Chasing Butterfies, Building Rainbows Inclusive Arts Workshop
This two-hour inclusive arts workshop is held as part of Archifest 2017
A community art piece
By Superhero Me and Rainbow Centre
Lead Artists: Lee Wan Xiang, Ng Jin Yee, Quek Hong Shin
What does tomorrow look like?
Members of the public are invited to join Rainbow Centre, an organisation that empowers persons with disabilities to thrive, to co-create a 10m long wall mural made of 134 tiles in a new extension wing at its premises at Margaret Drive.
Drawing inspiration from nature, children and adult participants will create unique shapes that represent their identities. Experiment with paper cutouts and express yourself by painting a symbol that represents you on a tile. Viewed in its entirety, these symbols form a language which expresses the shared process of creation.
How the most basic of shapes excite our imagination and complement each other mirrors the power of community. As we progress towards our vision of a more inclusive society, a conscious effort to connect with those different from us will bring a brighter tomorrow full of possibility.
4pm – 420pm: Artist and Captains introduce concept of work in groups.
- The event description was updated. Diff#285815 2017-10-12 01:36:25
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM SGT
- Rainbow Centre, 501 Margaret Dr, 149306
- Venue Address
- 501 Margaret Drive Singapore 149306 Singapore
Entrance to Venue is behind Queenstown Baptist Church. (There is a sign for St Andrew’s Nursing Home pointing into the road you should go into!) Parking is available on site. Nearest MRT: Queenstown, 10 min walk.
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