The Argus presents a screening of The Bang Bang Club.
When: Thursday May 10, 2012.
Where: The Argus. 2.33 G14, Queensland College of Art, Gold Coast.
Congratulations again to QCA ePhotojournalism lecturer Heather Faulker and QCA Bachelor of Digital Media student, Arianne McNaught. Both were 2012 finalists in the National Photographic Portrait Prize.
In the course of four years, the ARGUS has published dozens of feature stories online. In producing this first print collection, editors worked tirelessly to find the best of these online stories and translate them for the old, “hot,” medium—to make the book an extension of the eye. It’s meant as a dialectic reflection on these vibrant visual stories from our new century.
Have a spin through ARGUS: Volume 1 above, and pick up your own print edition of the ARGUS: Volume 1 HERE
The Argus is the ePhotojournalism major’s online visual journalism magazine, published by students enrolled in the Gold Coast QCA Publication and Editorship 30 credit-point Work-Integrated Learning specialisation. In this work-integrated learning environment, students assume the role of editors, assigning, editing, producing, writing and photographing multimedia stories covering timely local and international news events and features. Overseen by ePhotojournalism academics in executive editor roles, the Argus offers students professional experience in a structured, productive newsroom environment.