Seminars / Events / Overseas Trips

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PhotoVivo organises photography seminars by reputable photographers to further the interest of promoting photography. One of its popular series include “An evening with…”. This series of seminars saw renowned photographers like Lucilla Phelps (UK), John Isaac (USA), Nicolas Berlingieri (Argentina) etc giving inspiring seminars.

Seminars are open to public.
More details of the Seminars can be found in the below link


PhotoVivo organises overseas photography trips to exotic shooting locations like Tibet, rural parts of scenic China, Myanmar, Thailand, Bali etc.
These trips are open to anyone keen in photography.
More details of the Overseas Photography Tour can be found in the below link

Chiangmai, Thailand.


PhotoVivo organises numerous photography competitions, notably the annual SINGAPORE MY HOME photography competition which is held in conjunction with National Day Parade in Singapore.
More about the competitions can be found in


“Enchantment of the Sea” Photography Exhibition raised more than S$100,000 for the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped.”

22nd to 24th Feb 2008 saw the success of Margaret Pang’s fund raising photography exhibition at the atrium of Paragon Shopping Centre in aid of the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped. The exhibition successfully raised more than replica tag heuer S$100,000 through the sale of the photographs, book and greeting cards. The exhibition is organised by and Merlin Frame Maker & Gallery.

Exhibition panels sponsored by Nikon Singapore Pte Ltd

Exhibition is launched by Guest of Honour, Mrs Yu-Foo Yee Shoon (centre), Minister of State, Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports, in the presence of Guest Speaker, His Excellency Mr Marc Calcoen (left), the Ambassador of Belgium and exhibitor Margaret Pang (right)

His Excellency trying out the underwater camera

Viewing of exhibits

The turnout of the launch saw the presence of 18 Ambassadors, High Commissioners, and prominent local and foreign businessmen who came to show their support

Margaret autographing the books on sale