Saturday, May 01, 2004
LASALLE-SIA, College of the Arts
at Studio 106, 106, Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427833
Tuesday, 4 May 2004, 6 pm.
Willie Koh, Singapore
Nindityo Adipurnomo, Indonesia
Tang Ling Nah, Singapore
GROUNDWORK IV: Small Packages
An exhibition showcasing selected group projects by students from the Art History (Asian Art) and Drawing Modules of Foundation Studies (2003¨C4)
30 Apr 2004
6.00pm Arrival of Guests
6.30pm Address by Exhibition Co-Curator
Mr Jeffrey Say
Lecturer in Art History
6.35pm Address by Guest of Honour
Mr Richard Berry FGSM
Vice President, Academic Affairs & Quality Assurance
6.40pm Viewing of Exhibition
Foundation Drawing Studios (2FA102 & 103)
LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts
3¨C14 May 2004
The Embassy of Mexico and Sculpture Square cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition entitled "Eurydice and Sculptures", works by Mexican Artist Luis Palacios Kaim.
date: Thursday, 6 May 2004
venue: Sculpture Square
H.E. Andres Carral, Ambassador of Mexico to Singapore, will officially open the exhibition.
155 Middle Road
Tel: (65) 6333 1055
Fax: (65) 6333 1655
Sculpture Square and Artists Village present
THE PUBLIC ART LIBRARY @SCULPTURE SQUARE
The Public Art Library, originally hosted at SAM, has found a NEW HOME at Sculpture Square. The move will be commemorated with a tandem launch together with the Artists Village Book Project on the 30th of April at Sculpture Square.
The Public Art Library at Sculpture Square is a unique project developed to promote art appreciation amongst the general public and art collectors. The concept of the art library functions like any public library, with works available to be borrowed and returned. Members of the library are also given the opportunity to meet up with the creators of their favourite pieces and to attend workshops run by participating artists. From 30th April onwards, the Public Art Library’s substantial art collection and the new artists’ books will be housed in Sculpture Square’s charming, recently conserved premises.
Now, in an effort to expand the library’s collection and give members a greater variety of choice, The Artists Village conceived the “Book Project”, where each artist was given a book consisting of thirty A4 pages and asked to write, draw, paint or do anything within it. The book was then returned to the Public Art Library after a period of six months and entered into the collection circulation for a year, thus giving the public - especially bookworms, bookmakers and book-lovers, the unique opportunity to see and appreciate the artist's book.
This April 30th at 6.30 p.m., Sculpture Square and The Artists’ Village will be organising a joint launch of the Public Art Library and the “Book Project”. The books will be on view during the opening, with a special performance by Sunseeker at 7 p.m.
Launch: 30th April 2004, 6.30pm
light refreshments are provided
Exhibition Dates: 1st May - 9th May 2004 (open to public)
Exhibition: 11am to 6pm (Mon - Sun, excluding Public Holiday)
Public Art Library: Wed 10am - 4pm
(After the exhibition) Sat 11am - 5pm
Location: The Lower Gallery
155 Middle Road
Public Art Library rates
Membership scheme Fees /annum No of works that can be borrowed
Individual $100 1 ($100 per additional piece)
Schools / Institutions $200 1 ($200 per additional piece)
Corporations $300 1 ($300 per additional piece)
For more details please email or call Donna at Sculpture Square.
Sculpture Square is a non-profit organization dedicated to the active support of 3-dimensional and contemporary art.
155 Middle Road
tel: 6333 1055
fax: 6333 1655
Tuesday, April 27, 2004