Events & Competitions
Here we share details of events, exhibitions, art prizes, competitions and more, from the photographic community in Adelaide and beyond.
Please exercise due diligence when entering competitions in particular. Always read the Terms & Conditions and ensure you understand them. CCP does not always have time to vet every competition and posting the details should not necessarily be considered an endorsement.
Arts South Australia is committed to a zero-tolerance approach to all forms of victimisation, bullying and harassment, including sexual harassment. It is a condition of all funding and grants that recipients must adopt and implement a Respectful Behaviours policy and procedure.
The Luminous Grant is an amazing opportunity for an AIPP Student member who is giving back to the industry or their institution.
The photographs in the exhibition are a negative presentation of the changing landscape in the CBD and the edges of Melbourne.
The Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA) is Australia’s pre-eminent professional photography event. Open to photographers from all disciplines, it seeks to reward current Australian image making.
The Bowness Photography Prize has quickly become Australia's most coveted photography prize. It is also one of the country's most open prizes for photography. In the past, finalists have included established and emerging photographers, art and commercial photographers.
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New work by Tash McCammon and Tyrone Ormsby.
Photographic exhibition and book launch.
Opening at 2pm on Sunday the 6th of May 2018
The Viewpoint exhibition will see nine emerging South Australian artists showcase a range of talents including sculpture, painting, drawing and photography.
Carve your future behind the lens.
Be part of Sydney's first immersive weekend of photography at the International Convention Centre Sydney on 28-29th April 2018.
The prize-winning photographers will be chosen for an exhibition at the photography gallery of The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. And Forrest Old, director of the Red Filter Gallery, will select a photographer for a one-person show at the online gallery.
Artlab Australia’s conservators care for cultural heritage, working across five specialised laboratories. Learn how to pack your work for travel and storage in this practical demonstration presented by Artlab’s Senior Objects Conservator, Justin Gare. You’ll also be given an insight into the innovative techniques used in the preservation of the State’s collections as well as family treasures.