Soul to Soul FestivalThe Singapore History Museum is organising the inaugural South To Soul Festival in November.
The Festival that seeks to stimulate youth (15-29 years old) to reflect upon issues of local heritage, identity and culture, using contemporary medium of film, design and photography.
Through three time-limiting challenges, participants will be asked to create original film, design and photography, using Singapore history and culture as a resource and an inspiration. The three challenges will culminate in a finale exhibition on 15 December where selected works from all these challenges will be assembled and unveiled as an installation artwork by Brian Gothong Tan.
SPOT AND SHOOT PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE
- The deadline has been extended to 7 November. The Spot & Shoot Challenge will be held on 12-13 Nov.
- Registration deadline: 1 November 2005
- For youth 15-29 years old only.
- Tel: 6332 email@example.com
Participants will also receive a crash course on this challenge by Francis Ng, the first Singaporean to win the grand prize of the Philip Morris Group of Companies Asean Art Awards in 2002 and represented Singapore at the 50th Venice Biennale in 2002.