Events

 
04 / 27
Start: 18:00
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

04 / 28
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

04 / 29
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

04 / 30
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

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End: 23:00

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05 / 1
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 2
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 3
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 4
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 5
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 6
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 7
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 8
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 9
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 10
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 11
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 12
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 13
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 14
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 15
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 16
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 17
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 18
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 19
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 20
(all day)
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 21
End: 16:00
Start: 2017-04-27 18:00
End: 2017-05-21 16:00


(Image: Pia Johnson, Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein (detail triptych), 2015/16, archival inkjet prints, 45.0 x 45.0cm each)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Chinese Whispers and Other Stories, curated by Pia Johnson.

Opening on Thursday 27 April at 6pm
Exhibition continues through until Sunday 21 May 2017

Exhibition to be opened by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Associate Dean (International), Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Chinese Whispers and Other Stories
Bringing together four emerging female artists of Chinese descent, this exhibition seeks to reveal the complex and shifting nature of cultural difference, identity and migrant stories in ‘multicultural’ Australia. Featuring interstate photo-based artists Pia Johnson, Tammy Law, Janelle Low and Siying Zhou. The photographic media works negotiate notions of identity, racial discrimination and stereotyping, as well as reimagine the spaces we live in, what makes cultural differences and how it contributes to the narrative of a wider Australian identity. This exhibition is supported by a PhotoAccess 2017 Artist Support Package. [inline:Chinese Whispers.final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
In conversation event with Pia Johnson, Siying Zhou and Mikala Tai, Director of 4A Centre of Contemporary Asian Art. Exploring Chinese-Australian contemporary art and the female perspective. Sunday 21 May at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Siying Zhou, Our first Lamington made in Australia (detail), 2015, single channel HD video, duration 75:00)

05 / 22
05 / 23
05 / 24
05 / 25
Start: 18:00
Start: 2017-05-25 18:00
End: 2017-06-18 16:00


(Image: Ioulia Terizis, Slivers and Shard (detail), 2017, Gelatin silver photograph, 115.0 x 83.0cm)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Quanta by Ioulia Terizis, Suburban Spirits by Sean O’Connell and Failing to Communicate by Sabrina Baker.

Opening on Thursday 25 May at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 18 June 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Erica Seccombe, artist and Lecturer Foundation at the Australian National University School of Art & Design.

Quanta Ioulia Terizis
an exhibition of photographs by Sydney-based artist Ioulia Terizis, exploring the intersection and analogies between light, drawing and sculpture.

Suburban Spirits Sean O’Connell
Using high voltage spark discharge imaging and X-Ray photography, Sydney-based mid-career artist Sean O’Connell explores the strange forces that move within the walls of our suburban homes.

Failing to Communicate Sabrina Baker
Emerging Canberra-based artist Sabrina Baker explores communication and visual language, and uses maritime signal flags, performance and video to comment on the transient nature of Canberra’s population.

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Sean O’Connell, Grandfather’s milling tool (detail), 2017, Arista Orthographic film, 10.0 x 12.5cm)


(Image: Sabrina Baker, I am dragging my anchor (detail), 2017, single channel video (still), duration 5:19)

05 / 26
(all day)
Start: 2017-05-25 18:00
End: 2017-06-18 16:00


(Image: Ioulia Terizis, Slivers and Shard (detail), 2017, Gelatin silver photograph, 115.0 x 83.0cm)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Quanta by Ioulia Terizis, Suburban Spirits by Sean O’Connell and Failing to Communicate by Sabrina Baker.

Opening on Thursday 25 May at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 18 June 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Erica Seccombe, artist and Lecturer Foundation at the Australian National University School of Art & Design.

Quanta Ioulia Terizis
an exhibition of photographs by Sydney-based artist Ioulia Terizis, exploring the intersection and analogies between light, drawing and sculpture.

Suburban Spirits Sean O’Connell
Using high voltage spark discharge imaging and X-Ray photography, Sydney-based mid-career artist Sean O’Connell explores the strange forces that move within the walls of our suburban homes.

