Our Women in Business Community has connected with street-photographer Karlynne Wintels and owner of PHOTO., who offers our members and non-members an interactive photography workshop for smartphone at an amazing art gallery in Joo Chiat, followed by drinks. The workshop will focus on learning composition and how to take better photos using your smartphone. The lessons learned can be immediately applied in your every day live. For those who attended last year, you will learn many new things and have a different experience this year!
You can enjoy a glass of bubbly wine and get the opportunity to network and socialize afterwards at Picotin Katong after the workshop. Come immerse yourself in the beauty of photographic art and support our talented artists at the Joo Chiat pop-up gallery.
Although it is organised by the Women in Business community, it is most certainly also open voor men.
About the event
About Karlynne Wintels
A graduate in Photography from the School of Marketing, Advertising and Design and current managing member of the Women in Street Singapore community. Originally from the Netherlands, Karlynne has lived in Singapore for over four years.
“Here in Singapore I discovered my love for street photography, exploring my new home city with my camera. It is my passion to document daily life, to be remembered and cherished now, and in the future. Besides street photography I specialise in documentary style family photography, or ‘day in the life’ photography. Bringing candid, real life photography to family portraits as well”.
About the pop-up gallery
A new pop-up gallery is coming to Joo Chiat this May! From May 1st to May 31st, seven talented contemporary photographers will showcase their work at 310 Joo Chiat Road. Whether you’re an avid collector or just starting to appreciate the beauty of fine art photography, this is an event you wouldn’t want to miss.
Our gallery will feature a diverse range of photographic styles, including abstract, minimalist black and white, street photography, architecture, conceptual and light painting. You’ll have the chance to see works from both established, award-winning photographers and rising stars in the photographic art scene. Featured artists are Charles Wong Tze Chau, Karlynne Wintels, Tom White, Beatrice Morel, Carol Hamcke – Onstwedder, Marie Dailey and Angela Echanove.
Framed and unframed prints will be available for purchase, allowing you to bring home a stunning piece of photographic art. Prices range from 60 sgd to 1,500 sgd, with an average of 330 sgd.
** If you register for this event, you agree that any photographs or video’s made during the event could be shared for promotional reasons.