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									Public Programmes for the art conscious citizen :
April – June 2005

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                                                             AN INSTITUTION OF NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD
Think art museums
and the first thing
that comes to mind
are paintings on the wall.
But at SAM we are
more than just that !




T.G.I. FRIDAYS @ SAM
Admission to SAM is free on Fridays, 6.00pm – 9.00pm.

It’s an art museum’s way of celebrating TGIF with free
admission on Fridays. What better way to unwind than
an evening at the art museum?

Friday evenings are a perfect time to catch up with friends
over dinner, and adjourn for a music performance, or a
dance workshop. (See LIVE! for details).

For those who prefer a quiet evening, the galleries remain
open till 9pm, affording one a quiet moment. There are
also art talks on photography, film and architecture.
(See ARTTALK for details.)

Most workshops require registration, so call ahead and
reserve your place today!
Address
  71 Bras Brasah Road Singapore 189555


Enquires
  Front Desk: (65) 6332 3222
  Education & Public Programmes: (65) 6332 3220


Opening Hours
  10.00am to 7.00pm daily with extended hours till 9.00pm on Fridays


Admission
  Adult: $3.00
  Student: $1.50
  Senior Citizen (60 years & above): $1.50
  Family Ticket (max 5 members): $8.00

  Free admission for children below 6 years, and on Friday nights
  (6.00pm – 9.00pm)

  Website: http://www.singart.com


Guided Tours
  English Tours
       Mondays: 2.00pm
       Tuesdays to Thursdays: 11.00am & 2.00pm
       Fridays: 11.00am, 2.00pm & 7.00pm
       Saturdays & Sundays: 11.00am, 2.00pm & 3.30pm

  Japanese Tours
      Tuesdays to Fridays: 10.30am

  Mandarin Tours
      Fridays: 7.45pm


Getting to SAM
  SAM is approximately 10 minutes walk away from the Dhoby Ghaut /
  City Hall MRT stations

  Parking facilities are available by Plaza By the Park, NTUC Income
  and Allson Hotel
GET INVOLVED AS
A SAM VOLUNTEER TODAY.




Contact us for information on becoming

a volunteer and helping our visitors have

a memorable museum experience. If you

are interested in guiding on a weekday,

email fomsingapore@pacific.net.sg or call

6332 3650. To volunteer on a weekend,

email MVSAM_Enquiry@yahoo.com
OPEN DAYS @ SAM


Opening our doors to the community we serve
is an important way in connecting with people.
Through making the museum accessible to
a larger number of people, we hope to make
museum-going a lifestyle for everyone.


Admission to SAM is FREE on the following days in
2005 – 2006:


•   Labour Day, 1 May 2004

•   International Museum Day, 22 May 2005

•   National Day, 9 August 2005

•   Deepavali, 1 November 2005

•   Hari Raya Puasa, 3 November 2005

•   Christmas, 25 December 2005

•   New Year’s Day, 1 January 2006

•   Chinese New Year, 31 January 2006
ARTTALK
Talks, tours and in-depth discussions by artists
and guest speakers



Rediscovering Lee Man Fong
Jointly presented by SAM and Art Retreat


This forum is held in conjunction with the upcoming Lee Man Fong:
A Pioneer Southeast Asian Artist exhibition (Art Retreat, 10 Apr – 25
Sep). Lee Man Fong left a rich legacy through his works. Increasingly
sought for their distinctive style integrating traditional Chinese and
modern European elements, his works depict the life of Southeast
Asia. In his unique Southeast Asian oil paintings, he succeeded in
creating a style few had achieved or equaled.

The forum is in Mandarin. Participants are invited to the exhibition
opening at Art Retreat following the forum.

FORUM · 9 Apr (Sat), 2.30pm – 5.30pm, Auditorium, Free.



再认识李曼峰
新加坡美术馆与好藏之美术馆联合呈现

这个讲座是配合即将来临的“李曼峰-东南亚先驱画家”展览会 (好藏之美术馆,
4月10日至9月25日)而举办的。李曼峰在艺术领域上留下了它的烙印。他的作品融
化了东方传统文化和西方现代特色,描述了东南亚的生活风貌。李曼峰成功地创造
了自己的风格,使到他的作品受到国际好评。

讲座是以中文举办。参与者将受邀出席展览会的开幕仪式。

讲座 · 4月9日(星期六)
             。2点30分至5点30分,礼堂,入场免费。
ARTTALK
Talks, tours and in-depth discussions by artists
and guest speakers



     Balinese Painting Today
     By I Wayan Bendi


     Learn more about Balinese painting in this talk by the artist, I Wayan
     Bendi, who paints in the Batuan Style. I Wayan Bendi’s works include
     commissions by the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (Japan).

