Centre for Contemporary Photography

Centre for Contemporary Photography Contact information, map and directions, contact form, opening hours, services, ratings, photos, videos and announcements from Centre for Contemporary Photography, Art Gallery, 404 George Street, Melbourne.

The Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) is one of Australia’s premier venues for the exhibition of contemporary photo-based arts, providing a context for the enjoyment, education, understanding and appraisal of contemporary practice. CCP acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land on which Centre for Contemporary Photography stands, and we respectfully recognise Elders past, present and future.

Congrats to Robert Zhao Renhui  - representing Singapore this year at the Venice Biennale .We’ve been following Robert’s...
12/04/2024

Congrats to Robert Zhao Renhui - representing Singapore this year at the Venice Biennale .
We’ve been following Robert’s work since his hugely popular 2015 CCP exhibition ‘A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World’ - curated by (Photobook Melbourne).

Robert’s exhibition, curated by , will be installed in the pavilion is in Arsenale – Sale d’Armi, Campo della Tana 2169/F.
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Join us on Saturday 20th April - a team of our amazing volunteers will be conducting tours of our current exhibition in ...
11/04/2024

Join us on Saturday 20th April - a team of our amazing volunteers will be conducting tours of our current exhibition in Thai, Spanish, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Mandarin & German.
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Tours start at 1.30pm - see link in bio for specific start times for each language.
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Free tours, no bookings required.
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‘Only the future revisits the past’

Confused about AI?-Join our workshop session - ‘Introduction to Creative AI Image Exploration for the Fearless Photograp...
10/04/2024

Confused about AI?
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Join our workshop session - ‘Introduction to Creative AI Image Exploration for the Fearless Photographer‘
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This workshop is an introduction to practical AI image generation as an inspirational and creative tool - for beginners, amateurs and professionals. This session will provide participants with the skills to produce results that exceed mere novelty or emulation.

Participants will learn basic principles for working with AI, best practices for prompting, techniques for finding original and personal styles, and processes for achieving good print-quality results.

There will also be discussion of the how AI image creation is achieved, and the ethical and legal implications of this new frontier.

Workshop Facilitator Peter Miller is professional filmmaker, music composer, sound designer and image artist of over 40 years experience. He has been involved with generative image creation for several decades and has been intensively working with AI imaging since 2022.

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Details: Saturday 20 April
10am – 1pm

$65 (10% discount for CCP members)

Please note this is an in-person workshop only.
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Book via CCP website (Events) or link in bio
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Congrats to the finalists (just announced) for the 2024 National Photo Portrait Prize at the  Australian National Portra...
09/04/2024

Congrats to the finalists (just announced) for the 2024 National Photo Portrait Prize at the Australian National Portrait Gallery!

Special huge congrats current CCP exhibiting artist , “and current CCP Creative Resident ; and to past CCP exhibitors and residents -

Arini Byng
Luke Currie-Richardson
J Davies .studio
Amos Gebhardt
Shea Kirk
Paul Knight
Katrin Koenning

who all made the list of finalists!
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More info:
“Entering its 17th year, the National Photographic Portrait Prize (NPPP) provides a powerful visual record of the year that was – a celebration of identity, both collective and individual.

This year, the winner will receive a cash prize of $30,000 and photographic equipment valued at $20,000 courtesy of our Imaging Partner, Canon Australia. All finalist works will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra from 22 June to 22 September.

All this year’s finalists:
Emma Armstrong-Porter
Andrew Babarczy
Madeline Bishop
Arini Byng
Saville Coble
Brenda L Croft
Dean Cross
Luke Currie-Richardson
J Davies
Justin Deng
Jo Duck
Amos Gebhardt
Rhett Hammerton
Prue Hazelgrove
Tamara Henderson
Naomi Hobson
Zoe Helene Karouzos
Phoebe Kelly
Aishah Kenton
Shea Kirk
Paul Knight
Katrin Koenning
Annabelle McEwen
Sammaneh Pourshafighi
Tace Stevens
Ali Tahayori
Juliet Taylor
Daniel Temesgen
Angela Tiatia
Tobias Titz
Wani Toaishara
Garry Trinh
Mingyuan (Shelley) Xue
Meng-Yu Yan
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📷Omar Victor Diop’s  work ‘Diaspora’ installed in Gallery 3 at  👏📷Part of the exhibition:‘Only the future revisits the p...
04/04/2024

