28 August 2017

The LAUREATES Exhibition at National Gallery Singapore

Source: Little Artists Art Studio. Poster for The LAUREATES Exhibition.
Source: Little Artists Art Studio. Poster for The LAUREATES Exhibition.

The Little Artists Art Studio marks its 20th anniversary with The LAUREATES Exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore. The exhibition highlights the works of 260 of the Studio’s students, spanning themes such as Candy, Environment, and Beautiful Still Life.

The exhibition is co-presented by sister company, Artrageous. Artageous creates contemporary arts events and programmes to showcase the talents of both young and mature emerging artists from around the world in Singapore while Little Artists Art Studio is a fine arts school committed to nurturing creativity in children.

The two-day programme will include panel discussions and sharing sessions by contemporary artists Lydia Janssen (US) and Nicola Anthony (UK) among other prominent members of the international art community:

2 September: A talk with Milenko Prvacki, a contemporary artist and educator who has taken up residence in Singapore will share his experiences with contemporary art and its prospects for the future.

2 September: Panel discussion: Who Wants Me? is a discussion of what makes art desirable and relevant from the perspectives of its custodians. The panel is facilitated by Alan Koh and Saskia Joosse, collectors and curators of art.

3 September: Panel discussion: Art Now. Life on the road and a sharing of experiences with Anthony and Janssen.


View the LAUREATES Exhibition from 2 to 3 September at the National Gallery Singapore, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium and Foyer in B1, 1 Saint Andrew's Road. Admission costs S$5. Tickets can be purchased at National Gallery Singapore, or call +65 6449 0960 to book.