Each week a pair of photography students from CalArts (Los Angeles) & VCA (Melbourne) will embark on a collaborative photographic adventure.


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QCP’s 2015 Limited Edition Box Set, edition of 50 – available in August!

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qcp emerging curators program

The QCP Emerging Curators Program showcases the work of international and Australian photo-media artists in an online exhibition catalogue. The program aims to foster connections between the national and international art communities and the QCP, presenting work produced by innovative photo media artists to curators, academics, students, the viewing public and Australian artists.

qcp portal

LINKS to the best photomedia sites. From museums to funding bodies.
Visit the portal page for the entire library.

Timemachine Magazine
Timemachine publishes contemporary photography, emphasizing new work and longer term projects.

Excerpt Magazine
Excerpt Magazine, is a quarterly online publication with an emphasis on original content.

Unless You Will
Unless You Will, is an online journal profiling notable photographers from around the world.

lucida magazine

LUCIDA MAGAZINE is an online journal with interviews, reviews and more.

Lucida Online Magazine


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Australian Photo-Media Books for sale from the gallery or online.



QCP is taking part in the upcoming Brisbane Writers’ Festival Ampers&nd Program, with a panel discussion on photo-media practice and habitats (where we live, work and dwell) and the launch of the first edition of the printed Lucida Journal. The panel members are Gordon Craig (QCP Chair of Board and Project Manager at The UQ Art Museum), Alexandra Brown (Lecturer in Architecture at Griffith University), Sancintya Simpson (artist and writer), and Virginia Rigney (Curator at the Gold Coast City Gallery).

The panel discussion and Journal launch will take place Thursday 3 September, 4 – 6 pm in kuril dhagun (an ambient space on the ground floor of the State Library of Qld with stunning river views).

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