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Omar Victor Diop’s work ‘Diaspora’ installed in Gallery 3 at
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Part of the exhibition:
‘Only the future revisits the past’
Open Wed-Sun 11-5, til May 12th.
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Omar’s work was printed by Peter Hatzipavlis at Final Grade Printing, on Fine Art Paper, supplied by our 2024 Partners .
Mounted by
Courtesy of
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This project was supported by

HCPro /

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Install photos by .wing.kei
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Our new Instagram competition with  and  is now live!-Post a photo on Instagram and tag   and  to be in the mix to win $...
02/04/2024

Our new Instagram competition with and is now live!
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Post a photo on Instagram and tag and to be in the mix to win $1000 worth of printing services of Hahnemühle Papers with Final Grade Printing
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Closes April 30th!
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‘Only the future revisits the past’  will be closed over Easter. We will reopen Wednesday 3rd April 11am.See you then - ...
28/03/2024

‘Only the future revisits the past’ will be closed over Easter.

We will reopen Wednesday 3rd April 11am.

See you then - have a fun and safe holidays.
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Stephanie Syjuco’s  work ‘Block Out the Sun’ (2019) installed in Gallery 3 at  👏📷Part of the exhibition:‘Only the future...
26/03/2024

Stephanie Syjuco’s work ‘Block Out the Sun’ (2019) installed in Gallery 3 at
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Part of the exhibition:
‘Only the future revisits the past’
Open Wed-Sun 11-5, til May 12th.
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Stephanie’s work was printed by Peter Hatzipavlis at Final Grade Printing, on Fine Art Paper, supplied by our 2024 Partners .
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This project was supported by

HCPro /
Display vitrines courtesy of ❤️🙏

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Install photos by .wing.kei
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A reminder about our upcoming  workshop!- Thursday 4th April 6pm-9pm‘Taking Care of Ourselves’ - with Daniel Regan, Dire...
25/03/2024

A reminder about our upcoming workshop!
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Thursday 4th April 6pm-9pm

‘Taking Care of Ourselves’
- with Daniel Regan,
Director of

This three-hour creative session explores the myriad of ways that we can care for ourselves in the work that we do as artists.

In this workshop Daniel shares his findings and takes you through a collaborative exploration of what self care in our practice could look like.

This session is ideal for photographers, artists and creatives:

* Looking to explore setting professional/personal boundaries in their work

* Exploring and defining what they need to do their best work

* Making work that exploring their lived experiences

* Struggling to let go of the content they are exposed to at work

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Workshop Facilitator Daniel Regan is a visual artist specialising in the exploration of complex and difficult emotional experiences, focusing on the transformational impact of arts on mental health, building on his own lived experiences. In 2015 Daniel founded the London based Arts & Health Hub, a not-for-profit organisation that supports artists and cultural producers that are exploring health, wellbeing and what it means to be human in their creative practice.
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$60 pp (CCP Members get 10% discount).
F2F workshop (not online).

Booking & more info on the CCP website (Events) and link in bio.

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📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We’ve been featuring all their work here for the past week, last up is  📷👏-Over...
24/03/2024

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Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We’ve been featuring all their work here for the past week, last up is
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Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property
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Ming Liew is a lens-based artist and a PhD student at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Ming’s practice draws upon his Chinese-Australian bicultural identity, combining ethnography and visual storytelling to examine the first-generation immigrant experience in contemporary Australia.
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https://mingliew.com/

📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We are featuring them all here this week. 👏Next up is .wing.kei Over 12 months,...
23/03/2024

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Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We are featuring them all here this week. 👏

Next up is .wing.kei

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property

Kelvin Lau is a photomedia-based artist with extensive academic and clinical experience within the health profession. He has a PhD in qualitative visual research from the University of Melbourne and a Master of Arts in Photography from Photography Studies College. He is interested in exploring methods for incorporating therapeutic photography practices into Australian primary health care. Kelvin’s personal practice explores the lived experience of distress, identity disruption, and transitional states.
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.wing.kei
www.lauwingkei.art

📷: Shadow Spaces of Home (detail), 2022

📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We are featuring them all here this week! Next up is  Over 12 months, the CCP C...
22/03/2024

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Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We are featuring them all here this week!

