• Talents in illustration, photography and paper-cuts at group exhibition

    February 2, 2024

    , Lianhe Zaobao

    Kenneth Lee, an autistic artist, works in a hotel and loves painting in his spare time. In the middle of last year, he stopped drawing with pencil outlines and switched to using an ink pen to sketch freehand instead. This was a turning point in his practice. In group exhibition…

  • Artists with disabilities debut new works at Singapore Art Week

    January 18, 2024

    , Press Release

    ART:DIS presents Turning Points, a group exhibition featuring three local artists from 18 January – 12 February 2024 at Selegie Arts Centre as part of Singapore Art Week 2024 (SAW). Curated by John Tung, the exhibition chronicles pivotal moments of change within the practice of Deaf photographer Isabelle Lim, mixed media artist…

  • Affordable Art Fair strengthens appreciation for art

    December 21, 2023

    , LUXUO

    The 16th edition of the Affordable Art Fair Singapore saw landmark sales of SGD 5 million with 16,000 visitors, highlighting an increasing demand for art in Singapore. This year’s Affordable Art Fair presented an array of global and local art consisting of 37 percent local and 63 percent international galleries. With…

  • Access provisions enable visually impaired to enjoy theatre

    October 11, 2023

    , Lianhe Zaobao

    Listening to the audio narration and touching the stage props with fingers are all ways to experience a theatre drama, acting as eyes for the visually impaired. Audio description, which has been widely used in film and television, is increasingly used in stage plays with a real-time interpreter narrating out scenes…

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