29 Feb 2020 - 1 Mar 2020

1 to 1.45pm (Fully Subscribed on 29 Feb)
2.30 to 3.15pm 
4 to 4.45pm

 

Getting Here

The ACM is a 5-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT Station (Exit H)

Workshop Fee

$10 per person

(Refundable deposit)

Participants will get a chance to learn about the overall concepts of papermaking as well as the various creative and innovative ways that STPI Artists-in-Residence have worked with paper. There will be a live demonstration and papermaking materials for participants to get a full-on tactile experience.

 

About the facilitator

STPI is a dynamic creative workshop and contemporary art gallery based in Singapore. Established in 2002, STPI is a not-for-profit organisation committed to promoting artistic experimentation in the mediums of print and paper, and has become one of the most cutting-edge destinations for contemporary art in Asia. STPI, along with the National Gallery Singapore and the Singapore Art Museum, are part of the national Visual Arts Cluster of leading institutions in the region.

 

Register for the workshop below,

 

Saturday, 29 Feb 2020 Register Here!

Sunday, 1 Mar 2020 Register here!

 

A minimum of 10 participants are needed for workshop to proceed. Registration closes a day before the workshop commences, and tickets are non-refundable if participant is unable to attend. If the event is cancelled, full ticket-price will be refunded. This workshop is organised in conjunction with the special exhibition Living With Ink: The Collection of Dr Tan Tsze Chor

 

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