Failing to Communicate Sabrina Baker
Emerging Canberra-based artist Sabrina Baker explores communication and visual language, and uses maritime signal flags, performance and video to comment on the transient nature of Canberra’s population.

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Sean O’Connell, Grandfather’s milling tool (detail), 2017, Arista Orthographic film, 10.0 x 12.5cm)


(Image: Sabrina Baker, I am dragging my anchor (detail), 2017, single channel video (still), duration 5:19)

05 / 27
(all day)
Start: 2017-05-25 18:00
End: 2017-06-18 16:00


(Image: Ioulia Terizis, Slivers and Shard (detail), 2017, Gelatin silver photograph, 115.0 x 83.0cm)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Quanta by Ioulia Terizis, Suburban Spirits by Sean O’Connell and Failing to Communicate by Sabrina Baker.

Opening on Thursday 25 May at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 18 June 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Erica Seccombe, artist and Lecturer Foundation at the Australian National University School of Art & Design.

Quanta Ioulia Terizis
an exhibition of photographs by Sydney-based artist Ioulia Terizis, exploring the intersection and analogies between light, drawing and sculpture.

Suburban Spirits Sean O’Connell
Using high voltage spark discharge imaging and X-Ray photography, Sydney-based mid-career artist Sean O’Connell explores the strange forces that move within the walls of our suburban homes.

Failing to Communicate Sabrina Baker
Emerging Canberra-based artist Sabrina Baker explores communication and visual language, and uses maritime signal flags, performance and video to comment on the transient nature of Canberra’s population.

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Sean O’Connell, Grandfather’s milling tool (detail), 2017, Arista Orthographic film, 10.0 x 12.5cm)


(Image: Sabrina Baker, I am dragging my anchor (detail), 2017, single channel video (still), duration 5:19)

Start: 10:00


(Image: Enrico Scotece, Betts Creek Snowy Mountains, NSW (detail), 2012, fibre base silver gelatin photograph)

Shades of Light | Black & White Fine Printing Masterclass with Enrico Scotece
Take creative control of your prints and learn how to get the most out of your negatives! Learn advanced printing techniques and how to make expressive works on fibre-based paper with experienced interstate photographer Enrico Scotece.

Outline
This masterclass is a rare opportunity to receive professional instruction from one of Australia’s specialist darkroom practitioners and experienced tutors. In this hands-on weekend workshop you will gain an in-depth understanding of fibre-based paper and fine printing techniques and learn how to produce exhibition quality prints rich in tone, contract and detail. Program includes:

  • Approach to fine printing
  • Archival printing and washing techniques for fibre-based paper
  • Understanding print exposure and contrast values
  • Printing for the middle tones and tonal range
  • Techniques of print value control including dodging, burning, flashing
  • Working with difficult negatives
  • Variable contrast print controls and split filtering
  • Post print selenium toning and its effective and creative uses
  • Print finishing and presentation

Tutor
Enrico Scotece is an experienced photographer and a Lecturer in Design (Photomedia) at Western Sydney University. He is founder of Think Negative, a unique analogue photographic studio and darkroom now based in the Blue Mountains (formerly Sydney). Also a PhD candidate, Scotece’s research utilises photography as a reflexive practice. Scotece was PhotoAccess’ 2016 Dark Matter resident, where he spent eight months producing experimental pinhole camera images and photographing the Canberra region and outback NSW, he then spent many hours in the PhotoAccess darkroom producing prints for his solo exhibition Temporality which was shown in the PhotoAcces Huw Davies Gallery in November 2016.

Times
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May 2017, 10am-4pm each day

Cost
$460 (PhotoAccess members)
$495 (includes 12 month membership of PhotoAccess)

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Maximum number of participants: 6 (three spots available)
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Who is this workshop for? Confident intermediate analogue photographers. Completion of any of the following courses/workshops (or relevant experience) is recommended as a minimum Darkroom Essentials weekend workshop, or Dark Arts six-week beginners darkroom course, and Negative Thinking: Shooting black-and-white film for beginners one-day workshop.


(Image: Enrico Scotece)