for Social Development. These recent photographs from Chile continue this visual narrative that began some 30 years ago.
Publishers and news agencies include:
The New York Times, The Times (London), The Independent (London), The Daily Telegraph (London), The International Herald Tribune, The Financial Times (London), and magazines: TIME International, Asia Week (Hong Kong), Focus Magazine (Germany), Hombre De Maiz Magazine (Central America), El Clarin (Argentina), Reuters (Central America), Reuters (Australia), The Associated Press (Cambodia), The Associated Press (Australia), Agence France-Presse (London), SIPA Press (New York), Medecins Sans Frontiers (Afghanistan), ICRC – International Centre for the Red Cross (Afghanistan).
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.
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!
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.