• Audio-Vision 2018

    Various authors, competition pictures PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE

  • Place

    Kirch­ge­mein­de­haus Room U2

  • Time

    During the opening times every full and half hour

PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE - Short and sweet

PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE is the umbrella organization for people interested in photography from all over Switzerland. There are currently 55 photo clubs and around 150 individual members.

All members are provided with newsletters and on the homepage www.photosuisse.ch about the activities of the association PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE informed. The photos and articles published by the members encourage creative photography. It also informs members extensively about the cultural activities of the Swiss photo scene.

PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE organizes annual national competitions, in color and black and white. Successful participation in the competition is a well-deserved reward for dedicated photographers. Every member of PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE receives a photo book with all the best, award-winning and accepted pictures.

The award-winning and best works from the 2017 national competition will be presented to the public in an impressive picture show at the annual Photo Münsingen.

The Derek Slattery Nature Trophy has been held every 2006 years since 2. The initiator and donor of the hiking prize is our late honorary member Derek Slattery. This competition is based on the FIAP definition of nature photography.

There is also one annually PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE-Cup. Members from all over Switzerland get to know each other on an entertaining weekend and can make contact with photo friends from all over Switzerland.

Members of PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE automatically become members of the international association FIAP (Fédération internationale de l'art photographique), to which 90 countries are affiliated. The exchange of ideas about photography with interested parties from all regions of Switzerland, but also from other countries and cultures, inspires friendships and overcomes borders.

The members of PHO­TO­SU­IS­SE support the promotion of photography in Switzerland with their contribution.