Wednesday, April 09, 2003
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As a member of the Art Galleries Assocation (AGA) of Singapore, STPI is taking part in this year's exciting New Finds exhibition - a showcase of outstanding young artists selected by the leading galleries of Singapore. STPI has selected Eric Chan for this exhibition. We hope you will take the opportunity to visit the exhibition and view his most recent paintings, all of which are available for purchase.
If you require further information about the artist, please do contact us at 6336 3663.
Singapore Tyler Print Institute
41 Robertson Quay
NEW FINDS 2003
Art Galleries Festival - To Celebrate the Works of Singapore Talents
Organized by Art Galleries Association (Singapore)
Exhibition Dates 11 - 20 April 2003
MITA Building 140 Hill Street
Participating Galleries / Represented Artist(s)
Art 2 / Devaki
Artfolio / Shirley Wu, Miguel Chew
Art Forum / Yeo Shih Yun
Art Seasons / Leo Ong, Justin Ng
Galerie Belvedere / Ang Poh Chin
NAFA / Tan Chwee Seng, Sim Kok Huoy / Chng Keng Beng
Orchard Gallery / Ling Yang Chiang
Plum Blossoms / Pam Wan, Shahira Bin Sapade
SooBin Art Gallery / Yat Ming Chan
STPI / Eric Chan
Wetterling Teo Gallery / Ardi Bin Abdullah, Grace Tan, Vincent Twardzik Ching
BA GRADUATING EXHIBITION 2003
Bachelor of Arts with Diploma in Education
National Institute of Education / Nanyang Technological University
The National Institute of Education is an institute that prepares equips the teaching force with individuals who are trained in many areas of specialities. One of its programs includes the Bachelor of Arts with Diploma in Education and one of the subjects offered is the Visual Arts. This is in hope to provide the education market with Art Educators who are well-versed in their area of expertise.
This year, the graduating batch from this program will be curating and exhibiting in the THE BA GRADED SHOW 2003. The students featured are: Nicola Choo, Tricia Goh, Edmund Heng, Heryanty Mohamed Yahaya, Maziyan Abdullah, Nur Fazelinda M.Noor, Tang Huijing and Sabryna Tay.
The details of the Graduation Show 2003 are as stated below:
Official Opening: 7th April 2003, 1.30 pm
Venue: The Art Gallery, National Institute of Education / Nanyang Technological University
The show will run from the 7th of April 2003 to the 21st April 2003 and the gallery will be opened from weekdays - 10am to 5pm, Saturdays 10am to 1pm, closed on Sundays and public holidays.
BA Yr 4
Sunday, April 06, 2003
read the small print
You are cordially invited to the opening preview and reception of the annual show of the Printmaking Society (Singapore)
Participating artists: Ernest Chan, Cristene Chang, Chen Cheng Mei, Chng Seok Tin, Erzan Adam, Esther Ng,
Foo Kwee Horng, Heleston Chew, Ho E Moi, Justin Lee, Lim Bee Ling, Lim Choon Jin, Marissa Keller,
Miguel Chew, Miyuki Chida, Poh Ju Yong, Poh Kwee Choo, She Liyin, Kelvin Tan and Tay Choon Wei
Guest of Honour: Mr Leong Weng Kee,
General Manager, Singapore Tyler Print Institute
Wednesday 9th April 2003 7.30 pm
Utterly Art Exhibition Space
208 South Bridge Road 2nd Level, Singapore 058757
Tel: 6226 2605 E-mail: email@example.com
Mon-Sat 11.30 am - 8 pm Sun 12 noon - 5.30 pm
The exhibition runs through to Sunday 20th April 2003.
We are closed on Good Friday, 18th April 2003.
For its annual exhibition of 2003, the Printmaking Society (Singapore) presents Read the Small Print, featuring 20 of its members' works that are confined to a dimension of 15cm by 15cm, which is an international size for small prints. This will pose a technical challenge to their skill in the various print techniques, especially to the many who are used to producing larger pieces of work.
While it is already unnerving to face a large blank piece of paper, a smaller one leaves little space for artists to translate their thoughts adequately. Hence, the question posed to participating printmakers is: Does size matter? In this exhibition, you will find many creative and wonderful ideas that will wow its visitors BIG time!
Remember, it's WEDNESDAY this time folks, see you at MITA for New Finds, and Atelier J. Lacroix on 24 Ann Siang Rd on Thursday!