21st July 2011, 04:10 PM
Life in action photography competition & guided tours
Presented by the National Museum of Singapore, In conjunction with photography exhibition Abbas, 45 Years in Photography
In collaboration with Objectifs
Competition closes Aug 31, 2011
Tell us your story through images and stand to win a Leica camera worth $1,450. The Life in Action photography competition wants you to chronicle Singapore – its people, events and issues.
Whether as a simple still image or a photo essay, share your slice of life with us. From a tender moment taken at the birth of your first child, to a shot of a football team celebrating their victorious win or a documentation of an old playground where you roamed as a child to the beautiful scene captured at a park - tell us what’s important to you today. See e-flyer below for the prizes!
For competition details and to submit your entries, visit: http://www.nationalmuseum.sg/lifeinaction
FREE GUIDED TOURS
As part of the Life in Action Photography Competition, we have organised special guided tours of the Abbas - 45 Years of Photography exhibition. The tours will be led by established local documentary photographers and founders of Platform, Ernest Goh and Tay Kay Chin.
Tour dates are as follows:
Fri 22 July, 7pm
Wed 27 July, 330pm
Fri 29 July, 7pm
Sat 30 July, 11am
Wed 3 Aug, 330pm
Fri 12 Aug, 7pm
Sat 13 Aug, 11am
Wed 17 Aug, 330pm
Sat 20 Aug, 11am
Sat 27 Aug, 11am
Tours are free but pre-registration is required and you will need to pay for the exhibition admission charge. Please pre-register by emailing email@example.com or calling 6293 9782. Each tour is capped at 20 participants. Limited spaces, sign up soon, especially for the Friday sessions (the museum is extending its gallery hours just for the tours - so it will almost be like your "Night in the museum" with a private tour!)
You will have to pay an exhibition admission charge of $5. Admission is free for students. Tickets for this exhibition are available at: http://************/3rw5cc3. You can also buy tickets at the museum itself.
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