Next up is

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property
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Kyle Archie Knight is a Wiradjuri q***r photographic artist. He graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Arts (Photography) (First Class Honours) in 2022. His focus on transforming humdrum suburban life with a Camp vision in Naarm (Melbourne) led to his acclaimed project ‘Cruising for a Bruising’. Knight’s work has been showcased in prestigious exhibitions, and he’s now recognised for both documentary and commercial photography, notably in First Nations and fashion arenas.
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www.kylearchieknight.com

Launching tomorrow night at  - ’s new book ‘Reproduction’, published by .33_melbourne ❤️👏-Janina’s new book will be laun...
21/03/2024

Launching tomorrow night at - ’s new book ‘Reproduction’, published by .33_melbourne ❤️👏
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Janina’s new book will be launched by Dr. Sanja Pahoki from VCA
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6pm - Free event
No booking required.

📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We are featuring them all here this week! Next up is  Over 12 months, the CCP C...
21/03/2024

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Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! We are featuring them all here this week!

Next up is

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property

Gabrielle Hall-Lomax is visual artist based in Naarm. Her practice is rooted in an autobiographical context and primarily deconstructs perceptions of identity, femininity and cultural histories through analogue photography and moving image. She holds a Master of Arts and Cultural Management from The University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from RMIT.
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www.gabriellehall-lomax.com

📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! This week we are featuring them all here! Next up is Finn Goldstrawi.g Over 12 ...
19/03/2024

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Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! This week we are featuring them all here!

Next up is Finn Goldstrawi.g

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property

Finn Goldstraw lives and works in Naarm. Focusing primarily on street and documentary photography, he also creates works that explore the three-dimensionality and technical aspects of photography using collaging techniques and found objects. Finn studied at Monash University and graduated in 2023.
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www.finngoldstrawart.squarespace.com

 work ‘We Were Just Little Boys’ installed in Gallery 1 at  👏📷Part of the exhibition:‘Only the future revisits the past’...
19/03/2024

work ‘We Were Just Little Boys’ installed in Gallery 1 at
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Part of the exhibition:
‘Only the future revisits the past’
Open Wed-Sun 11-5, til May 12th.
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Tace’s work was printed by Peter Hatzipavlis at Final Grade Printing, in Fine Art Paper, supplied by .
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This project was supported by
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Install photos by .wing.kei
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📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! Over the next few days we’ll be featuring them all here! Next up is Oliver Fost...
18/03/2024

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Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents! Over the next few days we’ll be featuring them all here!

Next up is Oliver Foster

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property

Oliver Foster is a photographer from Aotearoa (New Zealand). His practice is based around documenting and investigating his everyday surroundings. Often taking photos of things that might seem banal to most, Oliver aims to be curious of what is around him and take time to notice. Oliver studied at Massey University, Wellington and graduated in 2020 with First Class Honours.

Some essential reading for all you students just started back at University!In stock now at CCP Bookshop!Open Wed-Sun 11...
18/03/2024

Some essential reading for all you students just started back at University!
In stock now at CCP Bookshop!
Open Wed-Sun 11-5
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Susan Sontag
Janet Malcolm
Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa,
Joy Gregory ,
Massimo Ricciardo
Duncan Wooldridge ,
Bobuq Sayed
John Berger
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Charlotte Cotton
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.editions

📷Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents!Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP co...
17/03/2024

📷
Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents!

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property
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We’ll be featuring all our 2024 Creative Residents over the next few days.

Say hi to

Jo Duck is a fine art and advertising photographer. Inspired by all things camp, joyful, and absurd, Duck’s work radiates an optimism that contributes to a distinctive strange and heartwarming style. Duck has exhibited work at CCP, Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam) and has a solo exhibition at 2024 (📷).
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www.joduck.com

Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents!Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP com...
17/03/2024

Welcome to our 2024 Creative Residents!

Over 12 months, the CCP Creative Residency program provides access to the CCP community, a vibrant creative-hub in the heart of Fitzroy, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorship, and networking.

The CCP Creative Residency Program is supported by Milieu Property
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We’ll be featuring all our 2024 Creative Residents over the next few days.

Say hi to .

Meg De Young is a visual artist, living and working in Naarm. Her current research and practice considers how social structures influence the experience of women and how collaboration and performance can bring new meaning to the narratives that surround this. She completed her Honours (First Class) in photography in 2021. She won the Ballarat GradFoto 2021 Exhibition for her ongoing project The Conversations We Have which was selected as the cover for Der Greif’s latest release ‘The Collectivity Issue’ and was selected to take part in PHOTO 2022’s PHOTO Lab with Magnum Photos. Meg has also completed a Diploma of Community Services and Diploma in Visual Arts, majoring in painting.


www.megdeyoung.com
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We have all been stunned by the events in Gaza and Israel. We at the Centre for Contemporary Photography have been parti...
16/03/2024

