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!
We hope you all had a great time on the “Pic Day Out” and look forward to seeing your pictures and hearing your stories from the day. You all have your timetables and know that classes commence at 9:30. A map of the facility will be posted some time on Monday, for all the new students to orient themselves. We’re pumped and excited and looking forward to an exciting full of great pictures and plenty of fun.
Classes begin at 9:30.
Group 1 bring notebooks and pens & Diaries.
Group 2 bring notebooks and pens & Diaries
Group 4 Digital Cameras and your files from the pic day out shoot, as well as notebooks and pens & Diaries and an external storage device of a least 4 gigs. Download this set of notes too if you like.
Group 6, if you own a medium format camera or a ‘Holga’ 120 camera please bring it to class, along with notebooks and pens & Diaries
A reminder to all students, do not delete your pictures from the pic day out, they are needed for your early digital classes.
Head On Portrait Prize – Call for Entries
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION – Sunday 11pm (EDT), 13 March 2011
Head on Foundation invites photographers to submit images to the 2011 photographic portrait competition.
Prizes will be awarded for the best 3 images. Further prizes will be awarded to images selected for ‘The Critic’s Award’ and for ‘People’s Choice’. Judging is done anonymously – no identifying detail are visible to the judges, to ensure that the selection is not affected by who the photographer is or by the subject of the photograph.
The judges this year are Judith Blackall, MCA Head of Artistic Programs, Sandra Harrison, SMH Photographic Managing Editor, Sean Izzard, multiple award winning photographer and Moshe Rosenzveig, Head On Photo Festival Director. The ‘Critic’s Prize’ will be selected by photography critic Robert McFarlane.
Total value of prizes is approximately $50,000.
EXPERIMENTA COMMISSION CALL OUT
Experimenta is pleased to announce the commencement of our next commission round in preparation for Experimenta’s 5th International Biennial of Media Art launching in September 2012.
Commissioning new work by Australian media artists is fundamental to Experimenta’s program. Through the commissioning process, we support artists in the creation of new projects including interactive, screen based, sound, public, transmedial, online artworks and beyond. Experimenta commissions provide a significant opportunity for both emerging and mid-career Australian artists to gain professional, creative and technical development, with the required financial support, to realise innovative works of art that engage and thrill the imaginations of our wide audiences.
Projects supported will be funded up to $8,000.
Hi folks, I know many of you guys use Tumblr, for your wonderful blogs & visual diaries; it seems there is some sort of problem with the service, which is a free service so hang in there, hopefully we’ll hear something from the trenches soon.
If you can’t wait that long there is another service available, called posterous.com, have a look and see what you think? I use it as a phone direct to web service and have several blogs as a consequence.