Published quarterly by Centre for Contemporary Photography, and edited by Kyla McFarlane, FLASH presents reviews, interviews and commentary on photography and video. We aim for a diversity of opinion from established through to emerging writers, from within the discipline of photography and beyond. FLASH encourages comment and discussion from its readers through the comment section at the end of each article. Flash is generously supported by Joyce Evans, photographer.


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About CCP

Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) is one of Australia’s premier venues for the exhibition of contemporary photo-based arts, providing a context for the enjoyment, education, understanding and appraisal of contemporary practice.

Established in 1986 by the photographic community as a not-for-profit exhibition and resource centre, CCP has played a pivotal role in the support of photo-based arts and public engagement with photography. In 2005 CCP relocated to purpose designed premises by Sean Godsell Architects.

CCP’s exhibition program is presented across six exhibition spaces, including the Night Projection Window viewed from George and Kerr Streets after dark, and features a diverse range of photo-based arts from emerging to established artists. The program includes individual, group and curated exhibitions representing the very best of local, interstate and international photography.  CCP presents public and specialist education programs including the longstanding free lecture series and programs for upper secondary and tertiary students and youth at risk.

Admission to CCP is free. For more information about CCP exhibitions and events, please visit the Centre for Contemporary Photography website.