Friday, April 09, 2004
Visual Arts Apr - Jun 04
For those of you expecting to see the wearing of clothes designed for the opposite sex… this is much better! The theme for this quarter’s visual arts puts the spotlight on the ‘crossovers’ of different art forms - the disguise or dressing that ideas take and the complex approach to life that contemporary art is taking.
Thursday, April 08, 2004
Studio 19 will be conducting Sunday Drawing Class at our studio. Hope you guys will be interested to join us every Sunday. Please forward this to those who you think might be interested. Your support will be kindly appreciated. Thanks
Everything is drawing - Joseph Beuys
On every Sunday afternoon, Studio 19 will conduct a drawing session for artists coming from any discipline, form or faculty.
It is not an instructional class but a session implemented for the gregarious meeting of like-minded artists for an afternoon of creativity and interaction. It is also for other artists who are unfamiliar in drawing to participate in this elementary practice. Every week there will be a model posing nude for the class.
$80.00 net fee for 1 month ( 4 sessions )
- model fees
Time: 3 pm to 6 pm
Place: Studio 19
19 Tay Lian Teck Drive
STPI Public Lecture Series
"Going, going, gone - Collecting Today"
A talk by Mr. John Tancock
Senior Vice President and Senior Specialist of Impressionist and Modern Art
Sotheby's New York
Date: 10 April 2004 Saturday
Venue: STPI Gallery
Mr. Tancock, senior vice president and director of Scholarship and Research, has been director of both the Contemporary Art and Impressionist and Modern Art Departments. He joined Sotheby’s in 1973. Mr. Tancock was responsible for cataloguing the paintings from the Robert C. Scull Collection, the first major event in the development of the market for Contemporary art at auction. He also played a major role in the sales of van Gogh’s Irises (1987), which sold for the then record of $53.9 million, and Pierre-August Renoir’s Au Moulin de la Galette (1990) which brought $78.1 million, the second-most expensive painting ever sold at auction.
Wednesday, April 07, 2004
UTTERLY ART welcomes you to its booth (A14) at
ARTSingapore 2004 The Contemporary Asian Art Fair
Feel the impact of Asian Pop Art at Utterly Art Booth with new work by
JUSTIN LEE . KIKO ESCORA . SONNY LIEW
JASON WEE . DONALD-ERIC LIM
and catch familiar favourites by
TRINA POON . LOH CHOI YING . DESMOND SIM . CHNG SEOK TIN . LIM SOO NGEE
TAY BEE AYE . LOH JAHAN . MARTIN LOH . MARIANO CHING
THURSDAY 8th APRIL 6-8pm
SUNTEC Convention Centre Level 3 Concourse
Limited invitation cards to opening available at
Utterly Art Exhibition Space 208 South Bridge Rd 2nd Level
Tel: 9487 2006
ARTSingapore 2004 is open to the public from
FRI-SUN 11am-8pm MON 12 APR 11am-5pm
ARTTalks on 9,10,11 APR at 3,4,5 pm daily Room 301
Admission is free
Tuesday, April 06, 2004
You are cordially invited to the opening of
"Bali on My Mind"
SG Private Banking Gallery,
Alliance Francaise de Singapour
7th April 2004, Wednesday, @ 7:00pm
"Bali On My Mind" is an exhibit of 16 extraordinary black & white drawings by Harijadi, a painstaking realist whose works bring the art of pen and ink drawing to a very fine level. He started studying black & white drawings in 1990.
This collection has been gathered for the past 5 years (1999 - 2004) by a private collector who believes that Harijadi deserves better recognition among art-enthusiasts, especially those residing outside Bali.
This exhibition is a tribute to Harijadi.
Operating hours: 11:00am-6:30pm daily; 12:00pm-5:00pm on Sunday and Public Holiday
Exhibition continues till 13th April 2004.
Alliance Francaise de Singapour
1 Sarkies Road, Singapore 258130
(Nearest MRT Station, Newton. Take Exit A)
Monday, April 05, 2004
alpha 3.8: translocation commissioned by Gallery 9/Walker Art Centre
through a grant from Jerome Foundation
Welcome to the alpha 3.8 Bulletin. This is a regular, free, email bulletin
to inform you of the translocation of the tsunamii.net website, new
additions to the site, news and
writings related to the alpha 3.8 project. The bulletin is distributed
every time the site is being translocated.
# NEW: webserver Location
The tsunamii.net website was translocated on the 1 April 2004. It is hosted on a web server in Ontario, Canada after Los Angeles, CA, USA. www.tsunamii.net
# This translocation's server is sponsored by
#NEW: Plot a Traceroute
Find out your "net" path from your terminal to the tsunamii.net website. (Thank Globelinks for letting us use the CGI-script feature in your server!)
GOTO: alpha 3.8: dedicated Traceroute.
Plot + draw and find out... http://www.tsunamii.net/cgi-bin/tracecgi.exe
#NEW: tsunamii.net will be attending PATHIHARN ELECTRON [SUPERNATURAL]
CHIANG MAI, THAILAND
#Wanna discuss more on the alpha 3.8: translocation forum?Or discuss local
situations / recommend servers / imagine countries.
We have updated the forum since not much action has been on this forum, we
made it one of the sub-categories.
Meanwhile, we are opening the space for people to start their own discussions.
Interesting links 'relating' to translocation ideas/internet phenomenons:
#: A new work by Exonemo called "Natural Process" http://exonemo.com/NP/indexE.html
#: Website thief? Grabbing an entire website to host as your own? http://www.silicon.com/networks/webwatch/0,39024667,39119015,00.htm
Related Links for alpha 3.8:
Translocation : alpha 3.8 - http://www.fragnetics.com/articles/alpha38
Walker Arts Center : http://www.walkerart.org/gallery9 Server Suicide :
alpha 3.5 Crush -