The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) is the leading national organisation dedicated to photography and new media.
The ACP provides exhibition, education and community programs to engage audiences in a dynamic conversation about the role photography plays in visual culture.
As one of the longest running contemporary art spaces, founded in 1973, the ACP has been a creative force in the cultural life of Australia for over 40 years. Head-quartered in Sydney, the ACP fosters partnerships to present innovative programs, regionally, nationally and internationally.
The ACP is the publisher of Photofile, Australia’s leading photography journal since 1983.
With inspirational exhibitions, thought-provoking public events and a comprehensive workshop program, the ACP makes a significant contribution to the constantly changing and exciting world of photography. Join us in the most fundamental and dynamic medium of our times.
Image from Transfer installation featuring Leila Jeffreys. Courtesy and © Michael Waite / ACP, 2016.