Category Archives: MCC News

Photowalk Community – Gasworks Park, and Port Melbourne

Our next photowalk will be held on Sunday 8 September, in Albert Park/Port Melbourne, with opportunities to photograph the park and gardens at Gasworks Arts Park, and the beaches and neighbourhoods around Port Melbourne. Gasworks Arts Park is a vibrant arts precinct producing a range of high-quality arts programs, workshops and activities for all ages. […]

Analogue Exhibition Opening

Living in an Analogue World Join us for Opening Night of our 19th Annual Analogue Photography Exhibition: Thursday 29 August at 8pm Mat Hughes is special guest speaker, he will describe his personal aesthetic that drives an approach towards Photography using the concept of the ‘Complete Picture’. His own Photographic practice moves seamlessly between film and […]

CCC/MCC Mid Week Outing

Mid-Month Excursion: Wednesday, 21st August In August we plan to visit one of Melbourne’s newest galleries: Buxton Contemporary Art Gallery, which houses the collection of Michael Buxton. It is contemporary art ‘with a vengeance.’ Some you’ll adore, some will irritate you, some you’ll find perplexing, and some you will find pointless (Anyway, those were my […]

Photowalk Community – Beaches and sunset, Mornington Peninsula

Photowalk: 4 August 2019 For our August photowalk we will be heading south to the Mornington Peninsula, visiting a couple of beaches and hoping for a nice sunset! We will start at Blairgowrie Marina and beach (see below for exact meeting point) with time to explore the foreshore reserve, beach, pier, boats and beach boxes. […]

Open House Melbourne, 27-28 July

We’re opening our doors for Open House Melbourne Melbourne this weekend. Built in 1876, the heritage-listed neo-classical Corinthian-style building was purchased by the Melbourne Camera Club in 1979, who restored and repurposed the space into club rooms and exhibition space. All areas of the building will be open and club members will be available to […]

Photowalk Community – Dog Rocks, Batesford, 9 June 2019

The Dog Rocks are growing to be a popular photography destination with a variety of shapes and sizes of rock formations with a few gnarled trees that can be framed against the rocks for interesting compositions. There may also be some animal photography opportunities – birds, kangaroos and evidence of rabbits, plus a few sheep. […]