Photographers sink their teeth into personal project

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PHOTOACCESS is now taking enrolments for its third annual Personal Photography Project workshop, commencing on September 12, and continuing into mid-2016.

'MangoLassi' by one of last year’s participants, Julie Garran.
‘MangoLassi’ by one of last year’s participants, Julie Garran.

The project will culminate in a group exhibition at the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery in July and August next year.

Personal Photography Project is an eleven-month long program aimed at providing a supportive and structured environment for photographers looking to sink their teeth into a personal project of their choice.

The group will meet six times during the eleven months, where they will critique each other’s work and get feedback from the tutor, as well as get the inspiration to continue individual projects. Participants are encouraged to use different techniques and approaches to the medium of photography.

Enrolments to photoaccess.org.au

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