Singapore Art Museum Artist-led workshops
Oct
10
to Oct 27

Singapore Art Museum Artist-led workshops

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During the month of October 2017, the Singapore Art Museum will be presenting artworks inspired by the theme of community, and created by different communities. Educational workshops are designed and conducted by artist Nicola Anthony, who is exhibiting in Gallery 1.11 and the artist-mentor to the female inmates participating in the Yellow Ribbon Community Art Exhibition 2017.

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Museum Artist Workshop | Secret Garden: The Artist’s Terrarium
Oct
9
9:30 AM09:30

Museum Artist Workshop | Secret Garden: The Artist’s Terrarium

Always wanted a terrarium that looks spectacular and doesn’t need any watering? Join artist Nicola Anthony in this workshop to create a 3D mini garden or micro-jungle within a glass jar, using various ink and sculpting techniques.

All materials will be provided. Each participant will take home their own terrarium.

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Artist Talk by Nicola Anthony, Singapore Art Museum
Oct
6
6:00 PM18:00

Artist Talk by Nicola Anthony, Singapore Art Museum

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.

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The Flow of Time: Commissioned Sculpture
Oct
5
to Oct 29

The Flow of Time: Commissioned Sculpture

The Flow of Time was commissioned by Yellow Ribbon Project for the Singapore Art Museum Glass Box Gallery, to commemorate the Yellow Ribbon Art Community Exhibition 2017: For Better Endings and New Beginnings

A collaborative sculptural installation with Barry Yeow and Kim Whye Kee, The Flow of Time takes the shape of an hourglass, and is the artistic response of these three artists to their time as artist-mentors to the inmates at Changi Prison, Singapore, delivering the Yellow Ribbon Art Programme. 

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Human Archive Project
Oct
5
to Oct 29

Human Archive Project

  • Singapore Art Museum, 8Q Gallery 1.1 (map)
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Revealing the inner worlds of people from different walks of life through stories gathered from the community, this two-part presentation by artist Nicola Anthony explores the human condition and threads of commonalities despite our differences.

The Human Archive Project focuses on disenfranchised communities and human stories in Singapore. Nicola's work is inspired by the inmates of Changi Women’s Prison, NUH kids, families dealing with addiction, the elderly community, and members of the general public, who are invited to contribute stories about themselves at www.humanarchiveproject.com

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Artist Talk | 'Kampong Glam Stories' by Nicola Anthony & Marc Nair
Sep
8
7:00 PM19:00

Artist Talk | 'Kampong Glam Stories' by Nicola Anthony & Marc Nair

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.  

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Scents of Singapore
Jul
12
to Sep 15

Scents of Singapore

Scents of Singapore brings together artworks  by a selection of nine artists using different mediums and metaphors to talk about Singapore history and identity. 

Potpourri refers to a scented mixture of spices and dried flowers that is usually kept in  a decorative bowl or jar and used to perfume a room. Potpourri also applies to a collection of seemingly unrelated items, to an unusual assortment.

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Temperature Communication
Jun
16
to Sep 10

Temperature Communication

Temperature Communication will showcase artworks from the Field Trip Project organised by Daisuke Takeya. This includes contemporary British artist Nicola Anthony's work "Great Soul", which has been a part of the Field Trip Project/Field Trip Project Asia since 2014. 

Field Trip Project is an interactive socially engaging travelling art exhibition responding to recent natural disasters, aiming to create awareness and provoke dialogues about various aspects of natural disasters and to connect people creating communities through compassion and art. The participating artists transformed Japanese elementary school backpacks into works of art.

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Field Trip Project Asia: “DEPARTURE EDITION”
Apr
1
to Apr 9

Field Trip Project Asia: “DEPARTURE EDITION”

Field Trip Project Asia: Departure Edition, will showcase artworks from the Field Trip Project organised by Daisuke Takeya. This includes British contemporary artist Nicola Anthony's work "Great Soul", which has been a part of the Field Trip Project/Field Trip Project Asia since 2014. 

Field Trip Project is an interactive socially engaging travelling art exhibition responding to recent natural disasters, aiming to create awareness and provoke dialogues about various aspects of natural disasters and to connect people creating communities through compassion and art. The participating artists transformed Japanese elementary school backpacks into works of art. 

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Mentor of the Changi Women’s Prison Women Artist Mentor Programme
Mar
1
to May 31

Mentor of the Changi Women’s Prison Women Artist Mentor Programme

The Changi Women's Prison Artist Mentor Programme is an annual collaboration between the local charity Yellow Ribbon Project and Singapore Art Museum, with the aim to facilitate the rehabilitation of inmates through creative art making under the guidance of selected artist mentors– this year's being Nicola Anthony, Barry Yeow, and Kim Whye Kee.

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Field Trip Project Asia: Aceh Tsunami Museum
Feb
25
to Mar 12

Field Trip Project Asia: Aceh Tsunami Museum

Nicola Anthony's sculpture Great Soul will be taking part in Field Trip Project Asia: Aceh Tsunami Museum, the newest exhibition instalment of travelling project Field Trip Project curated by Daisuke Takeya.

Coordinated by Pratitou Arafat, the Field Trip Project Asia Exhibition is held for two weeks from February, 25th to March, 3rd 2017 in Banda Aceh. This exhibition is an invitation for Acehnese people to recollect the personal or collective memory on disaster event in the past by exposed with some artistic objects, formed as “randoseru”, made by several artist from across the world. Located in the iconic architectural building of Aceh Tsunami Museum, this contemporary exhibition is also a space to reflect, share, and communicate some raising issues after the disaster event.

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Observatory: Singapore Contemporary Art Fair 2017
Jan
19
to Jan 22

Observatory: Singapore Contemporary Art Fair 2017

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Invited as a selected artwork at the entrance of Singapore Contemporary Art Fair, 2017, Observatory is an immersive, interactive installation which creates a paper architecture made of 7000 paper scrolls, poems and light, by Nicola Anthony & Marc Nair. Inside this chamber of observation voyeurs are invited to peruse fragments of Marc Nair's poems which are ‘windows’ into moments and lives, observed through the yearning of time and distance.

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Intersection
Jan
10
to Mar 11

Intersection

This exhibition encompasses layered ink drawings on calligraphy paper and installations by Nicola Anthony, and poetry by Marc Nair. Intersection is an artistic map exploring geographies, names, stories and memories in three cities, Singapore, London and Yangon.

 

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