Club meetings

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.

Upcoming meetings

March 2020

To be held on Thursday 19th March 2020 at 7:30pm

Featuring Mark Hopgood and Andrew Fuller

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April 2020

Thursday 16th April 2020 at 7:30pm

Agenda items to be advised closer to meeting date

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Meeting location

The Philip Smith Centre

Past meetings

February 2020

Held on Thursday 20th February

Featured Tasmanian photographers Karen Brown and Ian McKenzie

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January 2020

Held on Thursday 16 January

Presentation from Club members on their 2019 photographic journey

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November 2019

Held on Thursday 21 November 2019

Featured AIPP Australian Photographer of the Year Matt Palmer

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October 2019

Held on Thursday 17 October 2019

Featured HPS Life Member and businessman Mike Calder

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September 2019

Help on Thursday 19 September 2019

Featured Tasmanian landscape photographer Hillary Younger.

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August 2019

Held on Thursday 15 August 2019

Featured Vicki Farmery, archivist from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

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July 2019

Held on 18 July

Featured photographer Paul Hoelen and Nepalese club member Borish Mally.

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April 2019

Held on 18 April

Featured Tasmanian photographer Luke Tscharke and club member Pam Parks.

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March 2019

Held on 21 March

Featured Simon Olding (Full Gamut printing), Tasmanian photographer Andrew Wilson and Canadian club member Larry Taylor

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February 2019

Held on 21 February

Featured Wilderness Society member Danny Carney and Tasmanian Landscape photographer Dan Broun.

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