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Capturing culture in pictures

Mere Naleba
Tuesday, July 08, 2014

MEMBERS of the public now have the opportunity to witness black and white images captured by indigenous Australian filmmaker and photographer Richard Jameson.

The exhibition "Grounded - A modern ethnographic study of Indigenous Australians" will last six days and is open to interested members of the public.

Jameson is in the country through an invitation by the Australian High Commission. He will also be involved in a series of workshops with the University of the South Pacific and the Fiji National University where he will have a chance to meet local filmmakers.

The opportunity now arises for Jameson to share his photography skills and ideas and filmmaking tips with aspiring local filmmakers and photographers.

Jameson said his photography exhibition allowed people to witness first-hand the culture and traditions of indigenous Australians through pictures.





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