In this full-day workshop, participants will be introduced to the process of art making, from research and conceptualisation to execution. Developed for participants 14 years and above, the day will consist of a trip to the beach to collect plastic waste and organic debris like shells washed ashore to create artworks out of these found materials during the second part of the workshop. Using The Oceanic as an entry point to raise awareness on the dire health of our oceans and the islands most affected, participants will learn how to engage with questions of climate change, as well as its impacts.
Designed for families and participants aged 14 and up.
For advance registration, please email NTUCCAEducation@ntu.edu.sg.
Mary Bernadette Lee’s (Singapore) practice is a phenomenological approach to understanding the relationship between the exterior topography of body, architecture, and place, and the interior tapestry of psychological states. These relational dialectics are expressed through her paintings, which foreground the architecture of her as a person and an artist. Lee graduated from the National University of Singapore with a BA in English Literature and Communications & New Media in 2006, and with a BFA (Hons) in Visual Communication from Nanyang Technological University School of Art, Design and Media in 2014.