     The talk is presented in Bahasa Indonesia with interpretation in
     English by Garrett Kam.

     TALK · 10 Apr (Sun), 6.00pm – 7.00pm, Glass Hall, Free.



     Curatours

     Get up close and personal with our curator-led tours! Gain deeper
     insights into the exhibitions and catch the tours for Art Of Our Time
     and President’s Young Talents 2005 this quarter. Learn more about
     the works on displays and the artists as curators share with you
     their experiences and anecdotes.

     TOUR · Throughout exhibition periods, SAM Lobby (Meeting point),
     Free. For more information, please call 6332 3220 or email
     nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg




     UPCOMING: SAM-FOM Friday Evenings Series
     Jointly presented by SAM and the Friends of the Museums (Singapore)


     Watch out for this revamped series of arts-related talks, which
     promises an eclectic mix of speakers and a cosy reception.

     TALK · 8 Jul (Fri), 7.00pm – 8.00pm with reception from 6.30pm,
     Glass Hall. Free. For more information or programme updates,
     please call 6332 3220 or email nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg
LIVE!
Beyond visual arts –
Performances and special events



‘O’ Dance IV – BeWitched
A community and outreach programme by Young Artists Project (YAP)
Performers, a division of Odyssey Dance Theatre Ltd


Launched in 2003, ‘O’ Dance series offers a platform for YAP
Performers to showcase their talents and versatility. This season,
‘O’ Dance introduces more new works by local youths, both YAP
Performers and other guest performers, highlighting the vibrancy
and significance of performing arts among young Singaporeans.
The following dances will be presented at ‘O’ Dance IV – BeWitched

•   EnTrapMent choreographed by Cham Sin Yu & Yeo Lay Teng
    A depiction of lives framed in a society where people follow
    people blindly. Trapped in this arrangement, one lose sight of
    his/her role and direction.

•   UnTitled choreographed by Goh Shou Yi

•    Colours of Life choreographed by Danny Tan with guest
     performers, JY Modern Dance Group
    ‘Live life to the fullest and enjoy the bliss and bond with family
     and friends’

DANCE · 1 Apr (Fri), 2 Apr (Sat), 8.00pm. Glass Hall. Donations at
the door.
LIVE!
Beyond visual arts –
Performances and special events



     Swingtime!
     By Lindy Hop Ensemble


     It’s time to dance! Jump into the swing of things at the Singapore
     Art Museum. Learn easy and stylish dance steps from the Lindy
     Hop Ensemble in this 45-minute workshop. Get your kicks with the
     Charleston - the iconic, flamboyant dance of the Roaring Twenties.
     Add on the slick grooves of 6-count Swing. Perfect your moves
     after the workshop as we spin your favourite jazz tunes. Impress
     your friends with your newfound confidence on the dance floor! No
     prior dance experience required.

     The Lindy Hop Ensemble (LHE) with its signature acrobatic moves
     and infectious energy is the first Singapore dance group to perform
     in New York City at the Lincoln Center and also at the Edinburgh
     Festival Fringe. Creating an exciting fusion of African-American jazz
     with Asian music, rhythms and dance styles, the LHE’s interpretation
     of the Lindy Hop has won international commendation. Swing by
     www.flystep.com for more details!

     DANCE · 1 Apr, 6 May, 3 Jun (Fri), 7.00pm – 9.00pm, Auditorium. $5.
LIVE!
Beyond visual arts –
Performances and special events



Mabuhay Pilipinas!
Jointly organised by SAM, Embassy of Philippines and Philippines Cultural
Society of Singapore


Watch out for our first ever Philippine Fiesta, showcasing the
creative and cultural energies of the people.

