Singapore Biennale 2006
Thursday, July 17, 2003
LASALLE-SIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS
> DIVISION OF FINE ARTS
> DEPARTMENT OF DEGREE STUDIES
> STUDIO 106 ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
> We are pleased to introduce Dana Lam and Joel Seah as our resident
> artists with the Studio 106 Artist-in-Residency Programme. During
> their residency period (14 July - 14 August 2003), Dana and Joel's
> working space will be available for personal or group studio visits
> upon appointment.
> OPEN STUDIOS 5 - 10 August 2003
> 10 - 8 pm
> Studio 106
> 106 Joo Chiat Place Singapore 427833
> Tel : 6344 5925
> Dana Lam is the recipient of the Studio 106 Residency Award 2003,
> LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts. She has participated in exhibitions
> and conferences, including Women About Women 1998 and Nokia Singapore
> Art 2001, Singapore Art Museum; and New Visions and Perspectives for
> Women & Men, A Gender Agenda: Asia-Europe Dialogue, Kazusa Akademia
> Park, Chiba, Japan, 2001. Dana Lam is also a journalist, a published
> writer and held position as the immediate past President of the
> Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE). Her engagement
> in art-making is an extension of the processes of parenting and
> self-questioning. This searching first led her to Feminist knowledge
> and activism.
> Joel Seah is a recent recipient of a Shaffer Fellowship at Syracuse
> University where he is currently a Master of Fine Arts candidate in
> Printmaking. Seah was honoured with the Emerging Artist Award at the
> 2001 Magic City Arts Festival in Birmingham, Alabama and was the
> International Artist-in-Residence for 2002 at the Victorian College of
> Arts in Melbourne, Australia. His work investigates the ideas of
> identity, culture and heritage and has been exhibited at numerous
> venues including The 6th Toronto Photography Festival, Canada, The
> Cleveland Sculpture Centre, Ohio, The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts,
> Alabama, The Slidell Cultural Centre, Louisiana, The Art Centre of
> Northern New Jersey and The Bloomingdale Museum, Illinois.
> STUDIO 106
> 106 Joo Chiat Place
> Singapore 427833
> Studio 106 is a residential art studio that belongs to the estate of
> the late sculptor and Cultural Medallion recipient, Dr. Ng Eng Teng.
> LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts has adopted this space to provide an
> environment for research and practice, for local and visiting artists
> and professionals working in art-related fields.
> The Artist-in-Residency Programme enables artists to participate in
> Singapore's art community and contribute to the cultural exchange
> between local, regional and international artists. Artists will be
> actively involved in workshops, presentations and tutorials with the academic
> program conducted at the college.
> The studio consists of 2 residential studios, 3 non-residential
> studios, an indoor and outdoor exhibition space. Residency period is
> by individual proposal.
> For more information, please contact Ye Shufang, Lecturer/ Program
> Co-ordinator, Department of Degree Studies, at La Salle.
Wednesday, July 16, 2003
We are pleased to invite you to the opening reception for the Gigei exhibition at :b gallery, a new space celebrating innovations in design and contemporary culture.
From the creative underground of Tokyo & Sapporo, Gigei the art of technique emerges as a revolutionary force in contemporary design and culture. Drawn upon the country's rich heritage to pave new directions for the future. In the first exhibition of its kind in Singapore. Gigei brings together 14 of the freshest, most innovative creative minds in the graphic arts, product design, photography and new media installations.
Date: July 18, Friday
Venue: :b gallery. 287 River Valley Road.
- '"Digital Lounge" by the Nordform feat. HILO & MESHEEN http://www.nordform.org
-Drawing session with Atsushi Toyama http://www.philspace.com
Light refreshments will be served. By invitation only.
Kindly RSVP via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6734 4055 ext. 100.
Naohiro Ukawa's NO BREATH
showing at The Gallery Hotel.
Public viewing: Jul 19 - Aug 29
Daily 11am - 9pm
Executive Lounge, 4th Floor
Admission is free.
Gigei opening party at phuture
July 19, Sat
General Admission: 11pm til late
4 - hour performance by the Nordform Crew
feat. DJs Hilo & Mesheen.
Light installation and electronic music.
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
about :b gallery
a new space for furthering design and contemporary culture.
:b gallery, located in a refurbished shophouse on River Valley Road, is Singapore‚s only independent design and new media space devoted to bring innovative design from around the world for the exchange of ideas with our local designers and public.
:b gallery does not collect works of art, rather concentrates its efforts on organsing fresh, far-reaching exhibitions that will keep the gallery at the bleeding-edge of the global creative circuit. Exhibitions held on a quarterly basis, aim to reflect various vehicles for creative expression, from design and graffiti to fashion and music, paying homage to established pioneers as much as we aim to identify and promote emerging talents and newfound creative breeds.
Since its conception earlier this year, the gallery aspires to evolve as a defining focal point in Singapore's cultural life. Our uniquely crafted space defies conventions of the gallery as a white box. Instead, reflects a grassroots approach to act as an intermediary between the artist and the audience, in an unrestrictive, intimate environment which will inspire the sharing of ideas amongst our audience.
:b gallery produces high quality exhibition books for the collector in all of us. Books will at select stores worldwide. The gallery also features a handpicked selection of designs most delectable and artists‚ exclusives, including DVDs, design t-shirts and collectible toys. If you're lusting from afar, purchases may also be conveniently made through our online store.
We welcome your interest, feedback and support, and look forward to hearing from you soon.