2010 UTS PSM High School Competition

I’d like to congratulate the winners and finalists in this year’s UTS PSM High School Competition. Each year we host a competition looking for the best photographers and situated media students in Australia. This year we attracted almost 100 entries from across the country.

The winners and eight finalists were exhibited at UTS in the 6th floor gallery of the DAB Building. Dean Desley Luscombe presented the cash awards and certificates to the winners.

This year’s winner is Husniye Yilmazlar from Sule College:

Honourable Mention 1: Vinh Pham from Patrician Brothers College

Honourable Mention 2: Adam Humphrey from Knox Grammar School

Stay tuned for next year’s competition!

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Lincoln Center + media

Here’s a short article about the incorporation of media and info design into the recent renovations and updates to New York City’s Lincoln Center by (my fav) Diller, Scofidio + Renfro.

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Welcome back!

It’s the first day of Semester 2 of PSM. Adam Jasper sets us off on the right foot with the first lecture for the subject, Situated Media Culture and Context:

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UTS Photography and Situated Media Competition 2010

UTS is on the search for the next generation of photographers and situated media designers.

Three prizes (totalling $2000) will be awarded to the best photographers and situated media designers currently studying Year 11 or 12. Submit your entries by 5pm, Friday 23 July 2010.

Finalists will have their work exhibited at UTS and the winners will be announced in mid-August.

Full details here: http://dab.uts.edu.au/psm/comp/

Good luck!

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“Hydra” exhibition opens tonight!

Please join the first year students of UTS’s Photography and Situated Media and Interior Design programs for the opening of Hydra.

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“Click! Polaroid Snaps Back On The Scene”

Polaroid is on a comeback. National Public Radio (from America) has the story.

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“Movements” by David Eskenazi

David Eskenazi recently opened a new exhibition of his photographic work at EDGE Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA. David was trained as an architect but has been developing a series of photographs that address the relationship between space, image and movement.

The work is stunning. Have a look.

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Welcome to the UTS PSM blog; the informal home for the new Bachelor of Photography and Situated Media program at the University of Technology,  Sydney. The inaugural cohort of 45 students begins classes on Monday 1 March 2010.

Check back often for news, updates and student work.

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