SCYA at the Singapore Arts Festival 2012
The Singapore Arts Festival (SAF) 2012 – Our Lost Poems is ending in 2 days!!
Since its opening, SCYA has been involved in helping out with the Kids Arts Village bringing smiles and cheer to children! Conceptualised by SCYA, the UV Light Painting is situated at the festival lawn for children ages 5 up. Children are enraptured with story-tellers (Kind Volunteers from ITE & Queenstown Secondary School) of stories from myths and legends from all around the world. The children will then draw their own monsters on transparencies/paper and print them onto the canvas wall in the ‘Monster Cave’ – a shipping container fashioned as a creative Art Space.
UV Light Painting
Children at the festival lawn chatting about their monsters
‘Monster Cave’ UV Paintings
UV Face Painting/Masks
SCYA also facilitated UV Face Painting/Masks for children. Check out the delighted children experiencing face painting and mask making – some for the very first time!
A girl posing with her almost completed mask
Displaying their beautiful masks before going to the ‘Monster Cave’
UV Mask at the ‘Monster Cave’!
Singapore Contemporary Young Artists Project (SCYA) is a non-profit Art Society that highlights Contemporary Art by Young Artists in Singapore through several platforms in exhibitions, websites, talks, workshops & commissioned services.
SCYA was initiated by Jacquelyn Soo who is an artist, curator and director for SCYA. SCYA has over 10 members in the society contributing ideas, activities to support the organisation. SCYA represents up to 70 Singaporean/PR Artists in their works.
SCYA launched their first project in Nov 2008 with a website collaboration with FIVEFOOTWAY that featured 23 Contemporary Young Artists Portfolios on an interactive website.
Since then, SCYA have had several collaborations and events organised with corporations, government institutions, NGOS and education institutions,
Please visit our website for more details: www.contemporaryart.sg
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