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A summer of photography!

14 Dec 2017

A summer of photography! Image

The Photography Studies College (PSC) will open its “Summer Exhibition” on Wednesday, December 13 at its home at 65 City Rd, Southbank.

Running from 6pm until 8pm, PSC will open with an explosion of creative, photographic talent and the exhibition will continue through until Friday, February 16, 2018.

The exhibition features an exciting range of graduate and undergraduate photography, moving image and digital production from PSC’s Bachelor of Photography and Advanced Diploma courses.

The myriad of images reflects each student’s individual expressions of their world.

The exhibition is perfectly balanced and curated by PSC’s senior lecturers Hoda Afshar (convener of art photography) and Julie Wajs (convener of commercial photography).

The students have curated powerful installations around fragile social issues, mysterious and curious portrait studies, dynamic and graphic photographs of everyday objects.

Their way of seeing the world promises to inspire!

And in addition to its Summer Exhibition, PSC has teamed up with Southgate Melbourne to present Photobites@Lunchtime – a series of lunchtime mini information sessions in the lead-up to Christmas.

While the sessions kicked off in November, there are still two sessions locals can attend this month, which will present small gems of practical information on which you can start to build your photography knowledge.

The sessions are designed with everyone in mind, covering all levels of experience from the interested onlooker to the small business keen to promote their brand image.

All sessions are FREE and remaining events include:

Food for Thought: Still life and Food

Wednesday, December 13, 12pm – 1pm

A workshop dedicated to teaching the art of taking high quality photographs of products or plates that one can easily replicate.

Create an Instagram Story

Wednesday, December 18, 12pm – 1pm

Learn how to engage your friends and followers without clogging up your Instagram feed!

The sessions are held at the PSC Pop Up Gallery Space at level 3, shop 5 at Southgate.

Visit psc.edu.au for more information on both events.

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