HUBBLE BUBBLE TOIL AND TROUBLE The Alchemists
Wednesday June 8th 10 am to 4 pm
JOHN POLLARD gum printing
CHRISTINE LIM Bromoil
ELLIE YOUNG Salt printing
DAN BURKHOLDER [USA] Platinum
SILVI GLATTAUER Photogravure
LYNETTE ZEENG Creative Polaroid processes
WENDY CURRIE Cyanotype
BYTE ON THIS
Friday June 17th 7 pm to 10 pm
LLOYD GODMAN [NZ]
Saturday June 18th 1 pm to 4 pm
THE AGE SUMMER SERIES [in winter]
Sunday June 19th 2 pm to 4 pm
PUTTING PICTURES ON PAGES
Friday June 24th 7 pm to 10 pm
A FEMALE PERSPECTIVE
Saturday June 25th 1 pm to 4 pm
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CLIMBING THE COALFACE
Sunday June 26th 9 am to 4 pm
SEMINAR TICKET PRICES
DFB 05 SILVER PASS: admits holder to *all DFB 05 seminars.
Silver pass price $145 [$115 concession and DFB subscribers] 10% earlybird discount if purchased before June 1st 2005.
All other seminar tickets may be booked prior, or purchased at the door.
HUBBLE BUBBLE TOIL AND TROUBLE, The Alchemists. Alternative Photographic Processes seminar $40 [$30 concession & DFB
BYTE ON THIS Digital photography seminar $25 [$20 concession & DFB subscribers]
TELLING TALES Photo documentary seminar $30 [$25 concession & DFB subscribers]
THE AGE SUMMER SERIES [in Winter] Press photography seminar $15 [$12.50 concession & DFB subscribers]
PUTTING PICTURES ON PAGES Photography publishing seminar $25 [$20 concession & DFB subscribers]
A FEMALE PERSPECTIVE Fine Art photography seminar $30 [$25 concession & DFB subscribers]
CLIMBING THE COALFACE AIPP Victoria Commercial photography seminar $60 [$50 AIPP members, concession & DFB subscribers]
* this series includes lunch. Silver pass holders must pay a $15 llunch surcharge if they wish to attend this seminar.
Payment: Cash, cheque, postal order or credit card. Make cheques and postal orders payable to Daylesford Foto Biennale.
Contact the Biennale office for silver passes and to pre book for individual seminars, or book from the DFB 05 info caravan
in Vincent Street during the Festival, or purchase tickets at the door.
VENUE FOR ALL SEMINAR SESSIONS IS THE DAYLESFORD TOWN HALL