Museum of Contemporary Arts (MCA) – Lomo Photography Workshop & Tour of MCA Collection Volume One

Tim Hixson
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Entry Fee: Free
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Official Opening 01/06/2012 11:00 pm

As part of the Head On Festival learn more about the Lomographic camera and the worldwide community utilising this experimental form of photography. This day course led by Lomo photographer Tim Hixson will include a brief introduction into this style of photography, a practical session and a tour of the MCA Collection Volume One.

The cost includes a Diana camera to take home, film, processing and lunch.

DATE:  Saturday 2 June
WHERE: Museum of Contemporary Art (George Street, The Rocks)
TIME:  9.00am-3.00pm
COST: $180/$155 MCA members
BOOKING: Ph. 9245 2400

Please note that this course may be cancelled if insufficient bookings are received 7 days prior to the commencement date. If for any reason the course is cancelled after your enrolment, a full refund of fees will be made.

09.00    REGISTRATION Introduction & Welcome

09:15    INTRODUCTION: LOMO PHOTOGRAPHY An introduction by photographer Tim Hixson, into his practice and Lomo photography
09:45    SESSION 1: Shooting with the Diana camera
11:15    MORNING TEA Provided by MCA    
11:30    SESSION 2: Approaches to LOMO Photographer Tim Hixson presents how artists explore degrading the image
12:30    LUNCH
13:30    GALLERY TOUR MCA Collection: Volume One with MCA educator
14:30    REVIEW IMAGES, EVALUATION & IDEAS
15:00    PROGRAM FINISHES

This event has concluded
Dates:
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 01/06/2012 11:00 pm
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