Month Of Photography Asia 2009


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Hi all, just would like to add. There a couple of interesting public programmes under the festival, its free for all except one. Hope to see you at the events!
Thank you all!
 

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About Engaging Asia
For 2009, the festival presents various exhibitions based on the theme of Engaging Asia. Each of these exhibitions reflects how photographers have engaged with the concept of Asia, not merely as a geographical entity but also in terms of identity, culture, politics as well as social issues. Asia is not the monolithic bloc that it is sometimes made out to be. Asia, in its sheer diversity, is a heterogeneous intersection of identities, cultures and politics. Photographers from the west and the east have often attempted to capture the many facets that make up Asia, often creating a photographic discourse on the diversity that is Asia. The Festival exhibitions reflect these multiple discourses about Asia.
 

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY PUBLIC PROGRAMMES
Registration required for participation in all public programmes. Please email rsvp@phish-comms.com to register. Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Photographers’ Perspective: The Unguarded Moment – 30 Years of Asia
Asian Civilisations Museum
Saturday, 20 June, 3pm

Round Table: The Engaged Photographer – Can Photography Change the World?
By Deanna Ng, Bryan van der Beek & Bertrand Meunier
LASALLE College of the Arts
Sunday, 21 June, 2.30pm

Culture Vulture Steve McCurry: Engaging Asia Through Photography
Singapore Management University (by invitation only)
Monday, 22 June, 4pm

Photographers’ Perspective: Documenting Contemporary China - Beyond the Big Cities
By Betrand Meunier
Alliance Francaise de Singapour
Monday, 22 June, 7pm

Steve McCurry 3-day Photography Masterclass
The Pond Photography Studio
Limited to 15 people
Workshop fee: S$1,700 per person
Wednesday – Friday, 24 – 26 June, All Day

Photographers’ Perspective: Life Before Death – Journeys
By Deanna Ng
Friday, 26 June, 7.30pm
Earl Lu Gallery, Lasalle College of the Arts

Walking Tours: Life Before Death – Journeys & Out of Focus
Saturday, 27 June
Lasalle College of the Arts & SMU Gallery
Take a guided tour of the exhibitions at both locations to discover interesting insights into the works of top Singaporean woman photographer, Deanna Ng and emerging Singaporean photographers, Dyn, Jean Loo and Then Chih Wey.

For more details please check out the festival website:
http://www.mopasia.com.sg
 

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I'd like to highlight a particular event during MOP 2009 which I think is a once in a lifetime opportunity and that's the Steve Mccurry Master class workshop.

Having the opportunity to pick the brain of one of the most gifted documentary photographers in a small intimate setting is not something to be missed.

Steve Mccurry Homepage

An interview with Steve Mccurry

Hope to see some of you CSers there!
 

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Hi! Do check out our website for updates on the festival.

http://mopasia.com.sg/

Go to the "Latest Updates" section for more news such as the Epson/Steve McCurry 'The Unguarded Moment' Photo Contest held from 18-24 June 2009.
 

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Go to the "Latest Updates" section for more news such as the Epson/Steve McCurry 'The Unguarded Moment' Photo Contest held from 18-24 June 2009.
It says in the contest rules "Photographs submitted for the competition will remain the property of Epson Singapore Pte Ltd". This just means that only the hardcopy printed image becomes property of Epson Singapore Pte Ltd? They do not get a digital copy or are not allowed to scan and reproduce the image right?
 

phish

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It says in the contest rules "Photographs submitted for the competition will remain the property of Epson Singapore Pte Ltd". This just means that only the hardcopy printed image becomes property of Epson Singapore Pte Ltd? They do not get a digital copy or are not allowed to scan and reproduce the image right?

Epson will not get the digital copy because you will print your submission on the spot.
So only the hardcopy will remain the property of Epson.
 

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Our exhibition in Lasalle has been opened!
Free Admission!!

Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 12 - 7 pm
Closed Monday


The exhibition includes

Don't Move - Francoise Huguier
Life Before Death: Journeys - Deanna Ng
Insideout II - Photography by Migrant Workers
Go Home and Think - Lvl 1&2 Faculty of Fine Arts, Lasalle.
 

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our other exhibitions have opened!!!
admission is free!!

the unguarded moment, Steve McCurry
monday to thursday, saturday and sunday 9am - 7pm
friday 9am - 9pm

Changing Asia, artworks/collection from the Centre national des arts plastiques, France
monday to friday, 11am-7pm
saturday 11am-5pm
closed sunday
 

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