Course Details

Qualification

Non-accredited

Study Load

Study Mode

In Class

Course Location

Canberra

Applications Close

May 23, 2022

Course Starts

May 27, 2022

Duration

13 Days

PhotoAccess Incorporated

Alpine Chalet Weekend

The extraordinary Kosciuszko national park is made up of glacier-sculpted valleys and lakes, ancient granite tors and unique alpine flora and fauna. The area has long been of special significance to Indigenous Australians, and more recently, home to engineering wonder of the world – The Snowy Mountain Scheme. One of Australia’s most ambitious power generation projects, the colossal infrastructure continues to be recognised as an iconic artefact in the nation’s heritage. Yet the unique alpine environment in which it operates – covering only 0.015% of the continent’s landmass – is increasingly vulnerable to the impact of human activity and climate change.

Join a small group of likeminded photographers for an inspiring, intensive weekend immersed in this stunning and diverse environment, with its rich cultural, industrial, and ecological history. Consider the various ways to visually document this space, and consider the conceptual and metaphorical possibilities of contemporary landscape photography. Based at a mountain chalet along Alpine Way, we’ll explore selected areas of the park renowned for fascinating topography, and landscapes integrating features of the human built environment.

Applications Open

Apr 1, 2022

Course Fee

$680