Wednesday 5 December 2012, 6pm
at Centre for Contemporary Photography.
Gold-coin donation, no bookings required.
Join CCP and Eight Melbourne identities make a case for their favourite photograph, reflect on the inscrutable and relevant question:
What Makes A Great Photograph?
As part of the 2012 Kodak Salon, CCP presents an evening of confident and wildly divergent points of view on this topic.
Eight Melbourne identities make the case for their favourite photograph. They will have just seven minutes to convince us.
A photography editor, a couple of curators, designers, a creative director, writers and artists will reveal their passionate choices on the night!
Director, Centre of Contemporary Photography
Artistic Program Manager, Next Wave
Serena Bentley is an art writer, curator and the Artistic Program Manager at Next Wave, an artist development organisation and biennial festival based in Melbourne.
Dr Marcus Bunyan is the writer of the Art Blart blog and digital artist; thinking about ideas in the fields of philosophy, art and photography; working at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne; Art Blart.
Helen Frajman has, since 1993, represented some of Australia's most interesting photographic artists and is the publisher at M.33, Melbourne.
Natalie King is a curator and writer with a special interest in photography. She is the Director of Utopia@Asialink, University of Melbourne.
Tin and Ed
Tin & Ed are image makers. They work in a diverse range of media with a broad range of people.
Tom Mosby is a Torres Strait Islander and the CEO of the Koorie Heritage Trust Inc.
John Warwicker is Professor of Design at MADA (Monash Art Design & Architecture) and co-founder and still an active member of the UK based multi-disciplinary creative studio, Tomato.
For a recording of What Makes A Great Photograph?, click here