Highlights include a combination of Santa Cruzen and Flores de
Mayo parade from SAM’s courtyards down to Queen Street. Be
dazzled by the colours of the spectacular regional costumes, enjoy
arts and crafts, food as well as visit a mini- art exhibition at the Glass
Hall at SAM. Musical events feature over the weekend as well

FESTIVAL · 4 Jun – 7 Jun (Sat – Tue), Various times, All venues.
Watch out for full programme details on our website, www.singart.
com, or email nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg



WATCH OUT for a Noise Art Series
Curated by Zai Kuning & Yuen Chee Wai


Presented in embryonic form for The Substation’s recent Septfest,
Zai & Chee Wai’s performance explores electronic sound for film,
theatre and sound sculpture. Zai & Chee Wai began their journey
at SAM with In The Presence Of.., a sound sculpture set. Since then,
they have performed at the Bangkok Fringe Festival, presented I
Have Lost Friends at MICA Artrium as well as Errorism: Flowers of
Evil at the Esplanade for the M1 Fringe Festival. Join them as they
continue to develop their series in noise art explorations.

SONIC ART · 13 & 14 May (Fri & Sat), 8.00pm, Auditorium.
For programme updates, please visit www.singart.com or
nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg
LIVE!
Beyond visual arts –
Performances and special events



WATCH OUT for Poetic License: A Double Bill
Presented by STAGES and directed by Jonathan Lim


Play rating to be advised.

Featuring Poetry in the Flesh
Sexy, funny, poignant and unpredictable – poetry presented like
you’ve never seen before! Originally conceived as part of Wordfeast
2004, Poetry is a dramatized collection of poems of love, desire and
despair in our urban lives. Encounter gossipy neighbours, couples in
the bedroom, desperate singles, love goddesses and dead queens
- all making their way through the human maze. STAGES has been
bringing poetry to throbbing life through performance for years,
and now we are proud to collect our favorite pieces plus some
new works into an all-new performance of the word. This highly-
theatrical and sensual performance features double-edged poetry
Featuring poetry by Leong Liew Geok, Alfian Sa’at, Paul Tan, Gui Wei
Hsin, Jonathan Lim and others.

….and Hentak Kaki: Green Days of Our Lives
Commissioned by the NAC for the Arts Festival Late Night Series
2004, Hentak Kaki takes you on a bittersweet journey through
National Service, from the moment of enlistment, through BMT,
trench-digging, stand-by-bed, sectional movement and route-
marching, and out the other end. Remember the drill, recall the
drama, revisit the green days of your lives. Nostalgic yet ironic, these
works questions what it really means to serve your nation. Featuring
provocative dramatizations of army poems by Kirpal Singh, Alfian
Sa’at, Cyril Wong, Robert Yeo and others.

THEATRE · Coming up in Aug. Please visit STAGES at
www.nowstagethis.com for programme updates.
ART 4 KIDS
Family programmes and special activities
for children of all ages



UPCOMING: Istana Art Event
Organised by SAM


Come celebrate the nation’s birthday with an event that invites
children and their families to explore art and heritage while enjoying
the beautiful Istana grounds during the Istana’s National Day Open
House. Join an On-The-Spot art competition where you stand
to win attractive cash prizes. All winners’ works will be exhibited
with the prize presentation officiated by His Excellancy President
S R Nathan.

To mark our 40th Birthday, a photographic exhibition entitled
To Singapore With Love showcasing the creative energies of
Singaporeans will be co-presented by Singapore Art Museum
and City Developments Limited.

Registration for the On-The- Spot Competition is open to all schools
as well as members of the public from 22 May 2005 only. Freebies*
for early birds.

*   Freebies to be collected at the Istana upon submission of art
    work. Please note all winners must be present to receive
    their prizes at the Istana

ISTANA OPEN HOUSE · All day activities, 7 Aug (Sun), Istana
grounds. Free.
ART 4 KIDS
Family programmes and special activities
for children of all ages



      Adventures in Art I

      Be the first to explore SAM’s mega exhibition in two phases.
      Phase One will feature Singapore masters while Phase Two will
      feature significant works from the region. Look forward to seeing
      works by Chen Wen Hsi, Georgette Chen, Cheong Soo Pieng, Liu
      Kang, Chua Mia Tee ,Tan Swie Hian, Iskandar Jalil and Tang Da Wu .

      •     Special Introductory Talk and Treasure Hunt Activity
            (for primary and lower secondary schools)
            INTERACTIVE PROGRAMME. 24 – 27 May (Tue – Fri) & 1 – 2 Jun
            (Wed – Thu). $40 per school group of 120 (for talk and activity
            with prizes, excludes museum admission). Please request your
            preferred time with santha_anthony@nhb.gov.sg. Registration
            begins only from 30th April and will be on a first come first
            served basis.

