This exhibition showcases the winning works of residents of Sheares Hall in our annual Intra-Hall Photography Competition, organised by the Sheares Hall Photographic Committee. This year’s entries were shot to the theme, Secrets. Participants were presented with the challenge of capturing and portraying intrigue and mystery in what is unseen, unheard and unspoken in everyday life. Judged on creativity, composition and relevance, the competition bought out the best of our photographers in depicting what would otherwise be concealed.
The exhibition period is until 14 March.
Tam Tze Siang
Sheares Hall Photocomm 10/11 proudly presents the winning entries of our annual photography competition.
This year, Shearites were asked to capture photos that depict the theme of Black and White. While deceptively straightforward, this year’s competition challenged Shearites to make the most daring and innovative of interpretations through their photographs. Open and thought-provoking, these interpretations ranged from dichotomies to animals to artistic play with light. This exhibition aims to showcase the talent of our photographers, both in their technique as well as their ability to capture and justify the theme according to what it means to them.
The exhibition will be held at ArtsBuzz from 10 to 21 March.
We would like to extend our thanks to all participants and Exxon Mobil for their support of this event.
The Sheares Hall Photography Competition is an annual event organised for the hall residents of Sheares Hall by the Sheares PhotoComm. This competition is part of our many hall activities to create memories for Sheares Hall and foster a fun learning environment for every budding photographer.
Our theme this year, “Seize the Moment”, challenges people to venture forth and capture those beautiful and fleeting moments in our life. Once a moment in time passes, we can never get it back again. Time’s temporal nature makes us appreciate how precious each moment is.
We hope that these selected entries inspire you as much as they have inspired us.
The exhibition is ongoing at Central Library till March 24 2009.