Events

 
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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

Sign-up with a friend and save $10 each conditions apply

Maximum number of participants: 6 (three spots available)
Enrol Now

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)

05 / 28
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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 / 29
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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 / 30
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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 / 31
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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: 22:59
End: 23:00

Now calling for proposals for exhibitions in 2018
PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery is now calling for proposals for exhibitions in 2018. PhotoAccess invites artists at all stages of their careers to showcase contemporary photo-based art in a supportive and stimulating artistic environment. Our exhibition space, the Huw Davies Gallery, is the only not-for-profit gallery in the ACT exclusively dedicated to contemporary photo-based art. We cultivate excellence in the PhotoAccess exhibition program by supporting great art and arts practice. Our program aims to show the very best work by local and visiting photo-based artists, demonstrating both technical and artistic excellence, to inform and inspire audiences. Our exhibitions and public programs encourage and extend the critical debate about contemporary photo-based art practice.

Artists and curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals. Proposals are considered by the PhotoAccess Gallery Committee. The Gallery Committee is particularly interested in proposals that:

  • present new still and/or moving image work by emerging, mid-career and/or established artists
  • involve artistic experimentation and innovation
  • encourage, develop and extend critical debate about contemporary photo-based art practice
  • reflect or document the ACT and region and the creative interests of the community

Artist Support Package: We are pleased to announce that artists and curators have the option of applying for an Artist Support Package in 2018. As part of the Artist Support Package, gallery venue hire fees are waived and a stipend is provided to assist with the costs associated with mounting an exhibition.

Proposals due Wednesday 31 May 2017. Click here for more information.

06 / 1
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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: 15:56
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 2
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 3
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

Start: 10:30
End: 12:00


(Image: Tim Anger)

Lightning Speed: Sports Photography | one-day workshop
Learn to capture movement, speed, emotion and endurance in this one-day workshop with experienced sports photographer Tim Anger. You will be provided with an overview of the history of sports photography as well as learn technical skills, before implementing these on a location photoshoot. You will also get to take part in group and online feedback sessions.

Overview
The workshop will include:

THEORY

  • A short history of sports photography (in images)
  • Exposure triangle refresher
  • Camera settings (shutter speed; ISO/auto - noise; exposure mode; aperture; focus mode/continuous; continuous shutter mode/burst mode; jpg/RAW; white temp)
  • Know your camera (able to change/adjust settings quickly)
  • Framing/composition
  • DOF
  • Position to shoot/know your sport/angle (front on/side on)/height
  • Be aware of your surroundings: other shooters, refs, cameramen, ball boys, spectators
  • Equipment: monopod and lenses (focal length, cost v quality/light performance/constant aperture, prime v zoom, manufacturer v third party)
  • Break the rules/motion blur/tight shot/off action - selective focus

PRACTICAL

  • Field trip to shoot a game (Easts Rugby Club v Wests Rugby Club, Griffith Oval)

POST GAME

  • Review images and discuss changes

Tutor
Tim Anger - Tim's interest in photography goes back to his early teens. Tim is a freelance photojournalist, and his work has been printed in a number of national and international news publications, including Time.com, The London Times, the UK Telegraph, and commissioned by the UK Guardian newspaper. One of his other great passions is rugby, and Tim has been fortunate enough to shoot Super Rugby and International matches in Australia, as well as the Top 14 Rugby Final in Paris in 2015, along with internationals between France and Australia. He also covered the final stage of the Tour de France in 2014 & 15. Tim's commercial clients include the Australian Sports Commission and the ACT Government, Land Development Agency. Tim's work has also been shown in galleries in Canberra, Wollongong and Melbourne.

What to bring?

  • Camera* (Digital SLR camera or mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera or traditional film SLR), a range of lenses if you have them, charged batteries, memory cards and camera manual if available
  • (Optional) a monopod, if you have one and are wanting to shoot with larger lenses such as 400 or 500mm
  • Meals and transport are not provided

Times
This workshop was run on Saturday 3 June 2017, 10:30am-4:30pm (10:30am-1:30pm at PhotoAccess, 2:30pm-4:30pm at sports game). Plus online feedback and review the following week.
To express your interest in future dates please email us

Cost
$175 (for current PhotoAccess members)
$210 (includes 12 months membership to PhotoAccess)

Sign-up with a friend and save $10 each conditions apply

Maximum number of participants: 8
Enrol Now

Who is this class for? This workshop is aimed at people who already have basic cameras skills. Completion of one of the following courses/workshops (or relevant experience) is recommended as a minimum; Camera Basics one-day workshop, or Camera Skills five-week course.


