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April 9, 2019
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Harvest Photographic Exhibition

  • Words: Geena Ho
  • Main image: Bec Joannou, 'Lost' from the series 'In a Daydream...'

Graduates of the Centre for Creative Photography have come together for Harvest, an exhibition of photographic work opening at Studio Bowden on Friday, 12 April.


Harvest Opening Night
6pm ‘til 8pm on Friday, 12 April at Studio Bowden
91a Drayton Street, Bowden 5007

Harvest runs until Friday, 3 May at Studio Bowden and will then show from Monday, 13 May until Friday, 21 June at The Light Gallery at 138 Richmond Road, Marleston.

The exhibition will showcase the work of seven graduating students: Stephen Hunt, Bec Joannou, Pamela Ann Brangwen-jones, Victor Marillanca, John Hopkinson, Renāte Smitham, and Ida Sophia.

Harvest will explore myriad photographic techniques and mediums, featuring a range of analogue work, from instant, black and white and colour film, to highly conceptual digital works.

Renowned art critic, Dr Adam Dutkiewicz, will officially open the exhibition on Opening Night at the newly renovated Studio Bowden art space on Friday night at 6pm.

Following the official launch, the exhibition will remain at Studio Bowden until Friday, 3 May before moving to The Light Gallery, Adelaide’s only dedicated photographic gallery, on Monday, 13 May until Friday, 21 June.

Harvest is free for the public to attend and you can find out more at the link.

Victor Marillanca, Frome Rd Stroll, from the series Urban Portals

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