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06 / 19
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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_Updated.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_Updated.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_Updated.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 / 25
(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_Updated.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 / 26
(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_Updated.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 / 27
(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_Updated.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 / 28
(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_Updated.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 / 29
(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_Updated.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 / 30
End: 16:00
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_Updated.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)

07 / 1
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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_Updated.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)

07 / 2
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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_Updated.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)

07 / 3
(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_Updated.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)

07 / 4
(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_Updated.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)

07 / 5
(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_Updated.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)

Start: 00:00
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 6
(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_Updated.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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 7
(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_Updated.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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 8
(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_Updated.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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 9
(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_Updated.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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 10
(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_Updated.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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 11
(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_Updated.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)

(all day)
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 12
(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_Updated.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)

End: 10:00
Start: 2017-07-05 00:00
End: 2017-07-12 10:00


(Image: Ellie Dean, 2012 Kids Winter Digital Photography School)

Kids Winter Digital Photography School | three-day workshop
Kids will learn to explore their world and get creative with digital photography in this three-day holiday workshop. Guided by experienced tutors, workshop includes short field-trips to capture images, followed by computer-based workshops to master the fundamentals of Adobe© digital manipulation software. Best of all, each child will create their own unique works of photographic art to take home.

Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.

Please bring
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Laptop computers and photographic prints provided, students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.

Times
Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2017, 9am-4pm each day, OR
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Friday 6 October 2017, 9am-4pm each day

Cost
$300

Maximum number of students: 10 in each workshop
Enrol Now


(2014 Kids Spring Digital Photography School workshop. Image on left courtesy Andrew Morgan)


(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)

07 / 13
(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_Updated.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)

07 / 14
(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_Updated.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)

07 / 15
(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_Updated.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)

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(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_Updated.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)

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