Announcement: PSM Guest Lecture Series 2016

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PSM is proud to announce its 2016 Guest Lecture Series. Like in previous years the events in this series are free and open to the public.

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Reminder: We’re hiring!

Less than two weeks left in our open call for a new full-time, continuing appointment as Associate Professor or Senior Lecturer in Photography.

http://www.jobs.uts.edu.au/job/job_details.cfm?id=672232&from

Spread the word to any interested local, national or international candidates!

 

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NYT: “Dissident Creates by Remote Control”

The New York Times covers a recent photo shoot by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei. Though under close surveillance in Beijing, Mr. Ai closely monitored and art directed the shoot remotely via Skype and other standard technologies.

Full article.

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We’re hiring!

We have just advertised an open position in the Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media. Full details here:

http://www.jobs.uts.edu.au/job/job_details.cfm?id=672232&from

Spread the word!

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NYT: “When the Camera Takes Over for the Eye”

Brief observation at the New York Times about the ubiquity of cameras at this year’s Venice Biennale…

When the Camera Takes Over for the Eye

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PSM in Melbourne!

The first year students and I (plus a few instructors) will be traveling south to Melbourne next week for a few days of exploration. Get in touch if you know of any exciting events or happenings! david.burns@uts.edu.au

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PSM on Twitter

If you’re so inclined…

http://twitter.com/utspsm

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“Edition” 2010

It’s that time of year! The time for summer, parties and end-of-year mayhem.

“Edition”, the inaugural end-of-year exhibition of student work from the Bachelor of Photography and Situated Media will take place on Wednesday, December 8th from 8-10pm. This is the same night as the massive School of Design Graduate Show which starts at 5:30 in the UTS Tower. Think of our show as the “after party”.

“Edition” will take place at 50 Kensington Street, just down the road from the infamous Clare Hotel. The School of Architecture at UTS has been kind enough to let us commandeer a portion of their beautiful warehouse for our show. The architects will have their own monstrous end-of-year on December 3rd. More details here for the architecture show: http://www.utsarchitecture.net/index.php/index-2010/

See you on December 8th!

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JR Wins Prestigious TED Prize

Paris-based “photograffeur” JR won this year’s prestigious One Wish to Change the World prize from TED. Details on NPR’s “The Picture Show” blog.

From TED:

JR creates pervasive art that spreads uninvited on buildings of Parisian slums, on walls in the Middle East, on broken bridges in Africa or in favelas in Brazil. People in the exhibit communities, those who often live with the bare minimum, discover something absolutely unnecessary but utterly wonderful. And they don’t just see it, they make it. Elderly women become models for a day; kids turn into artists for a week. In this art scene, there is no stage to separate the actors from the spectators.

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Shawn Brackbill + New York Fashion Week

Shawn Brackbill is a talented young photographer based in New York (and a good friend!). He’s recently updated his lovely blog with new images from the New York Fashion Week.

Also, read some nice words about his work at this blog.

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