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SIFF Films and Talks

  The SIPF film series gives an insight to the creative processes and working methods of contemporary photographers. Documentary footage of photographers at work will reveal how they interact with their subject matter. Interviews with the photographers will shed light on their concepts and thought processes as they go from the production to final presentation of their work in exhibitions or publications. There will be a discussion session after screening with film curator Ho Hui May on selected screening dates. To find out more, go to sipf.sg/web/sipf-2010/film-screenings/ .Screening Details: Venue: Video Room at 8Q, Singapore Art Museum Ticket Sales: $12 per ticket Limited Seats: 60pax   What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann Sally Mann came into prominence in the early 1990s with Immediate Family, a series of intimate black and white photographs of her young children, and the controversy that follows their publication. This documentary by Steve Cantor shows footage of Mann when she was photographing Immediate Family, and trails her artistic explorations through the 1990s to early 2000s, capturing the strength of Mann’s personality and her relationship with her family. Producer: Zeitgeist Films Running Time: 80 mins Screening 1: 24 Oct, Time: 3pm – 4.30pm* Register here Screening 2: 5 Nov, Time: 8pm – 9.30pm Register here * Ends with a commentary discussion    Industry Talks! Practical inputs from professionals give you insight on the operation and trends in the industry. Get an insight on how to succeed in a rapidly changing, and increasingly competitive business. Beyond the Norm: Underwater Fashion Photography In this competitive industry, how does one innovate to stand above the rest? Can a passion for your photography means a head start in success? In this talk, Aaron Wong will share about his passion for underwater photography and the process of expanding his photography in different fields including the close door fashion industry. Speaker: Aaron Wong Date: Sat 23 October 2010, 4pm Venue: 2902 Gallery, Workshop Room Limited to 40 pax Free Admission with registration On Being a Professional Photographer Jimmy Fok is no stranger to most advertising creatives who flip through the pages of Lürzer’s Archive regularly, or those of many international advertising journals. Having been in the photography industry for more than 10 years, he has worked with many top advertising agencies and art directors across the region. Jimmy will talk about the challenges in advertising industries and how one copes and thrives with the ever increasing demands of art directors and clients. This will be an engaging and helpful session for those who are considering this profession, as well as newbies in the industry. Speaker: Jimmy Fok Date: Sat 30 October 2010, 2pm Venue: 2902 Gallery, Workshop Room Limited to 40 pax Free Admission with registration   SIPF Exhibition Venues A photography feast of over 600 works from more than 50 photographers from all over the world. Opening soon in October! The Arts House Esplanade Xchange Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts National Museum of Singapore 2902 Gallery The Gallery, Old School The Photographic Society of Singapore Singapore Management University Singapore Art Museum Singapore Art Museum at 8Q          

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Temasek Foundation Cares-CareNights calling for Volunteers

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 17-04-2017


Temasek Foundation Cares-CareNights@Morning Star. CareNights is a pilot programme launched in May 2016 . The programme accepts children aged 6-14 years,  and runs Monday to Friday from 6pm to 10 pm.

It is aimed at supporting :

-           parents engaged in shift work/skills upgrading or need to get a second job at night to make ends meet;

-           single parents in great need of caregiving respite or who are attending night school

-          families in transition, such as those undergoing divorce, attending to critically ill family members or similar crises

We are currently looking for dedicated volunteers who would like to volunteer at our centres

If you need more information, please call 6285 1377 (Jaanani) or email jaanani@morningstar.org.sg

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