When you become a member of Central Highlands Imaging & Photographic Association or attend one of our workshops or outings, these are some of the people you will get to know. Your Committee is working in the background to ensure that CHiPA is the most collaborative camera club around. We may be a small rural club but we have a lot of heart and our number one aim is to provide you with a fun, social and supportive environment in which to learn about photography and develop your skills.
Should you need to contact CHiPA, please email us.
Maree Hanrahan – President/Webmanager
Sabine Ellery – Vice President
Ronalda Payne – Secretary
Robert Armstrong – Treasurer
Kerry Thomson – General Committee Member
Sherrill Meredith – General Committee Member
Anne Rogers – General Committee Member
Sue Masterson – General Committee Member
OUR ASSOCIATION PURPOSES
To advance the art of photography and imaging, embracing all photographic mediums at all levels of skill and encourage, support, promote and assist in the making of photographs by members of the Association.
To provide sensitive critique in a non-competitive and competitive environment and to conduct on a regular basis, photographic competitions between members of the Association and between the Association and other like-minded bodies.
To conduct lectures, presentations and workshops on photography, imaging and associated subjects and to conduct or participate in exhibitions of members’ photography for the wider community.
To collect, collate and distribute information on photography and imaging to members of the Association and the wider community and to provide a welcoming environment where members of the Association and visitors can socialise and improve their photographic skills.
To conduct and or participate in group outings for the purpose of developing and maintaining positive rapport with the members of the Association whilst providing ongoing support and encouragement with respect to photography and imaging related matters.
Please come and visit us at the Gordon Public Hall, 68 Main Street (Old Melbourne Road) Gordon.