A Brief Guide To Singapore Artists
Singapore Arts Festival (SAAFF) is a special program that showcases the work of local artists in arts, culture, and other areas. It brings to light not only the best of what the Singaporean has to offer but also the best of what the world has to offer. It brings to light not just the best of what the local has to offer but also the best of what the world has to offer. It is a celebration of the hardworking and resourceful artists of Singapore and an exhibition that showcase their hard work and artistry.
The Singapore Art Gallery has brought back the most spectacular collection of contemporary art that showcases the talent and workmanship of local artists, international artists from different countries and national and international experts. This biennale was organized by the National Arts Council (NCA) and Singapore Art Gallery to celebrate the talent of our artists and the evolution of art across the decades. The exhibition is archived from the original on 9 July 2010. From the initial exhibition, a new strand of art was evolved including contemporary art exhibitions with Singaporean artists as the focus. The strands are:
Performance Art – this showcases the work done by local artists and International artists on topics relevant to the GLBT (gay/lesbian/bisexual/transsexual) community. It includes performance art that includes dance, visual arts, film, installation art, installation photography, video and sculpture. Queer Art – this is a showcase of queering art practices, which bring to light the realities of gender, love, and sexuality. Performations include dance, multimedia, performance art and more.
Singapore Asian Music and Arts Festival (ASMA) – this is an international music and exhibition that feature renowned local and international artists. There are sections for music and dance, performing arts, and media arts. A main feature of the festival is the Singapore Asian Music Awards. The awards honour those indigenous to the region that have made contributions in the realm of music. Past winners have includedalty and complexity artist Chinng Sui, Taiwan’s hottest new bandedy duo Bekah and Pui Kan, and more. The festival is archived annually.
Singapore Chinese New Year Celebration – this is a special exhibition that showcases traditional Chinese art and tradition. Over ten thousand artists from mainland China will converge at the Orchard Road corner to present their works. It is a not for profit exhibition. Performances include dragon and lion dances, fireworks displays, acrobats, food and beverage events, traditional Chinese food and so on. Presently, it is archived from the original on 9 July.
Teng’s Chinese Contemporary Art Festival – this is a rare and exciting opportunity to visit one of the few contemporary art museums in Asia. Presented by China Film Coliseum, this is a showcase for contemporary Chinese work from a range of artists. This is a one day event and is scheduled to run for ten days only. Exhibitors from all over China are invited to attend and participate. It is archived from the original on 9 July.