Non-Fiction Storytelling: 2016 Education Festival
Non-Fiction Storytelling: 2016 Education Festival

In December 2016 (photography, writing + media) students and staff from four tertiary institutions (RMIT University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Griffith University, and Photo Circle) will meet in Kathmandu to attend a symposium, collaborate and participate in workshops facilitated by international guests, and respond to ideas and problems raised in the workshops.

The three week project aims to broaden student networks, promote collaboration, and explore critical perspectives on the industry. Importantly, it aims to promote extra-disciplinary non-fiction storytelling and assist students to reflect on contemporary methodologies. 

Guests TBC shortly!

 

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The _ on this site project was initiated by Australian artist and educator Kristian Haggblom. Drawing on Joel Sternfeld’s text of the same name, _on this site explores how practitioners use photography to interpret stories of place. The Queensland iteration of the project was initiated by Kelly Hussey-Smith and features the work of Angela Blakely, Rebecca Smith, Raphaela Rosella, David Lloyd, Ana Paula Estrada, Martin Smith, and Kelly Hussey-Smith, who have each produced work in response to the northern bayside suburbs of Brisbane. The resulting works do not attempt to define the region, but instead reveal what there holds meaning for each artist.

 

_ on this site
_ on this site

The shadow, by Kelly Hussey-Smith

_ on this site, book exhibition
_ on this site, book exhibition

As part of the _on this site exhibition I worked with Australian journal Common Ground to curate and present a selection of contemporary photobooks by women artists responding to ideas of place. Many of these books were from my personal collection.

Non-Fiction Storytelling: 2016 Education Festival
_ on this site
_ on this site
_ on this site, book exhibition
Non-Fiction Storytelling: 2016 Education Festival

In December 2016 (photography, writing + media) students and staff from four tertiary institutions (RMIT University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Griffith University, and Photo Circle) will meet in Kathmandu to attend a symposium, collaborate and participate in workshops facilitated by international guests, and respond to ideas and problems raised in the workshops.

The three week project aims to broaden student networks, promote collaboration, and explore critical perspectives on the industry. Importantly, it aims to promote extra-disciplinary non-fiction storytelling and assist students to reflect on contemporary methodologies. 

Guests TBC shortly!

 

_ on this site

The _ on this site project was initiated by Australian artist and educator Kristian Haggblom. Drawing on Joel Sternfeld’s text of the same name, _on this site explores how practitioners use photography to interpret stories of place. The Queensland iteration of the project was initiated by Kelly Hussey-Smith and features the work of Angela Blakely, Rebecca Smith, Raphaela Rosella, David Lloyd, Ana Paula Estrada, Martin Smith, and Kelly Hussey-Smith, who have each produced work in response to the northern bayside suburbs of Brisbane. The resulting works do not attempt to define the region, but instead reveal what there holds meaning for each artist.

 

_ on this site

The shadow, by Kelly Hussey-Smith

_ on this site, book exhibition

As part of the _on this site exhibition I worked with Australian journal Common Ground to curate and present a selection of contemporary photobooks by women artists responding to ideas of place. Many of these books were from my personal collection.

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