19
Jan

Study Photography with PIC, with VTAC’s Supplementary offers?

2017-01-19 — posted by at 08:10

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 admin@pic.org.au, 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.

 
23
Nov

New Page Added

2016-11-23 — posted by at 13:40

A portrait of Helen

A portrait of Helen

We have added a new page to our website to help you learn about photography. It is a page dedicated to photographic terminology. Photography has a unique technical language which can at time be confusing to new comers, our list of terms is intended to ease this. If you have any additions or suggestions for our page please contact us and let us know.

 
10
Oct

Learn Analogue Photography?

2016-10-10 — posted by at 08:21

img_7242-version-2Join dozens of photography students as they learn the value of a single, well-composed shot. Developing your own pictures will improve your skills with digital cameras.

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.

Apply now to become a great all round photographer.

 
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.

 
19
Aug

Thursday Gallery Excursion for First Years

2013-08-19 — posted by at 10:53

All first years to visit Ballarat this Thursday.

PIC is closed for first year students, ONLY!

First years, catch the 9:03 from Southern Cross Station, the gallery is a 5 minute walk from the station, see the google map below.

In Ballarat; meet outside the Mining Exchange in Sturt Street @ 10:45. This is gallery A, we will also visit Gallery B, and Gallery F.


View Driving directions to Art Gallery of Ballarat, 40 Lydiard Street North, Ballarat VIC 3350, Australia in a larger map

Here is a map of the Gallery spaces.

 

gallery map bifb 2013

Map showing the galleries in Ballarat

Here is a task sheet to help you explore and examine the work on display.

pic-bifb-2013-task

 

 
22
Feb

Contact Details

2013-02-22 — posted by at 07:49

Hi folks, to make sure you are kept up to date on all class issues, please inform the front office of any changes to your details  especially your email address. Email, the news page, facebook and twitter are how we communicate to you any last minute changes to things like excursions.  So; please keep your information relevant and up to date and check at least your email and one of the other forms of communication daily for updates.

[Update]We are still having problems with some emails bouncing so, you must check the blog as a minimum.

 
9
Mar

First Year Folio Classes This Week.

2011-03-09 — posted by at 04:20

This week we all will meet at the Ian Potter Centre, in the exhibition ‘Stormy Weather’ Contemporary Landscape Photography.

This exhibition is situated, on Level two. There will be a curator’s talk given, so be prompt.

The times and dates are:

  • Thursday May 10th, 2pm Irene/Kevin
  • Thursday May 10th, 3pm Gayle/Stuart
  • Friday May 11th, 3pm Ali/Kevin
  • Friday May 18th, 2pm Irene/Marcus
 
24
Feb

Ten Lessons For Young Creatives

2011-02-24 — posted by at 21:57

  1. Be authentic. The most powerful asset you have is your individuality, what makes you unique. It’s time to stop listening to others on what you should do.
  2. Work harder than anyone else and you will always benefit from the effort.
  3. Get off the computer and connect with real people and culture. Life is visceral.
  4. Constantly improve your craft. Make things with your hands. Innovation in thinking is not enough.
  5. Travel as much as you can. It is a humbling and inspiring experience to learn just how much you don’t know.
  6. Being original is still king, especially in this tech-driven, group-grope world.
  7. Try not to work for stupid people or you’ll soon become one of them.
  8. Instinct and intuition are all-powerful. Learn to trust them.
  9. The Golden Rule actually works. Do good.
  10. If all else fails, No. 2 is the greatest competitive advantage of any career.

Source? John C Jay from, WIEDEN+KENNEDY

 
23
Feb
 
11
Feb

Nostalgia; or not?

2011-02-11 — posted by at 05:36

 
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