10 AM - 4.30 PM Thursday 19 April 2018
Join SCCI for a hands-on series of fashion focussed workshops for children and teens. This dynamic programme aims to inspire the next generation to explore their creativity, consider sustainable practice, apply solution-driven design and engineer smarter fashion. Participants engage closely with materials and learn techniques from leading experts and specialists. Please note that places are extremely limited to encourage closely supervised and direct learning.
Award-winning photographer Gary Grealy gives teens an insider look at fashion photography’s evolution from the 1960s onwards. Grealy discusses how advances in technology have transformed the creative role of the photographer and demonstrates how to use digital hardware – camera, studio lights and tethering devices. Working in teams, participants take part in a fashion shoot that emulates a professional set up. They learn how to edit images using Photoshop and take home their own fabulous fashion image at the end of the day. This workshop is ideal for Year 11 (preliminary) and Year 12 (HSC) Visual Arts students with a significant interest in photomedia and older teenagers wishing to finesse their photography skills.
Paid event $50. Includes lunch. Please book via Eventbrite.
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Places are extremely limited.
TICKETING POLICY TERMS & CONDITIONS/PAID EVENTS
Bookings are essential. Tickets are non refundable but transferable, so if you are unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to another party. That party must present your booking confirmation email upon attendance in order to gain admission. Your booking of a place and payment of the ticket price indicates your acceptance of this policy. No exceptions can be made.
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Beginning his career working for magazines such as Cleo, Harper’s BAZAAR and Vogue, Gary Grealy soon moved to working on commissions for leading advertising agencies. His work was first exhibited at the Australian Centre of Photography in 1976 and is in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, the Bundanon Trust and the National Portrait Gallery. Grealy won the National Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in 2017. Grealy appears in: