NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL

Public Arts Programme

Visual Arts

Programme ID: PAP064275

Workshop for Teachers and Educators by artist and educator Kelly Reedy

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- SYNOPSIS -

Taking inspiration from the novel Arus Balik (1995) by Indonesian author Pramoedya Ananta Toer, this workshop will examine how the turning of historical tides form our personal and collective identities. The work of six artists, Ade Darmawan (Indonesia), ila (Singapore), Zac Langdon-Pole (New Zealand/Germany), Shubigi Rao (India/Singapore), Lucy Raven (United States) and Melati Suryodarmo (Indonesia) will guide and challenge us on this journey, probing how social, geopolitical, religious, and cultural transitions in this region have influenced our concept of who we are, where we come from, and where we are going.

Kelly Reedy (United States/Singapore) has worked in Singapore for over 18 years
as an artist and educator. She holds a BFA in Fine Art (University of Wisconsin,
1985), MA in Education (Hunter College, 1991), MA in Art Therapy (LASALLE
College of the Arts, 2017). She has exhibited her artworks internationally in Paris,
Chicago, and Berlin, as well as locally at the Jendela Visual Arts Space, Esplanade, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute, and Alliance Française. Reedy has developed educational resources for the National Gallery Singapore and trained teachers at the National Institute of Education, specialising in visual arts education in museums and galleries.

Please register via Peatix:
[23 March 2019] turningtides-23march2019.peatix.com
[26 April 2019] turningtides-26april2019.peatix.com

- MATURE CONTENT -

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- DETAILS -

Arts Group/ Presenter
NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
Venue
NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Blk 43 Malan Road (Gillman Barracks)
Target Audience
Sec - Lower, Sec - Upper, JC/CI, ITE
Language

English,

Duration
2.5 hours
Cost
Free admission.

- CONTACT -

NTU CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

CONTACT PERSON
Ilya Katrinnada
CONTACT NUMBER
64600302
EMAIL
ntuccaeducation@ntu.edu.sg

- DATE/TIME -

23
Mar
2019
10:00 AM
26
Apr
2019
3:00 PM