The annual student Exhibition is upon us.
PIC’s annual student photography exhibition will again this year be held at Glen Eira Arts Centre, corner of Glen Eira and Glenhuntly Roads, Caulfield. The opening night is, Wednesday the 31st of October, 6:00pm to 8:00pm. The exhibition dates are Thursday the 1st November to Sunday the 11th November. Gallery hours are, Monday to Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm, Sat/Sun 1:00pm to 5:00pm
There will be a cross section of all the students photographic portfolios on display for all to enjoy.
We hope to see you there?
Want to print out your own invite, this is the link to do so.
This Thursday at, 12:30 in Studio One there will be a general meeting of ALL STUDENTS from both first and second year.
As the end of year exhibition is rapidly approaching we need to organise a variety of tasks, revolving around the exhibition at Glen Eira Arts Complex.
ALL STUDENTS MUST ATTEND!
The exhibition runs from the 31st of October to the 11th of November, 2012. Other important dates and information about the process will be delivered at the meeting on Thursday.
Assessments need to be completed as quickly as possible, both first years and second must have handed all assessable tasks in a soon as possible.
13th~16th November is the Final folio assessment for Second year students; after the end of year exhibition.
Check out about 450 photographs in the CCP Kodak salon exhibition and competition which opens next Thursday 14th April 6-8pm.
Look out for the winner of our prize, the photographic imaging college’s $300 Vanbars voucher for the best documentary photograph. There should be some great work so do make sure you check it out.
Please have all your exhibition labels in to PIC by this Wednesday 27th October.
Remember you must have exhibition pieces ready and delivered to PIC well before 4pm Friday 29th
If you’ve got any spots, hair or dust marks on any of your fibre prints that need to be fixed for folio or exhibition pieces then come along to a spotting demo this Wednesday 13th Oct at 12.30 in the digital hub.
I’ll show you how to do it old school style.
Here are the dates to have your work selected for the annual exhibition for 2010.
Snapped: Melbourne past and present
Capture our city’s changes in the Snapped: Melbourne past and present photography competition.
Indulge your passion for photography and history and you could win $1000, courtesy of the Melbourne Library Service’s Snapped competition.
Find an old Melbourne photograph – it could be from your family album or a Melbourne Library Service image from the Picture Victoria website. Take a new photograph of the same place and reveal the changes – or similarities – of Melbourne past and present.
Prizes will be awarded in two categories:
under 18 years
18 years and over
Shortlisted photographs will be exhibited at the Gallery @ City Library in November and will also be added to the Melbourne Library Service’s photograph collection on www.picturevictoria.vic.gov.au
12 August 2010 to 12 August 2010; 6–7.30PM at MGA
Join BILL HENSON and STEPHEN ZAGALA at MGA for a discussion of his most recent work. MGA travelling exhibition BILL HENSON: early work from the MGA collection is on display at Burrinja Gallery, Upwey from 30 July–26 September 2010.
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 03 8544 0500, entry by pre-purchased tickets only
$10 Students, Friends of MGA, Jarmbi Members
$15 General public
This event is bought to you by the FRIENDS OF MGA
From the Sydney Morning Herald. The exhibition is on in Sydney.
There are 1440 minutes in a day. In these minutes photographers capture a moment.
These moments make up a day which lasts forever.
State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street, Sydney.
3rd July – 1st August 2010. Entry is free.