The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Australia’s oldest and arguably most significant photography arts organisation announces it will go into hibernation from December 16 with a plan to restructure its vital contribution to the arts landscape in Australia.
Sydney, Australia: The Board of the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Australia’s oldest and arguably most significant photography arts organisation, has announced it is moving the organisation into a period of hibernation to stem the risk of ongoing financial losses and protect the capital in an investment fund it considers vital to its long-term viability.
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Australian Centre for Photography was a leading national organisation dedicated to photography and lens based media.
In addtion to serving as a leading advocate for photography and photographers, ACP provided national services including access to affordable education and programs, free exhibitions and events, research, and publications. ACP developed programs that engaged diverse audiences in a dynamic conversation about the role photography played in visual culture.