Singapore Contemporary Young Artists

Playing With & For The Community

Hwa Chong International School Mural Project

Over a stretch of 8 weeks, SCYA was engaged by Hwa Chong International School to paint a mural on three classroom walls in their campus. The secondary one students were taught how to plan a mural as well as techniques that are used during the painting. The students were split into their classes Balance, Caring, and Knowledge. The murals are painted with reference to these names.

Artists Jacquelyn Soo, Gerald Tay, and Dominic Tong were put in-charge of the classes and conducted their lessons in and outside of the classrooms. Students were introduced to different brushes, paint mixing as well as blending during the course of 8 weeks.


The students enjoyed the chance to experience the painting of a mural as it was their first time painting for many of them! A great teaching and learning experience for everyone!


About scyablog

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: Like us on Facebook! Thank you!

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This entry was posted on May 19, 2016 by in Others.

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