Call for Applications – Scholarship Grant for Myanmar Photographers

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Call for Applications – IPA Scholarship Grant for Myanmar Photographers

Call for Applications – IPA Scholarship Grant for Myanmar Photographers

We are offering 1 IPA Scholarship Grant to a young Myanmar photographer to participate in the IPA PHOTO+ Workshop MYANMAR | 12–16th November 2014, with fees waived.

The awarded scholarship grant includes workshop fees only, and does not include travel, accommodation and other costs incurred by the awarded recipient. Application is open to young, local photographers in Myanmar only. The grant is awarded based on the merits of the application and potential of the applicant’s work, at the sole discretion of IPA.

The Workshop is also open for Public Registration. Limited Spots available.


To apply for this IPA Scholarship Grant, please follow the instructions below.
Send an email to [email protected] with the subject header:
IPA MYANMAR GRANT NOVEMBER 2014 APPLICATION, along with the following information:
  1. Name:
  2. Nationality/Country of Residence:
  3. Age:
  4. Website or Online Portfolio:
  5. Biography:
  6. Tell us why you should be awarded the Grant:
  7. Please submit a portfolio of 5 selected images along with your grant application.



This workshop is produced by Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) in partnership with Myanmar Deitta.

Alumni of IPA Scholarship Grant Recipients include:
  1. Aik Beng Chia, Singapore
  2. Alan Lee, Singapore
  3. Angelo Gian De Mesa, Philippines
  4. Aji Susanto Aom, Indonesia
  5. Bart Manoguid, Philippines
  6. Ben Tay, Singapore
  7. Chio Gonzalez, Philippines
  8. Christine A. Chung, Philippines
  9. Clarissa Pranata, Indonesia
  10. Coung Do Manh, Vietnam
  11. Hà Mai, Vietnam
  12. Hannah Reyes, Philippines
  13. Harold Alambra, Philippines
  14. Jack Yu Kit Ng, Hong Kong
  15. Judith Tong, Singapore
  16. Juliana Tan, Singapore
  17. Khant Khant Kyaw, Myanmar/Singapore
  18. Kelvin Ah Kian, Malaysia
  19. Le Bich, Vietnam
  20. Lin Tik Chi, Hong Kong
  21. Mariel V Mok, Singapore
  22. Nats Manuel, Philippines/Singapore
  23. Ong Shao Rong, Singapore
  24. Pannita Mitpakdee, Thailand
  25. Pauline Nikka Corsino, Philippines
  26. Philip Ho, Singapore
  27. Peera Vorapreechapanich, Thailand
  28. Phan Tuấn Khanh, Vietnam
  29. Rickket Tran, Vietnam
  30. Ridzki Noviansyah, Indonesia
  31. Saifuddin Jalil, Singapore
  32. Sai Kong Kham, Myanmar
  33. Seah Wei Chuan, Singapore
  34. Theerapat Sumranmak, Thailand
  35. Xuân Cảnh, Vietnam
  36. Yamin Oo, Myanmar
  37. Zeng Liwei, Singapore
  38. Zinkie Aw, Singapore

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