Join us at 6.30pm Tuesday October 22nd for our 2020 information session.
This MA course is the first and only one of its kind in Australia and in the Asia-Pacific region, a dedicated 18-month intensive programme in a dedicated photography institution.
You’ll be taught by world leaders in the fields of art and documentary photography – Hoda Afshar, Dr. Kristian Haggblom, Brie Trenerry, Dr. David Rosetzky, Clare Rae and Daniel Boetker-Smith; and you’ll have access to mentors from across the globe like Clare Strand (UK), Angela Tiatia (NZ/AUS), Bruno Ceschel (IT), Melinda Gibson (UK), Louis Porter (UK), Jemila MacEwan (USA), and Ian Teh (MY).
The next intake for our Master of Arts Photography programme is in February 2020 – come and hear all about this programme, see the facilities, and meet the staff.
Image: ‘Lulu, Footscray’ 2019, Yask Desai (current MA student)
AN ECSTATIC EVENING THAT BRINGS TOGETHER LIVE MUSIC AND PHOTOGRAPHY OF EACH MAJOR FIELD OF STUDY; COMMERCIAL, DOCUMENTARY AND FINE ART, AS WELL AS THEIR INTERSECTIONS.
On October 3rd, Medium and the Photography Studies College (PSC) Graduating Class of 2019 are celebrating emerging artists and their endeavours in the heart of Fitzroy at BSIDE Gallery. A collection of fine-art printed images to be sold, hung on the walls of the space and serenaded to by an array of local musicians. The likes of which are inspired by many of the same ideas expressed in the photographs; identity, the ‘other’ and the perceptions of those around us, cultivated by innate human interactions and experiences. During the bursts of song and dance, attendees are invited to buy any and all images on the walls of the space. Ranging between $5 - $30, each purchase made on the night will financially support the PSC Graduates for their End-of-Year Exhibition, ‘As I Gaze’, at the Centre of Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy.
All are welcome to come along to the fundraiser; fellow members of Melbourne's art and music communities, friends and loved ones. This will be an exuberant evening and to be enjoyed by everyone attended, full of interesting conversation, stellar dancing bathed by the assemblage of photographs.
$10 ENTRY (Discounted $5 entry for Third year PSC students)