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.
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.
Here is a map of the Gallery spaces.
Here is a task sheet to help you explore and examine the work on display.
Hi, Students are reminded that they MUST collect their own work from the gallery. Students are to arrive no later than 4:00pm to do this.
Folio Excursion to the George Eastman House Exhibition “American Dreams“
George Eastman was the founder of Kodak
Bendigo 26th and 27th May
The exhibition includes the work of 35 of America’s most celebrated photographers: Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Margaret Bourke-White, Harry Callahan, Robert Capa, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Imogen Cunningham, Edward S Curtin, William Eggleston, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, Nan Goldin, Lewis Hine, Gertrude Kasebier, Dorothea Lange, Robert Mapplethorpe, Mary Ellen Mark, Tina Modotti, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Joan Myers, Barbara Norfleet, John Pfahl, Man Ray, Cindy Sherman, Stephen Shore, Aaron Siskind, W Eugene Smith, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Weegee, Edward Weston and Gary Winogrand.
Exclusive to Bendigo Art Gallery, this is the first exhibition to be presented in Australia entirely drawn from the collection of George Eastman House.
So this will be your only chance to see this exhibition and these original Prints.
Also we have arranged a representative to talk to you about the Exhibition.
Thursday 26th May Group ONE & FOUR.
Friday 27th May Group TWO & THREE
Travel Advice is the same for both days.
Leave Southern Cross Station at 9.15 am Arrive Bendigo Station at 11.13am.
It takes approx. 12minutes walk to the Bendigo Gallery from the station. Bring umbrella if weather forecast predicts rain?
Return Train Leaves Bendigo Station at 14: 26 (2.26pm) arrives Southern Cross station at 16:26 (4.26pm )
Some staff will be at Southern Cross Station and will also be traveling by train. Each student will need to purchase their own tickets So make an allowance (enough time ) so you don’t miss the train. I am sure you can buy V/Line tickets at major rail stations eg. such as Caulfield.
If you go on line V/Line has a list of metropolitan stations (maybe close to you) You can purchase you Bendigo tickets. Otherwise they can be purchased at Southern Cross Station.
Student Concession cards may be issued to full-time students pursuing a normal course of study at a primary or secondary school up to Year 12 in Victoria.
Students attending a TAFE college and studying a full-time VCE or Year 11 or 12 are eligible to obtain a Secondary Student Concession Card.
Tertiary students are also entitled to concession fares, if they are eligible for a Victorian Public Transport Concession Card.
Note: a school-issued identification card does not entitle a student to purchase concession fares.
Four count ’em folks; yes FOUR ex-pic students have been shortlisted for this years, William Bowness Photography award, who knows folks, maybe your name will be up there too one day.
For Pathways and group 1+3 folio, we are all going to the Monash Gallery of Art this wednesday the 16th of september. We will be seeing the works of American Photographer Roger Ballen and will also have someone from the MGA speak to you about the photographic exhibition.
So please come and meet us at 10.15 out the front of the Monash Gallery of Art,
860 Ferntree Gully Road
Wheelers Hill Victoria 3150 Australia
Melway: 71 J10
This week classes will proceed as usual, except, Friday, which is a 1/2 day. Staff* and students are going to Bimbos in 376 Brunswick Street Fizroy, from 2:00pm onwards for cheap pizza and drinks, so come along and chillax.
*Have fun everyone, I will be thinking of you all from a faraway place. Arigato!
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Next week is term holidays and Marcus, & Irene have kindly offered to open all the facilities to allow students to work on their own, on the Tuesday. The school will be open from 10:00am to 4:00pm Tuesday ONLY!
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Wed 2nd Sept @ Cinema Nova to see ” the September Issue”
Demand will begin to rise on the inkjet printers as we enter the 3rd last week of the term, that’s right folks there are only three weeks left in this term, so now would be a good time to get your skates on. As we anticipate the increase in demand on inkjet printers, we will place booking sheets on the wall in the digital hub every Wednesday. Make sure you’re here to book and make sure you show on your allocated day/time, if you are 15 minutes late the printer is forfeited to the next person waiting.
Irene will be asking you to fill in some paper work in Pathways this week, this will speed the final making process for later on in the term, please show up and help, we actually need your signature of the paperwork if it is missing we will have difficulty processing your final results for 2009.
We need a volunteer to design the annual invite for the 2009 exhibition, if you are interested in either offering an image up for the invite or actually designing it, please see Kevin. URGENTLY
In what is a first this year, we are planning on awarding acquisitive prizes for several styles and genres of work, the details are sketchy at the moment, but we think we will award prizes to 5 of the best pieces made this year, and the winners will be paid for their prints, which we will then keep. As I said details are yet to be nutted out but everyone will be in the running for these acquisitive prizes.
Both Ian Potter and the NGVI Are running photography shows at the moment. Ian Potter has, an exhibition entitled, Long Distance Vision, that…
examines the idea of the ‘tourist gaze’ and its relationship with three contemporary Australian photographers.
The NGVI has a show that looks at photographs