The Hobart Photographic Society holds club meetings once a month (the third Thursday of the month excluding December which is the second Thursday), commencing at 7.30pm at the Phillip Smith Centre, 2 Edward Street, Glebe.
We have an array of guest speakers presenting on a wide variety of subjects with the aim of educating and informing. The meetings are also a good chance to socialise with fellow members over a cuppa.
New members and persons who may be interested in becoming a member are welcome to attend. Details of upcoming meetings are outlined below.
Due to the COVID-19 virus Club meetings at the Philip Smith Centre have been suspended until further notice.
Meetings have been suspended until further notice due to COVID-19 virus. If you have access to the Club's Facebook (members only) please watch the "Announcement" section for information pertaining to online meetings.read more
The Philip Smith Centre
Held on Thursday 20th February
Featured Tasmanian photographers Karen Brown and Ian McKenzieread more
Held on Thursday 16 January
Presentation from Club members on their 2019 photographic journeyread more
Held on Thursday 21 November 2019
Featured AIPP Australian Photographer of the Year Matt Palmerread more
Held on Thursday 17 October 2019
Featured HPS Life Member and businessman Mike Calderread more
Help on Thursday 19 September 2019
Featured Tasmanian landscape photographer Hillary Younger.read more
Held on Thursday 15 August 2019
Featured Vicki Farmery, archivist from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Galleryread more
Held on 18 July
Featured photographer Paul Hoelen and Nepalese club member Borish Mally.read more
Held on 20 June
Featured Victorian Landscape photographer Tom Putt.read more
Held on 16 May
Featured conservation volunteer Madi Riley.read more
Held on 18 April
Featured Tasmanian photographer Luke Tscharke and club member Pam Parks.read more
Held on 21 March
Featured Simon Olding (Full Gamut printing), Tasmanian photographer Andrew Wilson and Canadian club member Larry Taylorread more
Held on 21 February
Featured Wilderness Society member Danny Carney and Tasmanian Landscape photographer Dan Broun.read more