Australian Centre For Photography
One of Australia's longest-running organisations devoted to photography.
In the 21st century — by virtue of the smartphone technology each of us carry around in our pockets — everyone's a photographer. And while of course your selfies still qualify as #art, we all know there's art and then there's art. The latter form is what you'll find at the Australian Centre for Photography, Australia's leading national organisation devoted to photography and new media.
One of the longest running contemporary art spaces, the ACP was founded in 1973 and remains a strong creative influence within Australian cultural life. At any given moment the space plays host to a number of free exhibitions, from the finest in student photography to the skilful final products of the industry's ultimate boundary pushers.
And if you're really looking to up your selfie game, ACP Workshop runs photography courses for all levels from total rookies to seasoned pros wanting to finesse their skills.