NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL
Public Arts Programme
Programme ID: PAP064660
Future World: Where Art Meets Science 2020 Q1/Q2
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Enter a futuristic world of high-tech artworks and interactive digital experiences created in collaboration with teamLab, a globally-renowned Japanese group of ultra-technologists and multi-award winning art collective.
Make Your Own Tote Bag Workshop
Experience silkscreen printing — from the creative use
of positive and negative space, to preparing a screen,
then printing on fabric with special inks. Finally, design
your own custom-made tote bag by choosing your
favourite print combination and colourway!
Light & Colour Workshop
Learn all about light and colour through a series of
hands-on experiments. Discover how light refracts and
reflects, observe colour in a dark room and make your
Creative Aquarium Workshop
Discover the diversity of life and the importance of the
oceans that cover over 70% of our planet. Learn about
what makes a healthy ecosystem by setting up your
own environment and creating your own digital
sea creatures, then take home your own paper craft.
Express Yourself 2.0
Get a crash course in different art techniques, from
Neo-impressionism, to observational drawing, Jackson
Pollock-style action painting and more. Experience the
art of seeing, then pick a favourite part of the M
Express Yourself: Sounds
Explore your sense of hearing by learning to listen
sensitively to everyday sounds and different kinds of
music. Express what you hear through art, by matching
sounds to colours, then create your personal masterpiece
inspired by your favourite song.
Make Your Own Music Machine
Unleash your inner musician and discover the science of
music. Explore how different musical instruments work,
experiment with different ways sounds can be made,
then apply what you have learned to fabricate your own
music machine from scratch.
Make Your Own Minimal Art Print
Be inspired by the principles of minimal art,
and experience how simple colour, shape and
form can produce stunning effects. Learn the paint
masking technique, then experiment with composition,
size and placement to compose your own minimalist
work of art.
Make Your Own Sun Goggles
Inspired by artist Olafur Eliasson, play with mixing
transparent colours to create new ones, and experience
how they change your perception of space and reality.
Then, construct your own sun goggles by overlapping
coloured cellophane in various comb
Inspired by Theo Jansen’s world-famous Strandbeests
— wind-powered walking “creatures” made from
ordinary materials, this workshop introduces bold
and simple engineering concepts. You too will invent
and build your very own moving creation!
Sketch Town Workshop
Play with Coding!
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