Currently holds a degree in Art History and French from the University of Melbourne. Dreams of a mandatory arts education programme for the masses. Has an affinity to Minimalism and International Yves Klein Blue. Loves cats.
If Singapore's art scene isn't enough to satiate your cultural cravings, perhaps it is time to look beyond our shores to some of the best destination museums in Asia. (WARNING this article will induce serious wanderlust)
Get some tips from Singapore Art Museum's latest photography exhibition to try out some completely mind-bending photo manipulations for your next selfie. Note: this isn't your regular Valenica or X-pro filter.
Everyone remembers that iconic giant blow-up bunny, Walter, guarding the entrance of the Singapore Art Museum with his pensive, yet surprisingly evocative presence. Now Dawn Ng, the brainchild behind WALTER and various other works such as BlackOut 2009’s I fly like paper get high like planes, is back once again – this time, to show…
20 By Two – Fashion Beyond Borders. Presented by FashionSpace and Tongue in Chic, two major advocators of budding local designers, 20 By Two is the product of a cross-cultural fashion exchange between Singapore and Malaysia, blending fashion, art and technology.
Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Halia Restaurant at the Ginger Garden in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore Cultural Medallion for visual arts awardee and water-colourist, Ong Kim Seng, as well as a handful of his students have been invited to exhibit a range of works at Villa Halia from the 30th August to 16th September.