Just a heads up for the South Australians - the South Australian School of Art's Graduate exhibition is on now. The photography department has the work of more than two dozen emerging photographers (and me) and the the best of it is analogue. There's polaroid work, platinum prints, photogravure, gum dichromates, tricolour gums (the most impressive of the bunch) and even some panoramic work made with a box brownie. Apart from that a lot of the other work was shot with Hasselblads on film. Half a dozen of my classmates were working with 4x5", but not all of that ended up in the graduate exhibition. Film is alive and well in our three darkrooms - come and support us. Most of the work is for sale if you feel like owning some art too It's on until the 15th of December on Level 5 of the Kaurna building (take the lifts) in Fenn Place, just off Hindley street (next to the Worldsend pub). You can also take the tram to the City West stop and just walk up to the SAMSTAG Museum and turn left - the Kaurna building is the one with the Aroma cafe. The SASA Gallery is on the ground floor and has the work of the Honours students, but the vast majority of the exhibition is upstairs on level 5.