Cambodia in Sight
Alesia Tabone, Sara Goddard, Jack Hart, Dylan Crawford, James O'Reilly, Alexandra Gonzalez-Mendoza, Joshua Prieto, Molly Burley, Debra Harrip, Ari Balle-Bowness, Kate Ryan, Margaux Kendall, Lilly McKenzie, Lily Mitchell, Jennifer Colverson, Kathy Foster, Jake Day, Chantel Hallam.
Join us at the Project Gallery from 6pm on Thursday, 1st March as we celebrate the closing of Cambodia in Sight.
This exhibition is the outcome of the 3888QCA In-Field Documentary Project which is one of the Global Mobility international programs of the Bachelor of Photography. Dr Heather Faulkner, Dr Kelly McIlvenny and Nobel-Prize co-laureate (Ottawa Treaty 1997) John Rodsted lead this fifth iteration of the in-field documentary course in Cambodia. Students from the Bachelor of Photography, the Bachelor of Journalism and the Griffith Film School worked with local NGOs and their beneficiaries to uncover the stories of everyday Cambodians, producing photo stories and short documentary films. The three-week in-field course was conducted in Cambodia in January, 2018.
The event will feature guest speaker Nobel-Prize co-laureate (Ottawa Treaty 1997) John Rodsted and a special performance by chapei artist and musicologist, Catherine Grant, from the Griffith Conservatorium. Free entry, all welcome.