(Image: Tim Anger)

06 / 4
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 5
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 6
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 7
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 8
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 9
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 10
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 11
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 12
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 13
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 14
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 15
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 16
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 17
(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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

Start: 10:00
End: 16:00


(Image: Lori Cicchini, 2016, Model: Nicole Luker, Hair: Julie Okley of Dilkara Hair, Makeup: Marie Donnell of Mysdesign Makeup)

In Vogue with Lori Cicchini
Learn advanced post-production techniques in this two-day masterclass with international award winning commercial and artistic Canberra-based photographer Lori Cicchini.

Cicchini's creative portraiture has been described as emotive and narrative, some of which can be dark and provoking yet at the same time peaceful and beautiful. Her work has received numerous industry awards and accolades, and has been published in various art and fashion magazines both nationally and internationally.

Outline
This masterclass is a rare opportunity to receive specialist instruction from one of Canberra’s top photographers. Gain an in-depth understanding of how Cicchini produces her remarkable illustrative portraits; from idea and concept development through to styling and set design, lighting and working with a model, and concluding with a full day of advanced post-production techniques, including image compositing and skin retouching.

Day One: Designing a creative portrait

  • Conceiving and developing a concept
  • Styling and building a set
  • Lighting and working with a model (posing etc.)
  • Live photographic shoot demonstration

Day Two: Post-production

  • Workflow using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
  • Editing images in Photoshop including skin retouching techniques
  • Compositing images (building your portrait from multiple images)
  • Sharpening images for print and web
  • Colour management for print

This two-day masterclass will run from 10am to 4pm each day and includes breaks. Day one will be presented in a lecture format and conclude with a live photographic demonstration, and day two will include an in-depth post-production tutorial style demonstration using Adobe software. Please note that this is not a hands-on masterclass. You will leave feeling inspired and armed with technical skills in basic studio portraiture, advanced post-production techniques and the confidence to begin making your own emotive and creative portraits.

What to bring
Pen and notepad, laptop or smart device for note-taking. Please note that lunch is not provided.

About
Lori Cicchini is an award winning Canberra-based Australian Editorial, Fashion, Beauty and Fine Art photographer. Cicchini graduated from the Canberra Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Photography in 2013, and was awarded a PhotoAccess residency that resulted in Cicchini’s first solo exhibition Ghost Stories (2014). In 2016, for the second consecutive year, Cicchini was awarded as the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP) ACT Illustrative Photographer of the Year. In 2015 she was also awarded the AIPP ACT Portrait Photographer of the Year and was a finalist in the Australian Creative Photographer of the Year category. In 2015 Capture Magazine named Cicchini as Australia’s Top Emerging Fashion/Editorial photographer. She has received international awards for her fine art nude photography and is regularly featured in Vogue Italia. Cicchini’s work ranges from dark and provocative to peaceful and beautiful. Whether it’s portraiture or fashion, her images hint at an underlying thread of something mysterious, her visual storytelling draws you in and dares you look beyond the surface.

When
This Masterclass was run on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June 2017, 10am-4pm each day.
Upcoming dates: TBA. To express your interest in future dates please email us.

Sign-up with a friend and save $10 each conditions apply

Bookings
Maximum class size of 10
To express your interest in future dates please email us.
Enrol Now

Who is this workshop for? Confident intermediate and advanced photographers. Completion of Camera Skills (or equivalent experience) Camera Skills and Digital Toolbox are highly recommended. Contact us for further guidance on whether this masterclass is right for you.


(Image: Lori Cicchini, Possessed, 2015, 43cm x 35cm)

06 / 18
End: 16:00
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. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

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. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.


