Congratulations to the following 3 artists for winning the 16th IPA Mentorship Grants: Ha Dao (Vietnam), Yaya Sung (Indonesia) and Igor Chekachkov (Ukraine).
The Workshop Grant, kindly sponsored by our partners Shutterspace Studios, is open to application by Filipinos who work with photography or images on social stories or campaigns.
IPA Mentorship Alumni win awards and announcing 2 Scholarship Grants for the 16th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program for young Asian and Ukrainian photographers.
A million ways to edit. One gut feel. A timelapse of 7 years of editing in Asia with Invisible Photographer Asia, workshops and mentorships since 2010.
For those working on photo projects and interested in how to go about editing and sequencing your images, we have just made available on Youtube, an introductory tutorial.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant to a young photographer in Asia for the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program commencing in February 2017.
Embrace the streets as a live dynamic studio in this intensive one-day Street Photography Workshop presented by Sony and Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA).
Chotiwat Lattapanit uses photography as therapy and images as memory bank for his children in this latest IPA Mentorship Project.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant for the 10th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program commencing in late March 2016. APPLICATION DEADLINE: SUNDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY 2016.
Katia Repina worked on I Don’t Need To Know You during the IPA Mentorship Program. This project explores the forest park of Cataluna city.
IPA is partnering with Singapore Heritage Society to offer 1 Grant to participate in the Singapore Photo Project Workshop happening from 15th – 18th January 2016.
MASS RAPID TRANSIT is a significant facility that can be used to observe and contemplate modern life and the intersection of social relations.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant for the 8th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program commencing in October 2015.
Motherhood, a most epic adventure. Somewhere only I know, by Donna Chiu was made during the IPA Mentorship Program.
Shyue Woon, the photographer and invisible protagonist, assumes the role of a conflicted private eye in a dark homage to crime noir and pulp fiction.