Archive for March, 2012
Decode/Recode – LASALLE celebrated 100 Years of Alan Turing
March 31, 2012
Decode/Recode is a globally networked interactive event celebrating the centenary of Alan Turing’s birth, as part of the official opening of the University of Salford building at MediaCity on 23 Mar 2012. LASALLE participated in a 24-hour ‘live’ digital media performance with the organiser’s 24 partners worldwide.
Sui Jianguo @ The Pace Gallery Beijing
March 30, 2012
One of China’s most important contemporary Chinese artist, Sui praised by Chinese art critics as “A pioneer venturing to the farthest reaches of Chinese sculpture.”
Noel donates $30K to LaSalle’s bursary program
March 29, 2012
and NAC announced the winners of the Noel/LaSalle gift bag design competition at 15 Minutes cafe
ArtFest Club member benefits @ the Singapore Arts Festival
March 28, 2012
Signup as ArtFest Club member to enjoy discounts and other goodies at the upcoming Singapore Arts Festival shows.
Singapore Urban Sketcher artist, Don Low launched Reservoirs of Singapore Stamp Issue
World Water Day 2012 was celebrated on the 22nd March with the launch of a commemorative stamp issue, Reservoirs of Singapore, illustrated by artist, Don Low.
4 continents in 3D by Stefen Chow
A blend of history and future. East and West. Art and Commerce. Human and Technology. Stefen Chow captures the spirit of the Denis Group, a company with 150 years of history across 12 countries in 4 continents.
a/edge – An Inaugural Visual Art Exhibition 2012
March 26, 2012
a/edge is the inaugural visual art exhibition orgainsed by Singapore Teachers’ Academy for the aRts (STAR).
Sibylle Bergemann Photographs
March 22, 2012
“It’s the fringes of the world that interest me, not its centre. The non-interchangeable is my concern. When there’s something in faces or landscapes that doesn’t quite fit…” Sibylle Bergemann. The photographs of Sibylle Bergemann (1941 – 2010), one of …
Down the Rabbit-Hole: “.” – a solo exhibition of paintings by Eunice Lim
March 21, 2012
Eunice Lim could not have come up with a more succinct title than “.”. The full stop – a punctuation so succinct, yet so evocative in its function – marking the end of a sentence, signalling the potential start of …
The Arts Goes to the Heartlands: The People’s Association Launches PAssionArts Month
March 19, 2012
The People’s Association (PA) is taking the arts to the heartlands through several initiatives as part of its inaugural PAssionArts Month to be launched by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday at Bishan Park and Teck Ghee Vista.