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Volunteers’ News – May 2021

Did you manage to catch the Pink Supermoon on April 27? I did, it was large and bright but not pink from my view. For you sky watchers there will be a Super Full Blood (Red) Lunar Eclipse on May 26.

Shooting Sydney’s CBD Head On

“For my style of street photography the CBD is the best location in Sydney as there are always people walking around and events unfolding.”

Roadside reportage

Lyndal Irons, 2015 Pool Grant recipient, announces her highly anticipated exhibition, On Parramatta Road, opening Friday May 13 at Articulate Project Space, Leichhardt. This unique body of work will be featured as part of this year’s Head On Photo Festival...

Confronting images – say No to community closures

Ingetje Tadros, a Dutch woman who moved to Broome 12 years ago with her Egyptian husband to establish a café, is also a highly talented photographer. Five years ago Tadros picked up the camera and recorded what she saw in the Indigenous communities in and around Broome. The results are strong and confronting to a population who believe their government is doing all it can for Aboriginal people. 

Images of startling intimacy

A remarkable new, large-format book of photography and text, FRANS Families, offers a rare insight into the hidden daily lives of people with disabilities and their families.

Here today, shown tomorrow

Photographer Chris Round is proud to announce his participation in the Head On Photo Festival, with a featured show. Returning to Sydney in 2014,...

Khaki, white and blue

Women In Uniform presents portraits of powerful, beautiful women attempting to break the glass ceiling of traditionally male dominated careers such as pilots, trades, the police force and the defence force. The series explores themes of voyeurism, feminism and sexuality.

Head On – the highlights

From May 17-June 23 the Head On Photo Festival hits Sydney, showcasing the best in Australian and international photography. Head On is Australia’s largest photographic festival with around 200 exhibitions, talks and workshops taking place over five weeks including many galleries in the South Sydney area. It provides equal opportunity for emerging and established photographers based on standard of work rather than name or celebrity.

The Janes are back

In last year’s Head On Photo Festival one of the most talked-about exhibitions was a collective work of four female photographers called See Jane Run at Depot 2 Gallery in Danks Street, Waterloo. This popular exhibition focussed on the representation of women and girls in art and in the media.