(Image: Georgia Black, The Return (detail), 2016, smoke and acrylic on glossy photo paper, 10.0 x 15.0 cm)
PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Grounded by Georgia Black, Surfacing by Caroline Huf.
Exhibition dates: 6 October - 6 November 2016
Opening on Thursday 6 October 2016 at 6pm. Exhibitions to be opened by local artist and PhotoAccess board member Kate Murphy (Ellis Hutch).
Grounded. An exhibition embracing the relationship between photography and printmaking, emerging Canberra-based artist Georgia Black’s work explores transience and impermanence.Catalogue
Surfacing. Canberra-based artist Caroline Huf’s exhibition showcases a series of still and moving image works exploring ideas of surface, substance and duration.Catalogue
Artists in conversation, Sunday 6 November at 2pm.
(Image: Caroline Huf, Surfacing, 2016, stills from digital video)
Spring 2016 courses and workshops
Classes in analogue and digital photography, studio lighting, street photography and 19th Century photographic processes, for all experience levels are now open for enrolment. Gain new skills, expand your knowledge, or learn new techniques at PhotoAccess this spring! Click here to find out more.
(Image: Laura Hindmarsh, Finding Focus (detail), 2016, film still, black and white 16 mm film)
PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery the first of our 2016 Residence Season exhibitions:
Finding Focus by Laura Hindmarsh and Temporality by Enrico Scotece.
Opening on Friday 11 November at 6pm, as part of the Inner South Arts Hub Art After Dark and Art + Ride program of events.
Exhibitions to be opened by Associate Professor Denise Ferris, Head of School of Art, Australian National University.
Exhibition dates: 11 November - 27 November 2016.
Finding Focus | Laura Hindmarsh
An Exhibition by London-based mid-career Australian artist Laura Hindmarsh, incorporating film, performance and experimental photographic techniques. Presented through the PhotoAccess and Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres Double Exposure residency program, funded by the ACT Government’s 2016 Arts Residencies ACT Program.
Temporality | Enrico Scotece
Experimental landscape photographic works printed in the PhotoAccess darkroom by mid-career Sydney-based photographer Enrico Scotece. Presented through the PhotoAccess Dark Matter residency program.
The 2016 PhotoAccess Residents Season is proudly supported by Lerida Estate.
- Tuesday 15 November at 6pm: Entering the Work, an artist film and video screening featuring 16mm, super8, digital video and an expanded cinema performance featuring; Jenny Baines (UK), Selena de Carvalho (AU), Louise Curham (AU), Bea Haut (UK), Laura Hindmarsh (AU/UK) and Gabriella Hirst (AU). Curated by Laura Hindmarsh. Ralph Wilson Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre. Tickets: $10/$5 www.agac.com.au or on the door.
- Sunday 27 November at 2pm: Enrico Scotece artist talk in the Huw Davies Gallery.
(Image: Enrico Scotece, 9240 (little earth) (detail), 2016, fibre-base silver gelatin photograph, 33.3 x 26.4 cm)
(Image: Gilbert Herrada, On Film exhibition opening at PhotoAccess, 2015)
Seeing the Big Picture – Photography | Arts Law workshop
Taking photographs means creating copyright. In this free workshop, Arts Law will take the confusion out of the many legal issues around creating, licensing, exhibiting and selling your photography and photo-based art. The workshop will cover copyright, moral rights, contracts and give you some tips on negotiating better deals with agents and galleries as well as some tips for understanding competition terms and conditions.
About the presenter: Robyn Ayres: Robyn has been a lawyer for over 20 years and the CEO of Arts Law since 2002. In 2004 she established Arts Law’s Artists in the Black program, a legal advice service specifically for Indigenous artists. She is committed to ensuring that artists and arts organisations properly understand their rights as well as their legal responsibilities and are fairly rewarded for the work they do.
When: 4:00pm-5:30pm, Wednesday 9 November 2016
Where: PhotoAccess Teaching Room, Manuka Arts Centre
Bookings: Free event, booking essential. Book your spot here