The Singapore International Photography Festival will be back next year and I’m so excited! It’s one of the largest showcase of photography in Singapore (or the region) and if you missed it, the next installation promises to be bigger and better!
The open call for exhibition submissions started today and is meant to showcase both established and emerging photographers. There are two categories that you should be aware of: the open category where there is no fixed theme and the theme-based category. The theme is Human:Nature and artists are welcome to interpret this.
For emerging photographers from Southeast Asia, the workshop and portfolio review will be held once again. I was a participant last year and learnt a lot from it. And I made friends with some of the coolest bunch of people on Earth. More details can be found here.
As a volunteer-run event, the festival requires as many hands as possible. If you are dedicated and willing to work for a good cause, please do not hesitate to render your services. Enquire here.
The open call ends on March 30, 2010. Note that there would be a charge this time for the submissions in order to sieve out people who are really interested.