We have all been stunned by the events in Gaza and Israel. We at the Centre for Contemporary Photography have been particularly monitoring the tragic death toll of photojournalists and journalists, alongside the heartbreaking death toll of civilians.
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We have been tracking updates of the deaths of our colleagues in the photography and journalism community whilst reporting on the current conflict, via updates from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
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Sadly, the CPJ reports that these last five months have been the deadliest period for journalists since they began gathering data in 1992. This is alongside confirmed reports of journalists being injured, arrested, and further reports of assaults, threats, cyberattacks, censorship, and killings of journalists’ family members.
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In response, the CCP has been and continues to sell a special edition tote bag (on our website) to raise money for the CPJ. This tote bag features a quote by Ariella Azoulay (author, art curator, filmmaker, and theorist of photography and visual culture).
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All profits from sales of this tote bag will be donated to the CPJ.
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The Ariella Azoulay quote reads – “One needs to stop looking at a photograph and instead start watching it. The verb ‘to watch’ is usually used for regarding phenomena or moving pictures. It entails dimensions of time and movement that need to be reinscribed into the interpretation of the still photographic image. When and where the subject of the photograph is a person who has suffered some form of injury, a viewing of the photograph that reconstructs the photographic situation and allows a reading of the injury on others becomes a civic skill, not an exercise in aesthetic appreciation.”

(Ariella Azoulay, ‘The Civil Contract of Photography‘, 2008)
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We recognise the sacrifices these photographers and journalists have made in covering this heartbreaking conflict, and we hope for the release of all hostages, an immediate and permanent ceasefire and a negotiated peaceful resolution.
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You can buy one of these tote bags from the CCP Shop on www.ccp.org.au (link in bio).
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You can find out more about the work of the CPJ -
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Open today and tomorrow 11am-5pm.📷: ‘Shifters’ .bogdanska Install photo .wing.kei 🙏📷
16/03/2024

Open today and tomorrow 11am-5pm.
📷: ‘Shifters’ .bogdanska
Install photo .wing.kei 🙏📷

Four new photobooks available via Australian bookshop / publisher / distributor    - all featuring artists who have prev...
12/03/2024

Four new photobooks available via Australian bookshop / publisher / distributor - all featuring artists who have previously exhibited their work at 📷📚
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All four books are now available for preorder / special editions via website.
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‘Mnemosyne Grove’
Perimeter Editions
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‘How to Cut an Orange’
Perimeter Editions
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‘Windows’
Perimeter Editions
-mangan
‘A World Undone’
.press

Throughout March join us for free exhibition tours of ‘Only the future revisits the past’.Friday 15th & Friday 22nd Marc...
12/03/2024

Throughout March join us for free exhibition tours of ‘Only the future revisits the past’.

Friday 15th & Friday 22nd March:
School Tour 1pm
Public tour 2pm

Saturday 16th & Saturday 23rd March:
Public tour 11.30am
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Join the CCP team for weekly exhibition tours throughout the festival. Across half-an-hour, learn about the exhibition themes, concepts and curation, and the practice of exhibiting artists Marta Bogdańska, Omar Victor Diop, Nikki Lam, Tace Stevens and Stephanie Syjuco.

These are free events – no booking required.

School tours (Fridays at 1pm) will include discussions on relevant exhibition design and curation, installation and the care of artworks - related to Yr11/12 VCE Units 1-4 Art: Making and Exhibiting.
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New workshop announced  - ‘Feeling Seeing Gaze: Multi-sensorial Listening Through the Lens’ - with Shannon May Powell -T...
10/03/2024

New workshop announced - ‘Feeling Seeing Gaze: Multi-sensorial Listening Through the Lens’ - with Shannon May Powell

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This workshop suggests that if we can remain embodied and present when working with photographic subjects — we dare the gaze to be returned — so that instead of objectifying a person or object, through acts of ‘shooting’ or ‘capturing,’ we practice intimate and reciprocal collaboration and share power between who sees and who is being seen.

Participants will learn practical knowledge and skills for orienting their practice to an embodied and sensitive one.

Workshop Facilitator Shannon May Powell is a poet, photographic artist and somatic therapist whose work poses gestures of longing towards new possibilities of gender, sexuality and identity in a posthumanist world. Their practice is grounded in the body and relationally activated by the people and places they collaborate with.
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Details: Saturday 4 May
10am – 1pm

$50 (10% discount CCP members)

Please note this is an in-person workshop only.
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Book via CCP website (Events) or link in bio
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We need you! Volunteer at CCP in 2024.Volunteer Info Session - Saturday 16th March 10amAll welcome-As a charity/not-for-...
09/03/2024

We need you!

