Two/Four 2023

Showcasing the work of Advanced Diploma of Photography graduates, and second year Bachelor of Photography students Photography Studies College (PSC) will celebrate the launch of this year’s Advanced Diploma of Photography graduates and second year Bachelor of Photography student’s exhibition, Two/Four 2023, the Yarra Sculpture Gallery, Abbotsford, on Saturday 25th November at 2-4pm. Two/Four 2023 is a unique, interactive exhibition showcasing the talents of 11 Advanced Diploma of Photography graduates and 32 Bachelor of Photography students. Their collections touch on issues that concern us all such as human connection, self-image, cultural integration, exploration of place, sustainable living, and several others. These themes are depicted through fine-art prints, photobooks, and a soundscape. One PSC student, Kat Jenkins, has already had her talents recognised in Capture Magazine’s Australasia’s Top (40) Emerging Photographers competition. Her work was also a finalist for the Naked and Nude Art Prize 2023 and was Lens Culture’s Editor’s Pick for the 2023 Portrait Awards. Kat will be presenting the latest images in her Over Exposed series. Other artists include Jasmine Evans, Paul Fisher, Kim James, Melina Kelsey, Jeff Liang, Patrick Marion, Petra Matthews, Anne Papadakis, Robert Raaymakers and Liang Zu. PSC is an award-winning tertiary institution specialising in photographic education for over fifty years. “Since its inception, PSC has been committed to providing an environment in which students can explore their creativity, see the world anew and give expression to what they see.” Julie Moss – Managing Director.

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November

Sydney: The exhibition delves into the State Library of NSW's vast collection of two million images, showcasing 400 photos – many displayed for the first time.

March

Albury: The National Photography Prize offers a $30,000 acquisitive prize, the $5000 John and Margaret Baker Fellowship for an emerging practitioner, and further supports a number of artists through focused acquisitions.

May

Ballarat: Art Gallery of Ballarat presents Lost in Palm Springs, a multidisciplinary exhibition that brings together fourteen creative minds who respond to, capture, or re-imagine the magical qualities of the landscape and the celebrated mid-century modern architecture of Palm Springs, California and across Australia.

June

Canberra: The works by the 34 selected finalists provide a powerful visual record of the year, reflecting a particular time in Australian culture, both socially and artistically.

Sydney: The exhibition features over 90 photographs that shine a light on the astonishing array of flora, fauna and landscapes that can be found across the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregion.

July

Wollongong: Employing magical realism and unique printing techniques, Cooper’s photographs place their inhabitants in a dreamlike world.

Melbourne: A group photography exhibition from 19 local Melbourne photographers.

Sydney: Award-winning art director, trained architect and acclaimed photographer Damien Drew shines a light on the serene yet haunting landscapes of Japan’s Shikoku Island in his latest exhibition ‘Shikoku no Seijaku’ (Shikoku Silence).

Sydney: Influenced by a family legacy from migrant to missionary, seamstress, and educators, Milgate's work intertwines personal and historical narratives, delving into the socio-political context of colonial and post-colonial discourses.