(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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 19
(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 20
(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 21
(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

06 / 22
(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

Start: 18:00
Start: 2017-06-22 18:00
End: 2017-07-16 16:00


(Image: Dean Cross, Sometimes It All Just Feels Like Too Much (detail), 2017, still from HD looped video)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in by Dean Cross and Mill Binna by Leah King Smith and Duncan King Smith. Presented through the PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program

Opening on Thursday 22 June at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 16 July 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Kelli Cole, Assistant Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia.

They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in Dean Cross
An exhibition by Canberra-born emerging Indigenous artist Dean Cross. Exploring collective memory, remembrance and the trauma of watching ones birthplace be destroyed, Dean’s exhibition has been programmed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Royal Canberra Hospital implosion. [inline:Cross_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Mill Binna Leah and Duncan King Smith
An exhibition by Indigenous photomedia artist Leah King-Smith and sound artist Duncan King-Smith, both Brisbane-based. The artists are using the gallery space as an experimental playground to create spatial and temporal associations with still and moving images, sounds, objects and light. [inline:KingSmith_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]
Exhibition supported by:

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 16 July at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.

The 2017 PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists program is proudly supported by Lerida Estate Wines.


(Image: Leah King Smith, Hunter Painter (detail), 2017, inkjet print)

06 / 23
(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-22 18:00
End: 2017-07-16 16:00


(Image: Dean Cross, Sometimes It All Just Feels Like Too Much (detail), 2017, still from HD looped video)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in by Dean Cross and Mill Binna by Leah King Smith and Duncan King Smith. Presented through the PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program

Opening on Thursday 22 June at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 16 July 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Kelli Cole, Assistant Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia.

They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in Dean Cross
An exhibition by Canberra-born emerging Indigenous artist Dean Cross. Exploring collective memory, remembrance and the trauma of watching ones birthplace be destroyed, Dean’s exhibition has been programmed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Royal Canberra Hospital implosion. [inline:Cross_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Mill Binna Leah and Duncan King Smith
An exhibition by Indigenous photomedia artist Leah King-Smith and sound artist Duncan King-Smith, both Brisbane-based. The artists are using the gallery space as an experimental playground to create spatial and temporal associations with still and moving images, sounds, objects and light. [inline:KingSmith_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]
Exhibition supported by:

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 16 July at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.

The 2017 PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists program is proudly supported by Lerida Estate Wines.


(Image: Leah King Smith, Hunter Painter (detail), 2017, inkjet print)

06 / 24
(all day)
Start: 2017-06-01 15:56
End: 2017-06-30 16:00

We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

As the end of the financial year approaches, we encourage you to consider making a donation to PhotoAccess before 30 June 2017.

PhotoAccess is a non-profit arts organisation, and with your support, we can continue our work. For over thirty years PhotoAccess has provided a place for creation, conversation, education and exhibitions, accessible to all within our community. We provide the inspiration and means for people to create their own cultural statements through the photo-based arts, encouraging the use of photography to achieve personal and political growth.

Click here to make a donation today.

(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)

(all day)
Start: 2017-06-22 18:00
End: 2017-07-16 16:00


(Image: Dean Cross, Sometimes It All Just Feels Like Too Much (detail), 2017, still from HD looped video)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in by Dean Cross and Mill Binna by Leah King Smith and Duncan King Smith. Presented through the PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program

Opening on Thursday 22 June at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 16 July 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Kelli Cole, Assistant Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia.

They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in Dean Cross
An exhibition by Canberra-born emerging Indigenous artist Dean Cross. Exploring collective memory, remembrance and the trauma of watching ones birthplace be destroyed, Dean’s exhibition has been programmed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Royal Canberra Hospital implosion. [inline:Cross_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Mill Binna Leah and Duncan King Smith
An exhibition by Indigenous photomedia artist Leah King-Smith and sound artist Duncan King-Smith, both Brisbane-based. The artists are using the gallery space as an experimental playground to create spatial and temporal associations with still and moving images, sounds, objects and light. [inline:KingSmith_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]
Exhibition supported by:

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 16 July at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.

The 2017 PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists program is proudly supported by Lerida Estate Wines.


(Image: Leah King Smith, Hunter Painter (detail), 2017, inkjet print)