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Please don’t send me home – Suzie Edwards

22nd November 2009 | Exhibitions
From "Please don't send me home"

From "Please don't send me home"

Suzie Edwards’ exhibition of photographs taken by her father, Bobby Fitzgerald, in the 1950s of life in and around the Portland Cement Works is showing at the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum in Bathurst. The exhibition continues to 3 January 2010. (more…)

CIT Photography Exhibition

21st November 2009 | Exhibitions
Untitled - Rohan Thomson

Untitled - Rohan Thomson

The CIT Bachelor of Design (Photography) Exhibition is to be held at the High Court of Australia, Canberra opening at 6:30pm, Wednesday 2 December and continuing to 10 December. Hours are 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

Students represented with works printed by Macquarie Editions include: Jeremy Beasley, Daniel Keeffe, Kate Luke, Helen Murphy, Ginette Snow, Samantha Taylor, Rohan Thomson, Jamila Toderas and Jenny Whatman. (more…)

Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag

27th October 2009 | Papers

Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag is a coated version of the popular traditional watercolour paper and shares its distinctive cold-pressed texture. The noticeable difference in side by side comparisons is its whiter (but still natural white) colour. This mould-made, 100% cotton paper is available in 310gsm and 240gsm weights. As with all papers in the Canson Infinity range, the gamut and density achieved with UltraChrome HDR inks is very satisfying. (more…)

In for Life

12th October 2009 | Exhibitions
re-vision 1 - Sharon Swincer

re-vision 1 - Sharon Swincer

To mark the 25th anniversary of Photoaccess an exhibition of works by life members will open at the Huw Davies Gallery, Manuka Arts Centre at 6pm on 15 October and running to 1 November.

Those represented with prints by Macquarie Editions are David Chalker, Bronwyn Jewell, Julia Mulligan, Alison Sexton-Green and Sharon Swincer. (more…)

PhotoAccess 25th Anniversary Portfolio

9th October 2009 | Exhibitions
Breach - Kerry Baylor

Breach - Kerry Baylor

Macquarie Editions is proud to be a sponsor for the PhotoAccess 25th Anniversary Portfolio to be launched with an exhibition of the included works at the Huw Davies Gallery, Manuka Arts Centre at 6pm on 15 October and running to 1 November.

Images by the following artists are included: Kerry Baylor, Stephen Best, Tim Brook, Bob Burne, Joe Cali, David Chalker, Denise Ferris, Lauren Hewitt, Kate Luke, Belinda Pratten, Barbie Robinson, Jocelyn Rosen, Lorna Sim, Tony Stewart, Sonia Turner and Ed Whalan. (more…)

White – Kelly Sturgiss

16th September 2009 | Exhibitions
White - Kelly Sturgiss

White - Kelly Sturgiss

An exhibition of photographic works by Kelly Sturgiss and ceramics by Gwenna Green celebrates the opening of the Back Quarter Studio Gallery in Braidwood. The gallery can be found up the laneway of 139 Wallace Street. The opening is at 6pm on 19th September. (more…)

the idea of [(n)t+f(n)(q)] – Josh Wodak

14th September 2009 | Exhibitions
unendulating - Josh Wodak

unendulating - Josh Wodak

Josh’s photographs of not-so-built natural environments in Northern Territory + Far North Queensland runs from 19th September to 9th October at the Photospace Gallery, ANU School of Art. (more…)


1st September 2009 | Exhibitions
Spring - Stephen Best

Spring - Stephen Best

PhotoAccess’ annual Hang It Yourself show runs from 5-20 September at the Huw Davies Gallery, Manuka Arts Centre. The opening will be held at 2:30pm on Saturday 5 September. A mass artist talk is scheduled from 2:30pm at the closing on 20 September.

The artists represented with prints by Macquarie Editions are Richard Barwick, Stephen Best, Robert Burne, David Chalker, Dane Donaldson, Kathleen Fisher, Belinda Pratten, Barbie Robinson, Jocelyn Rosen, Richard Scherer, Lorna Sim, Ed Whalan and Joshua Wodak. (more…)

Preparing your files for printing

30th July 2009 | Technical

The following general guidelines for image preparation will ensure that you get the best results from your images: (more…)

Hahnemühle Sugar Cane

26th July 2009 | Papers

This is another in a continuing series of posts describing just some of the papers offered by Macquarie Editions. Enormous strides are continually being made in the production of new papers from different sources, production techniques and coatings, of which the latest below is a prime example.

Hahnemühle Sugar Cane is a 300gsm paper made from 75% bagasse (a by-product of raw sugar production) and 25% cotton. Along with Hahnemühle Bamboo it represents an attempt to produce papers from environmentally friendly and renewable resources. Even the cotton content of Sugar Cane is sourced from recycling internal waste. (more…)