      •     Weekend Adventures in Art I
            Look forward to creative activities museum-wide, so bring the
            family along!
            ACTIVITY. 28 & 29 May (Sat & Sun), 10.00am – 12.00pm or
            2.00pm-4.00pm. $3-$10 per activity. Register on the spot.

      Please note that children under the ages of 8 years must be
      accompanied by an adult.



      Adventures in Art II
      In conjunction with the Art Education Galleries exhibition, BLINK!
          ELECTRICO


      This is an eight-session art programme where a parent/adult-
      child pair can enjoy artist-conducted sessions focusing on learning
      basic techniques such as painting, simple printmaking, collage
      and sculpture. Art references will be provided where appropriate.
      Both parent and child can share their adventures in art. In the
      learning process, the parent is also the child’s first teacher. Upon
      completion of the programme, certificates will be presented to
      all participants.

      WORKSHOPS · 8 sessions of 2 hours each, Art Lab.
      Session commences in June 2005. Call 6332 3220 or email
      santha_anthony@nhb.gov.sg for more information. Recommended
      for children aged 5-10 years old. $300 per adult and child pair,
      inclusive of materials.
ART 4 KIDS
Family programmes and special activities
for children of all ages



Stories in Art
In conjunction with the Art Education Galleries exhibition, BLINK!
By MoonShadow Stories


In this interactive programme, children will have the opportunity to
engage in storytelling and creative art activities. Each session will
include a visit to the galleries and story-telling sessions. Inspired
by artworks from the exhibition, children are taught to let their
imagination run wild as the children participate in artistic and creative
writing activities. The programme is catered for three age groups:
5-7 year olds, 8-10 year olds and 9-12 year olds. Choose from
four different programmes: Shoes That Tell Tales, Chomp,Chew,
King Kid and, The House That I Built (only for 8-10 year olds).

MoonShadow Stories are Verena Tay and Kamini Ramachandran.
Verena has worked for local English-language theatre companies
since 1986 like The Necessary Stage and Action Theatre. Kamini
studied English Literature & Language at the University of Reading
and taught speech and drama privately in Kuala Lumpur.

STORYTELLING ACTIVITY · 26 May or 2 Jun (Thu), 1 Jun (Wed).
For more information or to register, please call 6332 3220 or email
nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg



ART STOP! – Corridor Art Education Activities
In conjunction with Blink! exhibition at Art Education Gallery.


Still Life
Appreciate the Still Life genre by exploring an artwork by
Singapore’s pioneer artist, Liu Kang. Try your hand at subject
composition and create a Still Life on the spot!

Papercuts and cultural icons
Be a part of an artist’s installation by contributing to his life-sized
paper-cutting installation. Be inspired by his exhibited work and
think about cultural icons old and new in creating your contribution.

The Singapore Identity
It’s your chance to write a “report card”! Write your responses on
the spot according to your observations (Special project outlines
for schools to work with the Singapore Art Museum are available.)

ACTIVITY · Ongoing during exhibition period: 28 Oct 2004 – 1 Jan 2006
ART 4 KIDS
Family programmes and special activities
for children of all ages



      Portraits: Behind the eyes
      In conjunction with the Art Education Galleries exhibition, BLINK!


      In this one and a half hour session, some key works from art history
      will be presented, in which the subjects are revealed through
      expression of face and body, and contextual details. Participants
      will learn to create a personal portrait, focusing on the character
      revealed by the face and pose of the body, and embellished with
      personal items from the portraitee’s history. Techniques include
      drawing, water-colour, collage and print.

      WORKSHOP · Call 6332 3220 or email santha_anthony@nhb.gov.sg
      for more information. $20 for individuals or $300 for organised
      groups (max. 40 students). Recommended for students aged
      7 – 16 years. Materials and worksheets will be provided.




      A Family Portrait
      In conjunction with the Art Education Galleries exhibition, BLINK!


      Make a framed family portrait for the home! Participants may frame
      the family portrait creatively by applying basic art techniques: it can
      be a family tree or a letter, with images, personal anecdotes and
      symbols.

