(Image: Lorna Sim, Alison (dancer/choreographer Alison Plevey) (detail), 2016, archival inkjet on photo rag, 10 x 8 inc)
PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery:
BULB, a PhotoAccess members’ exhibition, and A Closer Look by PhotoAccess’ Personal Photography Project participants.
Opening on Thursday 21 July 2016 at 6pm
Exhibitions to be opened by Sean Davey, Director of The Photography Room, photographer and PhotoAccess Tutor.
Exhibition dates: 21 July - 7 August 2016
BULB: photographs of movement
BULB explores movement: movement in pictures, movement in life. A photograph freezes the world around us, but it does not mean that the world within the photograph is frozen. When set to ‘bulb’ mode, a camera’s shutter will remain open for as long as the photographer’s finger remains on the release button to create images full of motion and blur. BLUB showcases work by 30 PhotoAccess members: Stephen Best, Ulli Brunnschweiler, Joseph Cali, Alan Charlton, Tom Chesson, Lori Cicchini, Casey Crockford, Tod Davis, Marwan El Hassan, Jennifer Everart, Ngaio Fitzpatrick, Tony Fleming, Susan Henderson, Gilbert Herrada, Margaret Kalms, Angus Kendon, Paul Livingston, Kate Luke, Thea McGrath, Nadia Mcleish, Don McLeod, Scot Newman, Judy Parker, Brian Rope, Lorna Sim, Kim Sinclair, Neil Stafford, Brian Stewart, Lachlan Thompson and Mervyn Wright. Catalogue
A Closer Look
In 2015/16 PhotoAccess ran the eleven-month long Personal Photography Project workshop (culminating in this group exhibition A Closer Look) which provided a supportive environment for Canberra-based emerging photographers to develop a project of their choice. A Closer Look showcases works by participants of the Personal Photography Project: Fiona Bowring-Greer, Susan Clarke, Karen Coombes, Lyndal Curtis, Zelda Green, Rob Lee, Bronwyn McNally, Kleber Osorio, Ian Skinner, Gordon Taylor and Michael Ye. Catalogue
(Image: Zelda Green, Ade, 2015, inkjet print. 25.0 x 20.0 cm)
Winter 2016 Education Program
Classes in analogue and digital photography, studio lighting, cinematography 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 Winter! Click here to find out more.