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Capturing the culture clash

04 Oct 2018

Capturing the culture clash Image

By Niccola Anthony

Students from the Photography Studies College (PSC) have joined their Japanese counterparts in an exhibition at Library at The Dock’s gallery.

The exhibition, launched on September 12, features images of Melbourne taken by PSC students alongside images of Osaka, taken by students from The Japanese Institute of Photography and Film (Shasen).

A “twin” exhibition was launched in Osaka on September 10, exhibiting the same photographic prints.

The City of Melbourne and Osaka City Government have thrown their support behind the two colleges, providing gallery space as a way of celebrating the 40-year “Sister City” relationship between the two cities.

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