Term 4 begins next month at the Australian Centre for Photography with a highlight being a new course for aspiring photojournalists.

Pitching For The Front Page is a new course delivered  by the Picture Editor of The Guardian Australia and working photojournalist Carly Earl, which is designed for budding photojournalists who want to understand how to get their photographs and projects published. This course introduces students to the pitching process at a broad variety of global masthead publications , provides a break-down of what works in a pitch, what doesn’t and why. It is illustrated by slideshows demonstrating examples of work in the field and ends with portfolio review sessions intended to provide students with feedback on their projects specific to an editorial context. This course begins on Monday, 19 October at 6:00 p.m., with each session running for three hours. Subsequent sessions are held at the same time on the same day, once a week over two weeks with a maximum class size of eight participants. The course fee is $299 with discounts available when students enroll in multiple classes. Email workshop@acp.org.au for more information.