      WORKSHOP · Call 6332 3220 or email santha_anthony@nhb.gov.sg
      for more information. Recommended for students aged 7 – 16
      years old.
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The Art Of Hearts: Stories About Love
By MoonShadow Stories


MoonShadow Stories invite you to embark on an enlightening
journey of discovery, exploring the breadth of passion, the length
of desire, the heights of lust, and the depths of love… This is a
storytelling-cum-interactive programme will help you find out more
about yourself, your date and your relationship with each other.

MoonShadow Stories are Verena Tay and Kamini Ramachandran.
Verena has acted, directed and written for local English-language
theatre since 1986, working with leading companies like The
Necessary Stage, Action Theatre, TheatreWorks and Practice
Theatre. Kamini studied English Literature & Language at the
University of Reading and taught speech and drama privately in
Kuala Lumpur. In August 2003, she collaborated with Verena in
Women Who Act: Asian-Pacific Folktales (Distressed Damsels Not
Wanted), collectively spearheading storytelling for adults at the
Substation.

STORYTELLING WORKSHOP · 27 May, 10 Jun & 17 Jun (Fri), 7.00pm
– 9.00pm or 19 Jun (Sun), 4.30pm, Auditorium. $12.50. For more
information or to book your place, please call 6332 3220 or email
nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg
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     Public Art Library – Reload With NAFA
     Jointly organised by SAM and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts


     Borrow original artworks by local young artists! Now with fresh
     new works, the Library features traditional as well as contemporary
     works by students from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in
     various disciplines – Chinese and Western painting, ceramics,
     sculpture and printmaking. The Public Art Library aims to encourage
     art collecting while also promoting greater art appreciation
     among the public. Find out more about how you can take out a
     membership and start thinking about decorating your home with
     real art while supporting the up and coming young artists!

     LIBRARY · 2 & 3 Apr, 16 & 17 Apr, 7 & 8 May, 21 & 22 May,
     4 & 5 Jun, 18 & 19 Jun, (Sat & Sun, every 1st and 3rd weekend of
     the month), 11.00am – 4.00pm, Gallery 9 corridors. Admission to
     library is free, $60 for one year membership.

     For more information or to borrow online, go to
     www.publicartlibrary.org
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Jewellery Making Workshops
by Margaret Tang


STRINGING WORSHOPS

•   CREATIVE STRINGING
    You will learn the techniques of stringing necklaces and
    bracelets using tigertail and monofilament and how to use
    crimps, callottes and clasps. You will also learn how to string
    modern designs such as the illusion design, the happy weave
    and pendant chokers.
    6 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, The Cube. $39* inclusive of
    materials.

•   TRADITIONAL STRINGING NEW!
    In this workshop, you will learn techniques of using beading
    thread for stringing such as pearl knotting, fastening of multiple
    strings, use of end caps, multi-strand clasps and spacer bars.
    You will also learn plaiting, multi-strand collar, multi-strand
    choker and graduated designs.
    13 May (Fri), 10.00am – 1.00pm. The Cube. $46* inclusive of
    materials.

BEAD WEAVING WORKSHOPS

•   CRYSTAL BRACELET
    Learn the basic skill of 2 string weaving and make a beautiful
    crystal bracelet in this workshop. Techniques acquired in this
    workshop can be applied to making chokers, handphone
    straps, crystal watchstraps, rings and more.
    24 Jun (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, The Cube. $39* inclusive of
    materials.
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     WIREWORK WORKSHOPS

     •   NECKLACES, EARRINGS AND RINGS
         This foundation workshop in wirework will equip you with skills
         that enable you to make an endless variety of jewellery out
         of metal wires. In class, you will complete a necklace, earring
         and ring set of your own design and unique colour combination.
         27 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, The Cube or 29 May (Sun),
         2.00pm - 5.00pm, Artlab. $43* inclusive of materials.

     •   INTRODUCTION TO WIRING WITH JIGS NEW!
         Jigs are devices which enable jewellers to make wire shapes
         quickly, easily and consistently. This workshop teaches the
         fundamentals needed to work with jigs such as how to
         straighten wire without kinks; ways to start a design on a jig; how
         to harden a completed design and achieve a professional finish.
         You will make 3 designs, which you will assemble into an
         intricate pair of earrings.
         Prior attendance in Necklace, Earrings and Ring workshop
         required. 27 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, The Cube or 5 Jun
         (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, Artlab. $73* inclusive of materials
         and a Wigjig Delphi set.

