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Harvest | Architecture Talk with Dr Imran Tajudeen & Gerald Leow

Dates: Saturday, 17 March 2018
Time:2pm – 3.30pm
Venue:Singapore Art Museum Glass Hall

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Join Singaporean artist Gerald Leow, who was commissioned to create “Harvest” for the SAM Front Lawn, and Dr Imran Tajudeen, Assistant Professor at the NUS Department of Architecture, in this architecture talk at SAM!

Dr Imran will discuss the fascinating typological basis, model variations, and cultural histories of the granary form across island Southeast Asia, and Gerald will share his interest in material cultures as well as his creative process behind working with large scale sculpture. Harvest (2018) is a recently-unveiled commission for the Singapore Art Museum Front Lawn, as part of Singapore Art Week.




Singapore Art Museum Toddler Art Workshops | Elements of Art

Dates: Saturdays
  3 & 10 March 2018
Time:10.30am – 11.30am
Venue:SAM at 8Q

$35 per adult-child pair per workshop ($30 for each session with sign-ups for 6 or more classes).

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The Singapore Art Museum Toddler Art Workshops are back! In this 10-part workshop series conducted by Jelly Bean Attic, little tots between 18 months to 4 years will explore art and colours through sensory craft. Each session has a different theme, and the kids will get to take home their little creations as a keepsake!

Sensory play and process art is a great way to give kids room to be themselves and learn about the world around them. Not only is it a fun activity, it also helps brain development as they actively use all their senses to explore. By facilitating rather than instructing, the workshop allows the little ones room to discover various materials and mediums to create. It’s all about the creation process rather than the outcome.

*Each session will commence with a minimum of 4 parent-child pairs. These workshops are suitable for 18-month-olds to 4-year-olds.

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