Parting Glances: Singapore’s Evolving Spaces Exhibition at National Library Building

Parting Glances: Singapore’s Evolving Spaces Photo exhibition will be held at level 7 National Library Building at 100 Victoria Street, from 25 July to 31 August 2013. It features 6 different neighbourhoods namely, Seletar Camp, Lorong Buangkok, Macpherson, People’s Park Chinatown, Queentown and Pulau Ubin.

Many things and buildings have to make way for redevelopment purposes. It is difficult to part them and its rich history. With an 
aim to capture and preserve history as it is unfolding, Parting Glances brings Singapore’s delicate balancing act of forging the future while preserving the past to centre stage through these 24 photos and the accompanying launch of a hardcover book with the same title.

Do visit the exhibition soon. For more details, please visit http://golibrary.nlb.gov.sg/Exhibitions/48672/Parting_Glances__SIngapore_s_Evolving_Spaces.aspx

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Get A Grip, Singapore with Canon Powershot N!

How many times have you seen your friend post a similar photo of a latte from the café they are visiting? Or, the cat they are looking at on their void deck? This list goes on… For the same or similar photos

Now is your opportunity to take a Pledge against such same same photos and be a part of the Get A Grip movement. The first 500 people to pledge will get a free t-shirt!

By visiting the site – getagrip.sg – you can use the “Creative Mode” to freshen up your photos on Facebook in the click of a button, you can you can tag your friends who are guilty of always posting boring photos – like the one who always posts latte art – and, you can showcase your best photos to prove you have a grip on your pics!  Look at the differences between the 2 photos!

Original Picture

 

Creative Mode

More importantly, Canon’s giving away the ultimate tool to help Singaporeans Get a Grip on their photos – the new Canon PowerShot N camera! Each week one camera is up for grabs for people who have taken part in the movement.

Advertisement: I Was There Campaign with Samsung Galaxy Camera

I Was There Campaign with Samsung Galaxy Camera

I WAS THERE campaign is set to socialize the benefits of Samsung GALAXY Camera by sharing unique experiences instantly based on Singaporeans’ passion points – Eat, Shop, Travel and Music.

Be a part of the immersive, authentic and exclusive experience by capturing every moment with the Samsung GALAXY camera and creating your own visual diary which you can share with everyone! It’s truly an experience like no other!


Additionally, fans can stand a chance to win one of the two Samsung GALAXY Cameras by liking, sharing and commenting on exclusive photos at the Capture Desmond Tan Event Gallery! Desmond Tan (with his famous role – Luo Xiao Xiao in Xing Zhou Zhi Ye or A Song to Remember) is one of Mediacorp Singapore Artistes.

For more information visit: www.iwasthere.sg

Contest: Come and Spot NECDC Photo Contest!

Do you live in the North East District, which comprises of Tampines, Aljunied and Pasir-Ris Punggol GRC, and Hougang and Punggol East SMC? 

NECDC logo

If you spot any items with our North East Community Development Council logo (shown above), address or web address; simply snap a picture of it and post it on our Facebook page with the title #SpotNECDC to qualify! 

You will stand a chance to be one of 20 lucky winners to each win $50 CapitaLand Voucher! 

Visit http://www.facebook.com/NECDC for more details!

Advertisement: NECDC National Day Cover Photo Contest

North East CDC will be launching a National Day Cover Photo Contest to mark our Nation’s 47th Birthday!

We invite talented designers and aspiring photographers to showcase their best National Day Cover Photo designs, and stand to win attractive prizes, including 2 NDP tickets and total cash voucher worth $600!

Terms & conditions applies. Visit its facebook page for more details!

Closing Date: 3 August 2012

OneAsia Festival from 10-11 Dec 2011 at Suntec Hall 402 in Singapore

Image taken from One Asia Festival Facebook page

OneAsia Festival 2011 will be on 10-11 December, at Hall 402 in the Suntec Convention Centre from 10am to 8pm.

Free entry to the event. However, some of the seminars need to purchase ticket. There will be quite a lot of interesting activities and photo quest for people to take part it. For more details, please visit http://www.oneasiafest.com