Volunteer at CCP in 2024.

Volunteer Info Session - Saturday 16th March 10am
All welcome
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As a charity/not-for-profit organisation (with only 3 staff) volunteers play an integral role in the everyday activities of CCP, as well as providing vital support to public programs and events.

Volunteers bring passion and skills to our day-to-day operations, have a real impact on the community, and in turn learn new skills and are given unique professional development opportunities and experiences.
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Volunteers can do as little or as many shifts as they want, on the days of their choosing.
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Volunteering is a great way to build your professional networks, develop confidence, learn about how public galleries run, and start your career in the arts.
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Come along next Saturday and find out more!
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Fun fact - our Director Daniel Boetker-Smith was once a volunteer at CCP. 🤓🤫

Want to find out more about AI?-New workshop announced - ‘Introduction to Creative AI Image Exploration for the Fearless...
08/03/2024

Want to find out more about AI?
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New workshop announced - ‘Introduction to Creative AI Image Exploration for the Fearless Photographer‘
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This workshop is an introduction to practical AI image generation as an inspirational and creative tool - for beginners, amateurs and professionals. This session will provide participants with the skills to produce results that exceed mere novelty or emulation.

Participants will learn basic principles for working with AI, best practices for prompting, techniques for finding original and personal styles, and processes for achieving good print-quality results.

There will also be discussion of the how AI image creation is achieved, and the ethical and legal implications of this new frontier.

Workshop Facilitator Peter Miller is professional filmmaker, music composer, sound designer and image artist of over 40 years experience. He has been involved with generative image creation for several decades and has been intensively working with AI imaging since 2022.
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Details: Saturday 20 April
10am – 1pm

$65 (10% discount for CCP members)
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Book via CCP website (Events) or link in bio

We are delighted to announce the first in our 2024 program of workshops. We’ve got dozens of short and long workshops co...
08/03/2024

We are delighted to announce the first in our 2024 program of workshops. We’ve got dozens of short and long workshops coming your way over the next few months covering all types of skills, knowledge and professional experience.
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Thursday 4th April 6pm-9pm

‘Taking Care of Ourselves’
- with Daniel Regan

This three-hour creative session explores the myriad of ways that we can care for ourselves in the work that we do as artists.

In this workshop Daniel shares his findings and takes you through a collaborative exploration of what self care in our practice could look like.

This session is ideal for artists:

* Looking to explore setting professional/personal boundaries in their work

* Exploring and defining what they need to do their best work

* Making work that exploring their lived experiences

* Struggling to let go of the content they are exposed to at work

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Workshop Facilitator Daniel Regan is a visual artist specialising in the exploration of complex and difficult emotional experiences, focusing on the transformational impact of arts on mental health, building on his own lived experiences. In 2015 Daniel founded the London based Arts & Health Hub, a not-for-profit organisation that supports artists and cultural producers that are exploring health, wellbeing and what it means to be human in their creative practice.
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$60 pp (CCP Members get 10% discount).
F2F workshop (not online).

Booking information & more info on the CCP website (Events) and link in bio.
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Some beautiful install shots of ’s The Quickening, just opened at  📷❤️-‘The Quickening’ is a  touring exhibition, curate...
08/03/2024

Some beautiful install shots of ’s The Quickening, just opened at 📷❤️
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‘The Quickening’ is a touring exhibition, curated by CCP Curator Catlin Langford, presented at in Morwell as part of 2024
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Opening tonight on International Women’s Day have a number of exciting exhibitions, and a talk by at 4.30pm.
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Welcome to the 2024  Creative Residents! 👏📷❤️-Our Creative Residents will be based at, working from, and engaging with t...
06/03/2024

Welcome to the 2024 Creative Residents! 👏📷❤️
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Our Creative Residents will be based at, working from, and engaging with the CCP for the year.

The program (supported by our partners ) provides access to the CCP community, and helps emerging and established creatives to build networks and achieve outcomes. Bringing together photographers, curators, writers, and designers to work in a shared office at CCP, the Creative Residency incorporates professional development opportunities, mentorships, and networking.

Go follow them and see what they’re up to -
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Meg De Young
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Jo Duck
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Oliver Foster

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Finn Goldstrawi.g
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Gabrielle Hall Lomax

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Kyle Archie Knight

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Kelvin Lauwing.kei
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Ming Liew






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Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday 11am - 5pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm

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