Fisrtly a reminder:-
This weather report is from the bom.gov.au site, the nearest weather station/town is Colac, which is lower in altitude and much further away from the coast.
Forecast for the rest of Tuesday
Note the minimum temperatures
Partly cloudy. Isolated showers from this morning until late afternoon. Winds south to southwesterly averaging 10 to 20 km/h becoming light later in the evening. Temperatures around 14 during the day.
Ballarat Morning shower or two. Max 12
Hamilton Morning shower or two.Max 14
Colac Shower or two. Max14
Warrnambool Shower or two. Max 15
Maximum Fire Danger: Low
UV Alert from 11:30 am to 1:10 pm, UV Index predicted to reach 3 [Moderate]
Forecast for Wednesday
Cloudy. Patches of frost early in the morning. Isolated showers from the morning. Winds north to northwesterly averaging 10 to 20 km/h tending west to northwesterly up to 30 km/h during the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to around 4 with daytime temperatures reaching around 14
Ballarat Frost then showers.Min1 Max 12
Hamilton Few showers.Min3 Max 14
Colac Few showers.Min6 Max15
Warrnambool Few showers.Min 6 Max 15
Forecast for Thursday
Partly cloudy. Patches of frost early in the morning. Winds west to southwesterly averaging 10 to 20 km/h becoming light later in the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to around 5 with daytime temperatures reaching around 16.
Ballarat Light early frost. Min2 Max13
Hamilton Partly cloudy. Min4 Max15
Colac Early shower or two. Min7 Max16
Warrnambool Partly cloudy. Min 6 Max 17
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TONY MOTT (Rock n Roll Photographer)
“Every Picture Tells a Story”
A talk and slide show with tales of 25 years in Rock n Roll photography.
Doors open from 6:30pm.
Bar Menu and Wine List available.
Limited table seating is also available to those who arrive early.(No allocated seating)
Tony’s had over 30,000 photos published, 2500 photo sessions. His pictures have appeared on 400 posters, 450 cd’s / record covers, 800 magazine covers with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, Beasts of Bourbon, Lucinda Williams, Nick Cave Bjork, Madonna, Slipknot and the list goes on. He’s managed to collect some stories that he thinks are vaguely interesting and some are downright bizarre.
Wednesday 1st April 09
The Thornbury Theatre
Doors open: 6:30pm
$10 (on the door)
A photography and Video Exhibition.
GORKER GALLERY IS PROUD TO PRESENT ‘WITH LOVE’, A COLLABORATIVE CROSSROAD OF PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEO INSTALLATION BY LUIZA SÁ (CSS), HANA DAVIES AND CRISTINE LEONE.
THESE THREE ARTISTS INVITE US TO SHARE THE WAY THEY LOOK AT THE THEMSELVES AND THE WOMEN THEY HAVE DEEP CONNECTIONS WITH THROUGH A VISUAL & SENSORY EXPLORATION. THEIR EXHIBITION AIMS TO SHOW US THE WAY WOMAN CAN TEACH AND INSPIRE US IN OUR EVERYDAY LIFE… ‘WITH LOVE’.
BOTH LUIZA SÁ AND HANA DAVIES EXPRESS THIS CONCEPT WITH THE POWER OF PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE, WHILE CRISTINE LEONE WILL BE EXHIBITING A VIDEO INSTALLATION. ALL THREE ARTISTS INVITE THE VIEWER TO FEEL AND TOUCH THE WORK, TO OPEN OUR MINDS TO THE UNKNOWN AND ENTER THEIR INTIMATE WORLD.
According to Daniel in 2nd Year a good show.
All first year groups are going to Dickersons Gallery and then CCP for art. Please meet either Gayle or Irene out the front of Dickersons gallery on your specific days.
44 Oxford Street
Collingwood Melbourne VIC 3066
Bring your Gallery book with you.
Groups 2 & 4: Tuesday 10th of March @ 11.30
Groups 1 &3: Friday 13th of March @ 11.30
Excursion for 2nd years
Second years meeting at MGA @ 10:00am Wednesday the 4th of March.
This week is ‘O’ week. This means several things. Shorter days, for this week only, and a BBQ on Tuesday.
The ‘O’ week timetable was handed out on enrollment day, if you need another email me and ‘ll send you one electronically.
All are welcome to the BBQ, free sausages and bread, and soft drinks. The BBQ will be from 12:30 onwards.
Next week will see us undertake an excursion, to the Botanical gardens, followed by, you guessed it another BBQ. Meet at the coffee shop near the lake.
11:00 Meet at the coffee shop by the lake, for last minute instructions and issuing of film if needed. A ‘brief will be handed out/set on the day and the work will form part of a folio. Shoot in the gardens until 1:30.
1:30 Meet at the BBQ’s near the corner of Alexander Ave and Anderson St. to get to know your fellow students, oh and the staff.
As an extra, for those with flickr accounts, you may like to consider uploading to flickr and tagging with either, picdayout09, or upcoming:event=1808516, also you might like to consider creating an album on face book, and sharing it with the pic group.
CALL FOR ENTRIES 2009
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION – Sunday 11pm (EDT), 22 March 2009
Head on Foundation invites photographers to submit images to the 2009 photographic portrait competition.
Prizes will be awarded for the best 3 images. The selection of images will be done anonymously based on the power of the photograph rather than the celebrity of the subject or photographer. Further prizes will be awarded to images selected for ‘The Critic’s Prize’ and for ‘People’s Choice’.
Finalists’ work will be selected by Magnum photographer Trent Parke, Award winning Photographer Narelle Autio, Good Weekend picture editor Judith Love and Head On curator Moshe Rosenzveig. The ‘Critic’s Prize’ will be selected by the Sydney Morning Herald photography critic Robert McFarlane.
Total value of prizes is approximately $37,000.