New Dialogues in Photography is an ongoing series of seminars delivered by Photo Collective
“To think of photography only as a solitary act of intention leading to individual images that can be assessed according to their formal qualities is to radically simplify how photography can and does function as art.”
– Daniel Palmer in Photography and Collaboration
Presented by Photo Collective in collaboration with Nikon Australia, Momento Pro and Photography Studies College (Melbourne), New Dialogues in Photography is an exciting seminar series delving deep into the ways that Australian photographic artists are innovating in the spaces of collaboration and visual storytelling.
We are excited to present this next chapter, Between Maker and Sitter, which will facilitate a dialogue between Australian photographers Rowena Meadows, Violet McMonagle, Chris Hopkins and Stephanie Rose Wood, each of whom’s practice is centred within a collaborative framework. The panel will be discussing topics such as authorship, responsible storytelling and the ‘lone camera artist’ myth.
Held in front of a live audience in Melbourne, the event will also be streamed online using the Nikon Z system. Registration is essential for this free event, with a live audience capacity of 40 so be sure to register now so as not to miss out. Registration is also necessary in order to receive the Zoom link.
New Dialogues in Photography: Between Maker and Sitter will be presented on April 12, 2022 at 5.30pm at Photography Studies College (Melbourne)