2016-09-08 18:00
2016-10-02 16:00
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(Images left to right: Annika Harding, The way I walked #1 (detail), 2016, inkjet print and acrylic on paper, 21.0cm x 29.0 cm. Amy Dunn, Moving through colour (detail), 2016, inkjet print, coloured pencil and watercolour paint on paper, 14.0 x 21.0 cm)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: In the Landscape by Annika Harding and Amy Dunn, River by Peter Ranyard and NEW PAINTINGS by Oscar Capezio

Exhibition dates: 8 September - 2 October 2016
Opening on Thursday 8 September 2016 at 6pm. Exhibitions to be opened by Penelope Grist, Assistant Curator, National Portrait Gallery, Chair Megalo Print Studio + Gallery.

In the Landscape. In this exhibition emerging artists Amy Dunn and Annika Harding use the photograph as a starting point and add paint to explore the relationship between the artist or figure and the landscape. Catalogue

River. Canberra-based mid-career artist Peter Ranyard’s exhibition showcases an intimate series of black and white photographs of remote New Zealand. Catalogue

NEW PAINTINGS. Utilising modest materials and photographic technologies, emerging artist and curator Oscar Capezio builds installations of found and fabricated objects, documented actions and staged images, to play out processes of making and encountering art. Catalogue

Public program
Artists in conversation with Peter Ranyard and Oscar Capezio, Sunday 2 October at 3pm.


(Image: Peter Ranyard, Into the trees (detail), 2016, inkjet print on archival cotton rag, 24.0 x 16.0 cm)


(Image: Oscar Capezio)

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Spring 2016 courses and workshops
Classes in analogue and digital photography, studio lighting, street photography and 19th Century photographic processes, for all experience levels are now open for enrolment. Gain new skills, expand your knowledge, or learn new techniques at PhotoAccess this spring! Click here to find out more.

2016-10-13 12:00
2016-10-13 13:00
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(Image: Diane Arbus: American Portraits exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, September 2016. Photo Anne O’Hehir)

What makes Diane Arbus a great photographer?
Lunchtime lecture with Anne O'Hehir

PhotoAccess members are invited to an exclusive tour of the Diane Arbus: American Portraits exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia. Guided by National Gallery of Australia curator of photography and PhotoAccess board member Anne O’Hehir, this free event is an opportunity to learn more about Arbus and her distinct hand-printed works.

The Diane Arbus: American Portraits exhibition showcases 36 Arbus works from the National Gallery of Australia's collection, alongside photographs by others (including William Eggleston and Katy Grannan) who also sought to redefine the tradition of portraiture, and whose vision of America is also challenging and moving.

When: 12:00pm-1:00pm Thursday 13 October 2016
Where: Diane Arbus: American Portraits exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia
Bookings: Free event, booking essential. Book your spot here

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2016-10-06 18:00
2016-11-06 16:00
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(Image: Georgia Black, The Return (detail), 2016, smoke and acrylic on glossy photo paper, 10.0 x 15.0 cm)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Grounded by Georgia Black, Surfacing by Caroline Huf.

Exhibition dates: 6 October - 9 November 2016
Opening on Thursday 6 October 2016 at 6pm. Exhibitions to be opened by local artist and PhotoAccess board member Kate Murphy (Ellis Hutch).

Grounded. An exhibition embracing the relationship between photography and printmaking, emerging Canberra-based artist Georgia Black’s work explores transience and impermanence.

Surfacing. Canberra-based artist Caroline Huf’s exhibition showcases a series of still and moving image works exploring ideas of surface, substance and duration.

Public program
Artists in conversation, Sunday 6 November at 2pm.


(Image: Caroline Huf, Surfacing, 2016, stills from digital video)