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8/12/2016

SUNSTUDIOS & Canon offer DOUBLE Cash Back

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5/12/2016

PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIES COLLEGE End of Year Exhibition 2016

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24/11/2016

Capture is looking to discover Australia’s best emerging photography talent

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Capture is looking to discover Australia's best emerging photography talent.

TO ENTER
Submit a portfolio of 6 images in any of the following categories...
ARCHITECTURE | ART | EDITORIAL/FASHION | LANDSCAPE | DOCUMENTARY/PHOTOJOURNALISM | PORTRAIT | TRAVEL | STUDENT | WEDDING | SPORT

You may enter more than one category, and may enter each category more than once.

PRIZES
Overall winner: $3,000 + Fujifilm X-Pro2 & XF 35mm f/2 lens
Category winners (x10): $450 + prize pack
Total prize pool value: $21,000

DATES
Early bird ends: 30 January 2017
Closes: 18 February 2017

For more info: http://bit.ly/2fqClVg

13/10/2016

Melbourne Pop Up Gallery | Assistants & Emerging Photographer Exhibition Opening Night

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6/10/2016

Red Dot Exhibition & Fundraiser

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Dear photographers,

I wanted to personally invite you to our very exciting RED DOT fundraising exhibition.
For the first time in the Biennale’s history we are having the exhibition in Ballarat and in Melbourne.

All photographers donate their work, you purchase a ‘Red Dot” and on the night you choose one of the photographs to take home.
(all images are on our website to view but no artists names!).

I hope you can join us in our only fundraising event for 2016.

Attached is the invitation and all you need to do is log onto ballaratfoto.org/reddot
and purchase a ticket. (drinks and nibbles included)

I would welcome you to send this to others who might like to have a fun night and take home a beautiful photographic art piece.

There are only 80 images for each exhibition, so log on NOW and confirm your artwork.

I look forward to catching up with you there,

Fiona Sweet
Festival and Creative Director

27/9/2016

Calling all photographers Red Dot Collection fundraiser

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Calling all photographers
Red Dot Collection fundraiser.

We are inviting International and National photographers to submit one or two image files for consideration of being part of this year’s Red Dot Collection.

There is absolutely no cost to you to participate in the 2016 Red Dot Collection Fundraiser, we will professionally print your image on exhibition archival paper.

Please send your image to
fundraising@ballaratfoto.org (under 6mg)
with:
Name
Image title
Year
Email
Phone
Website

Instructions: Your file must be supplied as RGB (ICC - adobe1998) 30cm or 2800 pixels on the longest side, with the file saved as SURNAME_FIRST NAME INITIAL_Title.jpg saved at highest quality (level 12). We will print all images on A3 sized archival stock to archival standards. After printing, all image files received will be deleted from our server. Please note: BIF will NOT store your image file. Your image file is required for a one time print purpose only.

Agreement:
By sending my file to Ballarat International Foto I agree to participation in the BIF RED DOT Collection Fundraiser

DEADLINE - 25 SEPTEMBER 2016

22/9/2016

Bowness Photography Prize Artist Talks | MGA OPEN LATE

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6 October 2016

7.00pm artist talks

Join 2016 Bowness Photography Prize finalists Jeremy BLINCOE, Chris BUDGEON, Mia Mala MCDONALD & Tajette O’HALLORAN as they discuss their work on display. MGA will stay open late until 9pm.

Bookings preferred just email mga@monash.vic.gov.au

9/9/2016

Head On Photo Festival is calling for exhibition submissions for 2017

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8/9/2016

2016 Assistants & Emerging Photographer Award Opening Night TONIGHT Sept 8

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2/9/2016

APA 2016 FINAL ENTRIES

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19/8/2016

Live Fashion Shoot Experience with George Antoni

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16/6/2016

2016 SUNSTUDIOS’ prestigious ‘Assistants & Emerging Photographers Award’

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Now in its seventh year, SUNSTUDIOS’ prestigious ‘Assistants & Emerging Photographers Award’ will be driven by the theme, ‘Free’.

The Assistant & Emerging Photographer Award is synonymous with unearthing unique and innovative talent among emerging photographers in the Australian photography industry.

The award aims to promote new talent within the photographic industry and provides photographers with unique exposure to industry leaders both in attendance on the opening night and during its exhibition period, and through significant media coverage of the event.

This year is no different and the finalists will be judged by the industry leaders. The judging panel will be announced soon – watch this space.

The winner and the runner-up will be announced on the opening night on the 8th September 2016 at SUNSTUDIOS Sydney, and substantial prizes sponsored by Canon Australia and broncolor will be given.

Prizes have been announced!

Winner: $4,000 “Canon dollars” to be spent on Canon products at SUNSTUDIOS.

Runner Up: Broncolor Siros 400 L Outdoor Kit 2.

Submit your entry to: submissions@sunstudiosaustralia.com

PLEASE NOTE: ENTRIES CLOSE MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 7th AUGUST 2016.

27/5/2016

Every picture tells a story

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In her gritty and powerful body of work, Ingetje Tadros presents an insider’s view of the struggles faced by remote Aboriginal communities undergoing the hardships that stem from dislocation. Her photos demonstrate both the community trust she earned and her empathy for individuals living far from the public eye.

Please contribute to make this happen, contribute today

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/this-is-my-country-a-photobook-by-ingetje-tadros--4#/

12/5/2016

OVERALL WINNER  JOHN FEELY OVERALL RUNNER-UP  SARAH MASLANKIEWICZ

All the winners revealed - Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2016

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By Marc Gafen for Capture, May 11 2016

The Best emerging talent

Capture's eighth annual Australia's Top Emerging Photographers awards showcases the very best emerging photographic talent, as judged by 51 distinguished professionals from Australia and abroad. The awards recognise, encourage and promote talented photographers in the early stages of their photographic careers. In 2016, the competition attracted 962 entries across the nine categories, comprising 5,772 images – an increase in entries of almost 60% from last year.

Read more at:

http://www.capturemag.com.au/latest/all-the-winners-revealed-australia-s-top-emerging-photographers-2016?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter

31/3/2016

Creating Shared Culture - Art and the Pro-Am

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PUBLIC LECTURE – MELBOURNE
Creating Shared Culture – Art and the Pro-Am
a public lecture by Alasdair Foster
presented by RMIT University Photography Program


Increasingly, the arts are being characterised as an industry whose primary driver is economic. Public funding, which began in earnest after the Second World War, has shifted its emphasis from the nurturing of the arts as a public good to the investment in art as a generator of monetisable product and instrumental change. In doing so it has promoted a firm division between a minority of active creators and a majority of passive consumers: the market.
More recently, communications technologies have facilitated a resurgence of the ‘pro-am’ in the arts, practicing with skilled proficiency without seeking to earn a living from it. While some may see this as a threat to full-time artists, Alasdair Foster argues that it is healthier for the culture of a community and for professionals.

Alasdair Foster is a curator, writer, editor, researcher and policy advisor.

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Monday 4 April, 2016
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Location: Design Hub (Level 3 Lecture Theatre - which is on the *ground level*), RMIT University, Building 100, Corner Victoria and Swanston Streets, Carlton VIC 3053

FREE - ALL WELCOME - NO RSVP REQUIRED

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