     •   INSPIRATIONS FROM NATURE
         Learn wiring techniques to turn glass leaves, flowers, berries and
         seed beads into nature inspired pieces of jewellery like a floral
         tiara, comb, necklace or bracelet. You will also learn how
         to wire seed beads into flowers, leaves, butterflies and dragonflies.
         10 Jun (Fri), 10.00am – 1.00pm or 12 Jun (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm,
         The Cube $47* inclusive of materials.

     •   WIRE WRAPPING NEW!
         This intermediate level workshop covers 6 wire wrapping
         techniques including loop wrapping, wire coiling, bead wrapping,
         nugget wrapping and hanging of briolets and discs. You will be
         shown how to combine these techniques to make any jewellery
         item for your class work.
         Prior attendance in Necklace, Earrings and Ring workshop
         required. 10 Jun (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, The Cube or 19 Jun
         (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, Artlab. $47* inclusive of materials.

     •   WIRE SPIRALS NEW!
         In this intermediate level workshop, learn how to coil wire into
         spirals and cages for a variety of uses. Master these techniques
         by making three fabulous pairs of earrings. Prior attendance in
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    Necklace, Earrings and Ring workshop required.
    24 Jun (Fri), 10.00am – 1.00pm, The Cube or 26 Jun (Sun),
    2.00pm – 5.00pm, Artlab. $34* inclusive of materials.

DESIGN WORKSHOPS

Prior attendance in Necklaces, Earrings and Rings and/or Creative
Stringing recommended but not required.

•   DESIGNING FOR YOUR FACE AND BODY
    This workshop will show you what jewellery designs best
    complement your face, body and colouring and how best to
    wear it. You will apply what you learn by selecting your own
    beads to create your unique piece.
    13 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, The Cube. $23* excludes
    materials. Cost of materials depends on the type and quantity
    of beads used and may range from $5-$35 for glass beads
    and $15 onwards for semi-precious stones, jades and
    freshwater pearls.

CHINESE KNOTTING WORKSHOPS

•    CHINESE KNOTS SET A (2 sessions)
     Learn how to tie traditional Chinese knots and combine them
     with non-traditional beads to make a modern ethnic necklace.
    11 Jun & 25 Jun (Sat), 10.00pm – 1.00pm. The Cube. $45*
    excluding materials.



Fees include all basic materials unless stated otherwise. Tools will
be provided on loan. Registration closes one week before the
workshop.

Registration: To register, please give your name, telephone, email,
workshop title and workshop date via
1)  Santha Anthony 63323220
2) Margaret Tang 92729834
3) Email nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg

Payment:
To confirm your seat, please send a crossed cheque made to
“National Heritage Board” with the above details on the back of the
cheque to Singapore Art Museum, 71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore
189555 (Attn : Santha Anthony). Payment must reach
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     one week before date of workshop. Seats will be allocated to wait
     list registrants if payment is not received in time. No refunds will be
     made for absentees.



     The Blind Men and the Elephant : A Holistic Approach To
     Teaching Mandarin using Drama
     By NeNeMas – the education arm of Drama Box


     This workshop is an introductory course that allows participants to
     get into the mood for Play. Participants will get to experience the
     whole concept of Drama-In-Education first hand, learn basic theatre
     skills and tools, as well as understand the importance of engaging
     BODY-HEART-MIND, which will make learning a personalized
     experience. Tools facilitated during the workshop include learning
     different approaches of Drama-In-Education techniques, such as

     •   Process Drama
     •   Creative Drama
     •   Hot-Seating
     •   Thought Tracking
     •   Play Creation

     The workshop is in Mandarin. There is no pre-requisite for the
     workshop but it is recommended for teachers

     WORKSHOP · 30-31 May (Mon-Tue), 9.00am – 6.00pm, Auditorium.
     $250 per participant. For bookings or enquiries, please contact
     Nicole Lim (Drama Box) at 6324 5434, or fax at 6224 1032 or email
     dramabox@pacific.net.sg
At a Glance



APRIL 2005                                 MAY 2005

Swingtime!                                 Creative Stringing
1 Apr (Fri), 7.00pm – 9.00pm, $5           6 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $39

O Dance IV – Bewitched                     Swingtime!
1 & 2 Apr (Fri & Sat), 8.00pm, Donations   6 May (Fri), 7.00pm – 9.00pm, $5

