Nicola is often invited to present talks, deliver workshops and seminars, and is a regular lecture speaker at creativity courses. Use the links below to find upcoming events.
"Your creative self is a delicate creature. I have been honing my own creative side for a long time. Unavoidably, I became fascinated by the theory of creativity - how to consciously understand and harness it. Creativity can help us absorb and be inspired by the world around us, it can help problem solve, it can lead to kindness, adventure as well as innovation."
Nicola Anthony, 2016
The Intersection body of work journeys back to one of it's three origins, Yangon.
Intersection is an artistic map, exploring geographies, names, stories and histories in three
cities around the world. The work investigates collisions of place and meaning in spaces that contain overlapping consistencies; whether it is the vestiges of colonial influence, the
relentless march of capitalism, or the stubborn refusal of history to disappear.
Nicola was invited to deliver the Yellow Ribbon Artist Mentors' Speech at Singapore Art Museum, addressing honourable guests and SAM board members on the opening night of the Yellow Ribbon Art Community Exhibition of 2017: For Better Endings and New Beginnings.
Speaking on behalf of the three artist mentors, Nicola exlpains how together contemporary artists Barry Yeow, Kim Whye Kee, and she led the Yellow Ribbon Project workshops with Singapore Art Museum and Changi Prison in 2017, and created the Flow of Time– a commissioned sculpture that reflects their experiences.
The full speech is available to watch as a video here.
Nicola Anthony and Marc Nair will share about the genesis of the artworks showcased in “Scents of Singapore”. They will explain how they collaborated to incorporate the poetry of Marc in Nicola’s artworks and to talk about the history of Kampong Glam neighborhood. With this talk the audience will be embarked on a poetic journey through space and time.
Nicola Anthony (UK/ Singapore) is honoured to be invited as a speaker on the panel discussion at The 20th Anniversary of Little Artists Art Studio, which will be marked by a LAUREATES Exhibition at National Gallery Singapore.