Self–portrait on country (Wave Hill), 24 June 2014
inkjet print on archival paper
The exhibition Still in My Mind is now showing at the UQ Art Museum. There is also an online catalogue from the exhibition that can be viewed below.
12th August – 29th October – UQ Art Museum
“Inspired by the words of revered Indigenous leader Vincent Lingiari, ‘that land … I still got it on my mind’, this exhibition reflects on the Gurindji Walk-Off, a seminal event in Australian history that reverberates today. The Walk-Off, a nine-year act of self determination that began in 1966 and sparked the national land rights movement, was led by Lingiari and countrymen and women working at Wave Hill Station (Jinparrak) in the Northern Territory.”
Nora Lorek – Mid Sweden University (past winner)
The 72nd College Photographer Of the Year competition is open for submission. We encourage every student to submit.
Read more about it below or visit www.cpoy.org
Submission Deadline, Oct 1st
If you are a photographer currently studying at university and haven’t heard of College Photographer of the year then pay attention. CPOY is a prestigious free to enter photography competition open to University students who have studied at least one semester between September 2016 and December 2017.
This year will be the 72nd college photographer of the year competition. The awards include an internship in the National Geographic, Nikon equipment and much more. Past college photographers of the year have gone on to be industry leaders with remarkable careers. While winning doesn’t make you a professional, it does mean you are on track to be one. In order to enter you will need to create an account on their website for this year’s competition. Be sure to pay close attention to the rules, ethics statements, categories and submissions guidelines.
With eighteen categorises to choose from, there is little excuse to not submit work. For students looking to have a successful career in the field of photography, CPOY offers a platform to be recognised internationally. Entry deadline is 11:59 pm Central Standard Time, Sunday Oct. 1, 2017.
For more information on the competition follow the link above to the CPOY website.
Anti-bikie law protest photographs, 2013 Hamish Cairns, John Oxley Library, SLQ Image no. 9352-0001-0022
The Freedom Then, Freedom Now exhibition takes on several historical moments in Queensland when our freedom was tested and fought for. The exhibition shows us where we’ve come from and what progress we’ve made. It further serves as a reminder that we will always have to fight for our freedom, and keep demanding it. Especially in this time, when the right for same-sex marriage is up for vote.
The exhibition is on viewing at the State Library, South Bank, in Brisbane.
A more detailed description below followed by a trailer, taken from the State Library website.
“Freedom takes many forms. Some countries cannot guarantee freedom from hunger, while arbitrary detention, religious and racial discrimination are practised throughout the world, sometimes even mandated by governments. For example, many Aboriginal residents were forcibly removed to missions from the 1890s to 1960s. Even when they were granted permission to leave, a government agency could still decide who they could and couldn’t associate with.
Shrimp fishing, Lake Hong, Hubei Province, China, 2015. © Mustafah Abdulaziz / WWF-UK
15-26 September – Brisbane Southbank
Since 2011, American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz has travelled the world for his long-term photographic project on water. His powerful images convey the effects of the global water crisis on people and the environment, and how better management and protection of water sources can strengthen communities, and underpin development.
‘Bridgette’ by David Kelly
‘Without a House: Homelessness in Brisbane’ – Panel Discussion
By Elizabeth Ralph
Tonight 105, 000 Australians will have no home to return to at the end of their day. An even greater number tonight, will be living in unstable housing, steps away from homelessness. Due to the transitionary nature of homelessness and entrenched stigma, homelessness often remains silent and if noticed stigmatised.
The 2016 World Press Photo Awards travelling exhibition hit the Brisbane Powerhouse from 29 July- 21 August, inviting Queenslanders to experience the best photojournalism of the year up close. Continue reading
Cindy Sherman- Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
By Elizabeth Ralph
The return of Cindy Sherman as the model of her 2000’s works is currently on display at the
Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane. Continue reading
Critical review for artist and microbiologist, Svetlana Trefilova
by Angela Meyer PhD.
‘Inner Scapes: Fragile’ exhibition by Svetlana Trefilova
Svetlana Trefilova’s Inner Scapes: Fragile exhibition at Tableland Regional Gallery shares her research experiments from her four series’ presented here as the Petri dish, Moreton Island, Girraween and myrtle rust. The micro and macro explorations give two dynamic perspectives where the human eye and the microscope reflect the natural and the invented to produce a way of viewing the world.
Figure 1. Svetlana Trefilova, Overleaf, mixed media on paper, 35cm x 45cm, 2015
By Oliver Wykeham
Journeys North is an exhibit at the Queensland Art Gallery, 13 FEB – 3 JUL 2016.
The history of a place can be difficult without the ability to visualise the place as it was. Even modern history can seem unattainable. Journeys North, a retrospective exhibit by the Queensland Art Gallery, is a cross section of Queensland life in 1988. A turning point in the Northern most states history. This exhibit shows the Queensland that was, the Queensland that in many places has disappeared and in some places that has remained. Continue reading