Public Art Library                         Public Art Library
2 & 3 Apr (Sat & Sun), 11.00am – 4.00pm,   7 & 8 May (Sat & Sun), 11.00am
$60 – 1 year                               – 4.00pm, $60 – 1 year

Rediscovering Lee Man Fong                 Traditional Stringing
9 Apr (Sat), 2.30pm – 5.30pm, Free         13 May (Fri), 10.00am – 1.00pm, $46

Balinese Painting Today                    Designing for your Face & Body
10 Apr (Sun), 6.00pm – 7.00pm, Free        13 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $23

Public Art Library                         WATCH OUT for a Noise Art Series
16 & 17 Apr (Sat & Sun), 11.00am           13 & 14 May (Fri & Sat), 8.00pm*
– 4.00pm, $60 – 1 year
                                           Adventures in Art I
                                           24 – 27 May (Tue – Fri), $40 per school
                                           group of 120

                                           Public Art Library
                                           21 & 22 May (Sat & Sun), 11.00am
                                           – 4.00pm, $60 – 1 year

                                           Stories in Art
                                           26 May (Thu)*

                                           Necklaces, Earrings & Rings
                                           27 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $43

                                           Wiring with Jigs
                                           27 May (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $73

                                           The Art of Hearts: Stories About Love
                                           27 May (Fri), 7.00pm – 9.00pm, $12.50

                                           Weekend Adventures in Art I
                                           28 & 29 May (Sat & Sun), 10.00am
                                           – 12.00pm or 2.00pm – 4.00pm, $3 – $10
                                           per activity

                                           Necklaces, Earrings & Rings
                                           29 May (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $43

                                           The Blind Men and the Elephant
                                           30 - 31 May (Mon – Tue), 9.00am
                                           – 6.00pm, $250
At a Glance



JUNE 2005

Adventures in Art I                                           The Art of Hearts: Stories About Love
1 & 2 Jun (Wed & Thu), $40 per school                         19 Jun (Sun), 4.30pm, $12.50
group of 120
                                                              Wire Spirals
Stories in Art                                                24 Jun (Fri), 10.00am – 1.00pm, $34
1 & 2 Jun (Wed & Thu)*.
                                                              Bead Weaving (crystal bracelet)
Swingtime!                                                    24 Jun (Fri), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $39
3 Jun (Fri), 7.00pm – 9.00pm, $5
                                                              Chinese Knots A2
Public Art Library                                            25 Jun (Sat), 10.00am – 1.00pm, $45
4 & 5 Jun (Sat & Sun), 11.00am – 4.00pm,
$60 – 1 year                                                  Wire Spirals
                                                              26 Jun (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $34
Mabuhay Pilipinas! – Festival
4 – 7 Jun (Sat – Tue), Various times*
                                                              * For programme updates or full details,
Mabuhay Pilipinas! – Santa Cruzan                               please call 6332 3220 or email:
5 Jun (Sun)*                                                    nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg

Mabuhay Pilipinas! – Exhibition
4 – 6 Jun (Sat – Mon). 10.00am – 7.00pm.
Free

Wiring with Jigs
5 Jun (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $73

Inspiration from Nature
10 Jun (Fri), 10.00am – 1.00pm, $47

Wire Wrappings
10 Jun (Fri) or 19 Jun (Sun), 2.00pm
– 5.00pm, $47

The Art of hearts: Stories About Love
10 & 17 Jun (Fri), 7.00pm – 9.00pm,
$12.50

Chinese Knots A1
11 Jun (Sat), 10.00am – 1.00pm, $45

Inspirations from Nature
12 Jun (Sun), 2.00pm – 5.00pm, $47

Public Art Library
18 & 19 June (Sat & Sun), 11.00am
– 4.00pm, $60 – 1 year



All public programmes are on a first-come-first-served basis; free unless otherwise stated. For payment, please
send crossed cheque made payable to “National Heritage Board”. All payment must reach SAM at least one
week before the date of the event. No refunds will be made for absentees. Please indicate name of participant, contact
number and the event you are registering for on the back of the cheque.


Mailing Address: Singapore Art Museum, 71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189555 (Attn: Santha Anthony)
Off The Wall Programme Registration, email nhb_sam_programs@nhb.gov.sg or (65) 6332 3220.
Public Programmes for the art conscious citizen :
April – June 2005

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                                                             AN INSTITUTION OF NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD

								
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