The 2014 Flinders Ranges workshop (details attached) is currently accepting registrations. The dates for this workshop, which has been extended from six to seven nights this year, are August 17-23. Your registration fee covers tuition, accommodation and meals.
Your payment of the required deposit will confirm your place in the workshop on a first come, first served basis until registrations are filled. Subject to demand a second workshop week in the Flinders may be offered at the discretion of the organisers.
Please use the attached registration form by return email to book your place in the Flinders Ranges for 2014.
Click here for the PDF brochure: Light on the Land Flinders 2014
Other workshop dates proposed are:
20 July Advanced Portraiture – glamour and character models (rural location)
3 August Advanced Portraiture – glamour and character models (metropolitan location)
27 December One-day workshop – portrait, seascape and learning how to “see” the photographs that are around you (coastal location).
Today you will find Atkins closed for South Australia’s Adelaide Cup public holiday. Most South Aussies will be at WOMAD or catching the tail of the fringe.
Our @tkins online ordering and our FTP system are still receiving work.
Gregory Ackland’s photographic series ‘Habitus’ references the traditions of Romanticism, but Ackland’s photographs also reflect the idea of a retreat inwards. A contemplation of the experience of place elevates these images beyond the picturesque to highlight an emotional response to the landscape.
Gregory is a head of photography at the Adelaide School for the Arts, and a talented photographic artist. If you get an opportunity to hear Greg speak at an artist talk, you will enjoy he deep love and understanding of art.
Feb 19 – Mar 19 2014 at the Hill Smith Gallery – First Floor Gallery, 113 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Website for Habitus: http://www.hillsmithgallery.com.au/exhibitions/habitus
An exhibition of photographs captured entirely with plastic cameras.
Featuring photographers: Karen Cornelius, Jessica Eckermann, Andrea Francolini, Cynthia Gemus, Sara Huffen, Mike Lim and Mark Zed.
There’s an anticipation mixed with disappointment in antique markets and camera fairs. Laid out on tables and tables are mediocre zoom lenses, books on photo technique from the 80s, outdated boxes of photo paper. Read more »
The Emma Hack Art Prize is a $5000 acquisitive art prize for South Australian based artists from all disciplines, based on a yearly theme. This years prize celebrates the range of contemporary media within the 2014 theme of ‘My Environment’. The exhibition of finalists is now open and will run until March 30th 2014.
The works are not limited to photography, however there is a large photographic component, made up of may prominent Adelaide artists and Atkins’ customers.
All artworks will be available for sale (excluding the winner) 15% of proceeds will be donated to AMWWRO: http://www.amwrro.org.au/
Special thanks goes to Adelaide Convention Centre, Raw Pearls and theAdelaide Fringe for their support!
EXHIBITION: 4th-30th March, 2014
A lovely exhibition extending the series of Rust, Salt and Tar by a collective of SA artists, some of our favourite artists are a part of the collective, a big congratulations to Tony Kearney for curating another masterpiece. Hurry up if you want to see Smoke, these are it’s last days.
Black Diamond Gallery, Port Adelaide, 2014 Adelaide Fringe Festival. Sat 22 Feb — Sun 9 Mar
Smoke and the Port
This exhibition celebrates the product of combustion, the vaporous gasses and particles, the aromatic, the cure, the pale to greyish blue to thick black, the elemental nature of smoke. The artists have played with the properties of smoke, the smoke of fleeting illusion, of mirrors, the unreal and transitory, of concealment and screening. Read more »
Marc D Bowden’s “it’s about time” exhibition is up and running in the Adelaide Arcade for this Fringe festival.
here are Marc’s words on his exhibition:
“This series comprises various typologies: ‘wall’, ‘tree’, ‘rubble’, and ‘spiritual place’, among others. They were taken in 2013 on the New Caledonian islands of Ouvéa, Mouli, Maré and Île des Pins, which are mostly inhabited by indigenous Kanak.
France annexed New Caledonia in 1853. 100 years later the first political party to involve Kanaks appeared. After New Caledonian Congressional elections in May 2014, its Territorial Congress will be free to call a referendum on independence. Read more »
Farrago is a group of emerging photographers working on their first photographic exhibition together. The exhibition will be held from the 7th of March to the 4th of April 2014 at the National Wine Centre.
Farrago means a medley, or collection, and has arisen from students of the Center for Creative Photography, here in Adelaide. The print methods vary as do the subjects, it will be an exhibition worth experiencing.
Here is a link to the exhibition website: http://farrago-exhibition.com
Farrago is being partly funded by a Pozible campaign: http://www.pozible.com/farrago
South Australia is very lucky to have Alice Blanch here. I first met Alice’s work when I purchased some pinholes of legume families. Pretty and clever work. And I think we all have great admiration and awe for Alice’s box brownie panoramas.
This Fringe/Festival, we have two Alice Blanch exhibitions to enjoy, the first is up and running:
Circumference of Wonder is currently hanging at Presence Gift Shop, Adelaide Arcade. This exhibition has been open since Feburary 15th and runs until the 14th of March. Facebook Page Here.
Art and Nature: A Romantic Redux, Alice is a pairing up with Claire Foord and is held at Juxtapose Studios, Shop 3 Cinema Place. it opens on Saturday the 21st of Feb from 6-9pm, All welcome! Exhibition runs until the 7th of March. Facebook Page Here, Fringe Page here.