Saturday, November 01, 2003
The Public Art Library is currently working on an online survey and would appreciate if you can take the time to fill in the survey for us.
We would appreciate your response and it would help us very much with our project.
The Artists Village http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?id=44456
Public Art Library
by The Artists Village at the Singapore Art Museum
A first of its kind in Singapore! At the Public Art Library, you get to
borrow artworks created by local artists including works in various media
such as painting, print, sculpture and installation. Yes, you will actually
be able to borrow these pieces of original artworks by members of The
Artists Village and participating artists for display at home! The Public
Art Library aims to promote greater art appreciation among the public and
to encourage art collecting. It also creates regular opportunities for
members of the public to meet artists, find out more about their works and
art practices, or simply to have a chat with them. Be sure to check out the
Public Art Library at SAM!
LIBRARY · Opening hours : 11.00am-4.00pm on the 1st and 3rd weekend of
Oct: 4-5 & 18-19, Nov: 1-2 &15-16, Dec: 6-7 & 20-21 (Sat - Sun).
Registration for Public Art Library membership is at $50 a year. Please
come in person for the registration, bringing along two passport size
photographs and your IC or passport.
If you need any info on PAL – Public Art Library at Singapore Art Museum, please contact us.
(on behalf on TAV’s organizing team for PAL)
Coming Event: "Nature- An Inner Discovery"
Date: 7th-16th November 2003
Venue: Chateau d'Arts
For details on this group exhibition, please goto http://pachome1.pacific.net.sg/~samanthachoo/invitation.htm
"Dew-eleven" is the name of a group of eleven female artists from Singapore, Moscow, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia. They are a culturally diverse group of ladies sharing a common passion for painting and strong friendships. Their talents are combined in this exhibition with the theme entitled "NATURE - An Inner Discovery". There will be about 30 pieces of semi-abstract artworks on exhibition.
Thursday, October 30, 2003
You are cordially invited to the
opening preview and reception of
the fruition of 8 months of artistic development
Geraldine Schubert . Sarbani Bhattacharya . Ann Healy
Koh Tien Gui . Paul Chay . Lara Pang
Thursday 30th Oct 2003 7 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 till Sunday 9th Nov 2003.
An artwork, like a person, can evolve and develop its character or personality. It is a long developmental process that goes beyond the colours of paint on a canvas. More than the material that creates its form, each piece also contains many layers of thought and preparation. Like many things in our lives, our eyes see only the finished product, but not the painstaking process that it goes through before its completion, involving sources of inspiration, sketches and preliminary studies, working and experimenting with materials and development of the final work.
Anticipations and Realizations were conceived as a series of exhibitions in two parts to allow audiences a rare ‘backstage’ look in the creation and conception of an artwork. The first part Anticipations was held on the 27th of February 2003, at Utterly Art Exhibition Space for five days and displayed the drawings and initial sketches and ideas of six local and resident artists to give insight into the creative artistic process. Now eight months later, Realizations exhibits the finished work of Geraldine Schubert, Sarbani Bhattacharya, Paul Chay, Ann Healey, Koh Tien Gui and Lara Pang alongside some of their preliminary ideas, and it is hoped that members of the public will be able to appreciate the long hard road from conception of an artwork to its fruition.
We only have the email invitation this time round folks! Do pass the word around and see u at the opening party!