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Montage 2017 Photography Festival: Submit A Winning Photo Entry Now & Attend Workshops To Hone Your Skills From 8 – 11 June

Immerse yourself in the world of photography with Montage 2017, an annual festival that is proudly presented to you by The Photographic Society of NUS (NUSPS). This nation-wide event comprises of a competition, various interactive workshops and an exhibition of the winning works.

The theme for this year’s competition is Transformation, following the quote: “change is the only constant”. If you would like to share your story, you may submit your entry from now to 28 May 2017 and stand a chance at winning the grand prize worth S$2006.

Apart from the competition, you can participate in interactive workshops including “Transform Your Passion”, and hear from reputable guest speakers including Geoff Ang, Joseph Mak, Alvin Foo and Willy Foo.

This dialogue session aims to provide valuable insight with advice from industry professionals. Don’t miss out on this perfect opportunity to clarify your photography doubts.

The winning entries for Montage 2017 competition will be featured in an exhibition at Woodlands Regional Library from 8 June 2017 to 11 June 2017, alongside the works of distinguished Singapore photographers.

As Canon is the main sponsor of the event, you will have the opportunity to try out its new products in the interactive area of the exhibition.

You can take heart in the fact that amateurs and veterans alike are welcomed at this festival. Mark the dates in your calendar and look forward to the exciting events in store for you this June 2017!

Dates and Times: 8 June 2017 – 11 June 2017, Timing differs for events

Prices: Free

MONTAGE 2017 Photography Festival: Website | Facebook


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Sherryl Cheong

"My dream is to walk around the world. A smallish backpack, all essentials neatly in place. A camera. A notebook. A traveling paint set. A hat. Good shoes. A nice pleated skirt for the occasional seaside hotel afternoon dance." — Maira Kalman

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