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Posts tagged: Exhibition

International Women's Day Panel

On Saturday 10 March 2018, the ACP in partnership with UNSW Galleries presented an all-female panel of photojournalists, film-makers and social commentators to offer unseen perspectives on inequality and discuss the vital role of female documentary photographers and film-makers in presenting the everyday realities of women and their families across the globe.

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Congratulations to this year's winner of the 7 Wentworth Selborne Award

Congratulations to this year's winner of the 7 Wentworth Selborne Award

Photostart is the ACP’s annual celebration of our talented student community. A vibrant and diverse exhibition, Photostart is comprised of works produced as part of our 2017 photographic courses. This year sees the introduction of the inaugural 7 Wentworth Selborne Award for the photograph that exemplifies both originality and technical ability....

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Australian Centre for Photography appoints Dr. Allison Holland as Curator

Sydney, Australia: The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) today announced the appointment of respected arts professional Dr. Allison Holland as Curator. Dr. Allison Holland joins the ACP from Perth, where she is currently curator for the major exhibition Heath Ledger; A Life in Pictures, a collaborative project between the Art...

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Sci-Fi Top 5 with Claire Monneraye

To celebrate our latest exhibition Synthetic, which explores the collision of science fiction and reality, we have invited our exhibiting artists and ACP curator to share their Top 5 favourite science fiction works. From books to films, TV to soundtracks, artist share their memories and experiences delving into our predicted future and its impact on their...

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Sci-Fi Top 5 with David Manley

Sci-Fi Top 5 with David Manley

To celebrate our latest exhibition Synthetic, which explores the collision of science fiction and reality, we have invited our exhibiting artists to share their Top 5 favourite science fiction works. From books to films, TV to soundtracks, artist share their memories and experiences delving into our predicted future and its impact on their practice. DAVID MANLEY...

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Sci-Fi Top 5 with Garry Trinh

Sci-Fi Top 5 with Garry Trinh

To celebrate our latest exhibition Synthetic, which explores the collision of science fiction and reality, we have invited our exhibiting artists to share their Top 5 favourite science fiction works. From books to films, TV to soundtracks, artist share their memories and experiences delving into our predicted future and its impact on their practice. GARRY TRINH*...

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Sci-Fi Top 5 with Soda_Jerk

Sci-Fi Top 5 with Soda_Jerk

To celebrate our latest exhibition Synthetic, which explores the collision of science fiction and reality, we have invited our exhibiting artists to share their Top 5 favourite science fiction works. From books to films, TV to soundtracks, artist share their memories and experiences delving into our predicted future and its impact on their practice. SODA_JERK KIDS...

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'Home is where the Heart is' Photo Exhibition

'Home is where the Heart is' Photo Exhibition

Opening night: Tuesday August 1 2017, 6.00pm-8.00pm. Courtesy of the Artist Loft - Level 4 at The Strand Arcade (Pitt Street Mall Entrance via lift). Photographs by: Jodie Barker + Brenda Lozada + Nikita Majajas + Mel Young + Lisa Carrett + Michael Whitby + Matthew Childs + Rea Eager...

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Sci-Fi Top 5 with David Greenhalgh

Sci-Fi Top 5 with David Greenhalgh

To celebrate our latest exhibition Synthetic, which explores the collision of science fiction and reality, we have invited our exhibiting artists to share their Top 5 favourite science fiction works. From books to films, TV to soundtracks, artist share their memories and experiences delving into our predicted future and its impact on their practice. DAVID GREENHALGH...

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Discover what's new under the sun

Under the Sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker opens to the public on Saturday 18 February at the State Library of New South Wales. ACP has invited 15 artists to create new works in response to the iconic Sunbaker by revered Australian photographer Max Dupain.

The exhibition features new works by Peta Clancy, Christopher Day, Destiny Deacon, Michaela Gleave, Nasim Nasr, Sara Oscar, Julie Rrap, Khaled Sabsabi, Yhonnie Scarce, Christian Thompson, Angela Tiatia, Kawita Vatanajyankur, Daniel Von Sturmer, Justene Williams and William Yang.

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