Filming and Photography at the Pride Centre

The Pride Centre is full of spaces for community connection, collaboration and celebration. We welcome everyone to take photos in the centre for personal and educational use (on your personal social media or in non-published educational materials, such as class presentations), in public spaces including the Pride Gallery, Atrium and The Forum. If you would like to use a tripod, lighting or other accessories for personal projects, please let the volunteers at Concierge know and they will flag with Pride Centre staff.

If you would like to use the centre for creative purposes (such as for a film and/or photography location), and for other media and commercial enquiries (and another other projects that aren’t for private, personal or educational use), please mail our Communications & Marketing Coordinator: comms@pridecentre.org.au

Filming and photography for creative, media, and commercial purposes may be subject to booking fees for using spaces in the centre. This will be communicated by the Communications & Marketing Coordinator in consultation with the Venue & Events Manager.

Filming and Photography guidelines:

  • Signs must be displayed stating that “Filming is taking place. Please let the photographer/film crew know if you do not wish to photographed/filmed” in large, bold text on at least two A4 print-outs to be displayed in close proximity to the filming/photography area
  • Filming/photography must not take place in or block any fire exits
  • It’s the responsibility of the photographer/film crew that any people featured in photography or filmed projects should give permission to be featured
  • Views or opinions expressed in any media projects within the Pride Centre do not represent the views of the organisation Victorian Pride Centre

If you have any questions or require further information, please email us on: comms@pridecentre.org.au

Featured image: Impossible Dance exhibition launch (photo credit: Phil Soliman)