SAPPA 2014 printing

Judging at the 2011 SAPPAs The 2014 Epson SA Professional Photographic awards are coming up this June. Because of this earlier-than-usual date, we are concerned that there will be enough time to produce your entries. Our fine art department are making times available on Tuesdays and Thursdays if you want […] Read more »

Characters of the Fleurieu

What a chance to really exercise your creative talents with this photographic competition/exhibtion. ‘Characters of the Fleurieu’ means just that, BUT – it doesn’t necessarily have to be a person, thinking outside the square it could be animal, abstract, people collectively etc. etc. Food for thought?Special effects or a variety […] Read more »

CJ Taylor wins Parkland Art Prize

Hearty congratulations to CJ Taylor for winning the top prize in the Adelaide Parklands Art Prize. CJ’s work was selected out of an open field of 300 artists working in all genres of art, from painting, to sculpture. Another fantastic win for CJ Taylor, a great Adelaide artist, for photography as […] Read more »

Adelaide Parklands $20,000 Art Prize

COMPETITION IS OPEN NOW Entries close December 5th 2013. (Originally November 28th) The prize is open to all artists, of all ages, from all countries, working in two- and three dimensional art forms, including photography. Entries will be submitted initially in digital form. From these entries 50 to 100 finalists will […] Read more »

SAPPA Judging Schedule

This weekend sees the beginning of the Epson SA AIPP professional photography awards. Anyone can come along at anytime to witness this fantastic process. The judging at the Norwood Function Centre (not the CPA category) will be streamed live, and details of the url will follow on the weekendHere is […] Read more »

Images of Justice

The Adelaide Law School is again running it’s Images of Justice photographic competition, all photographers are invited to submit their images. The guest exhibitor for this 2013 competition and eventual exhibition is Dr Bob Brown, former Member of the Australian Senate and a remarkable photographer. The University of Adelaide […] Read more »