Luminous Cities is a photographic exhibition of the great cities of the world at NGV International, running now until 13 March 2011. Showing concurrently with Luminous Cities are contemporary works that examine the city by artists including Andreas Gursky and Bill Henson.
NGV International is at 180 St Kilda Road Melbourne, open 10am – 5pm. The gallery is closed Tuesdays and entry is free. Click here to go straight to the exhibition listing.
The Ian Potter Centre at Federation Square is hosting an exhibition, Stormy Weather: Contemporary Landscape Photography, from November 5 until March 20 2011. Entry is free.
Melbourne photography-lovers: The Nikon-Walkley Photo Exhibition moves to Melbourne in July, hanging in The Age foyer (655 Collins St) from July 8 to August 2. RSVP to attend the free exhibition launch event (6pm on July 8), by emailing email@example.com. The Age will also host to the Melbourne Photographers’ slidenight from 6pm on July 7. More info athttp://www.walkleys.com/photography-events; email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Two items that may interest you from the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) e-bulletin:
Photojournalists survey: If you work as a photojournalist, make sure you add your voice to this survey photographer and James Cook University PhD student Robin Gauld is running. Robin wants to know how you learnt your skills and how useful education has been to you as a photographer. This important base-line research project will have long-term benefits for the Australian photographic industry. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/photorganizations
Victorian photographers – we want your best work! Slide Night 2010 is coming to Melbourne on July 7, and we want to show your work. Send us that project you’re really passionate about – up to 20 jpeg images – to email@example.com by June 17. Don’t forget a title and a few lines about your project.
There is a Banksy film playing at ACMI Fed Square here is the link to the page http://www.everfreshstudio.com/blog/?p=3602
Apparently on Sunday night there is a Q&A thing. I might go, let me know if you are interested.
The Light in Winter Festival starts tomorrow: could be some good opportunities for photos!
Today’s Age and Federation Square.
So, There doesn’t seem to be much infomation floating on the AIPP website (here) or APPAwards website (here), other than the awards will be in Melbourne, 4-6 June 2010. I was a bit confused, But now i am not.
There is information about the ‘Digital Life Expo’
This is the trade show which Glenn mentioned, and the which the awards judging is actually a part of.
You can save the $20 entry fee by pre-registering for a ticket on the website:
Also folks, keep in mind Student Photographers ARE classified as TRADE visitors… Therefor we will be able to attend all three days, including Friday and Saturday morning when the show is not yet open to the general public. (If you are still unsure, check out the FAQ )
Other useful information:
Floorplan for the event (including the Canon APPA judging)
So folks, remember to Register!!!