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Visible Women: Gendered violence and safety in public space

Thursday May 1 2019,
An in conversation with artist Nina Ross, Monash University's Associate Professor Nicole Kalms, and CCP's Curator of
Engagement Linsey Gosper, in response to the work 'That takes balls', currently showing on the CCP Night Projection Window.
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Cutting through to the Lost World: a John Stezaker Symposium

Saturday September 22 2018, 12pm - 2pm

John Stezaker

Hiding In Plain Sight

Kyla McFarlane

Light Touches

Patrick Pound

Screen seeing: in the
arcade of images
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'A picture tells a thousand words': but whose?

Thursday 9 November, 6pm–8pm
An in conversation with CCP Curator, Pippa Milne and Clare Wright, presenter of Radio National's podcast Shooting the Past. Followed by discusions of their favourite work from An unorthodox flow of images by Daniel Boetker-Smith, Natalie Thomas, Joyce Agee, Simon Laham and Jake Treacy.  More Information  Download 

Codes of practice: Indigenous subjects and Indigenous photographers

Thursday 2 November, 6pm–8pm
This panel discussion, chaired by Stephen Gilchrist, considered the ethical and cultural codes of practice when working with Indigenous subjects and photographers, the representation of Indigenous communities, the legacy of images of deceased people, the politics of witness and our responsibilities as curators and audience.
Chair: Stephen Gilchrist. Speakers: Lisa Hilli, Kirsten Lyttle, Léuli Eshr?ghi, Kimberley Moulton and Maree Clarke. More Information

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The Transit Lounge

Saturday 21 October, 3pm–7:30pm
A symposium on the ever-changing states of photography from the invention of the medium to the digital present. Coordinated by Patrick Pound. Presenters: Geoffrey Batchen, Martyn Jolly, Elisa deCourcy, Naomi Cass and Pippa Milne. More Information  Download 


Everybody is an Artist: Photography and Selfhood in the Work of Wendy Ewald

Thursday 17 October 2013
Wendy Ewald in conversation with Louise Neri (Melbourne Festival Creative Associate Visual Arts). More Information  Download 

Around Photography: An Artists' Forum

Wednesday 8 May 2013
Christo Crocker, Danica Chapell, Geoff Robinson, Kiron Robinson and Jo Scicluna
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Robert Rooney: A Night of Talks

Wednesday 24 April 2013
Artist Philip Brophy, writer and curator David Homewood and Martyn Jolly, Head of Photography and Media Arts, ANU School of Art, speak on and around the work of Robert Rooney. More Information  Download 


Unpicking the Constructed Photograph: Artists Speak About Their Process

Thursday 17 October 2012
Siri Hayes, David Rosetzky, Darren Sylvester and Anne Zahalka
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Gregory Crewdson: In conversation with Naomi Cass, CCP Director

Wednesday 10 October 2012
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Anne Noble: Artist Talk

Wednesday 12 September 2012
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Sandra Barnard: In conversation with Naomi Cass, CCP Director

Wednesday 5 September 2012
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Kim Simon: Curating Sticky Images in the context of TPW

Thursday 30 August 2012
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Richard Billingham: Artist Talk

Thursday 23 August 2012
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Without Words Exhibition Panel Discussion

Friday 22 July 2011
Panel discussion with presentations by Without Words curator Kyla McFarlane and exhibiting artist Tom Nicholson, chaired by Professor Gerry Simpson, Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law. More Information  Download  Download 

Kodak Salon Lecture: George Eastman House: Past, Present, Future

Wednesday 25 May 2011
Dr Alison Nordström surveys the history of George Eastman House-the oldest museum of its kind in the world-since its opening in 1947.
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Victor Burgin: Face À l'Histoire

Wednesday 16 March 2011
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