Personal Photography Project | Workshop and exhibition | Commencing 30 October 2016 | FULL
(Image: Lori Cicchini in from of her work in the 2014/15 Personal Photography Project exhibition A time and place)
2016/17 PhotoAccess Personal Photography Project
PhotoAccess is delighted to announce the fourth Personal Photography Project workshop, scheduled to start in term 4 2016 and continue into term 3 2017, culminating in a group exhibition at the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery in September 2017.
Personal Photography Project is an eleven-month long program aimed at providing a supportive and structured environment for photographers looking to sink their teeth into a personal project of their own choice. The group will meet six times during the eleven months, where they will critique each other's work and get feedback from the tutor, as well as get the inspiration needed to continue their individual projects. Participants are encouraged to challenge themselves and use different techniques and approaches to the medium of photography.
Sunday 30 October 2016, 12pm-5pm
Sunday 11 December 2016, 12pm-5pm
Sunday 26 February 2017, 12pm-5pm
Sunday 23 April 2017, 12pm-5pm
Sunday 16 July 2017, 12pm-5pm
Sunday 13 August 2017, 12pm-5pm
Exhibition dates: Thursday 14 September - Sunday 24 September 2017
$550 (for current PhotoAccess members)
$585 (includes 12 months membership to PhotoAccess)
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Maximum number of participants: 12 (FULLY BOOKED)
Tutor: Thea McGrath. Thea is a Canberra-based photographer, and graduated from the Canberra Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Photography in 2014, were she was awarded an Australian Institute of Professional Photography outstanding achievement award. Thea regularly accepts commercial photography assignments, is a practicing fine art photographer and regularly exhibits her work in Canberra. Thea is also PhotoAccess’ Program Manager.
This course requires no previous experience, although completion of any of the following courses (or relevant experience) is recommended; One-day Introduction to DSLR photography, or Camera Skills.
(Images: 2015/16 Personal Photography Project participants at their exhibition A Closer Look)