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Exhibition: Colours of Joy

Exhibition: Colours of Joy

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Almost a year has past since the Pieces of Joy exhibition that we held in collaboration with the Tutti Art Club, run by artist Tan See Ling. And this year, we follow up that exhibition with “Colours of Joy“, this time featuring the artworks of 11 special artists, all of whom are under See Ling’s tutelage.

Eight of the artists who participated last year return with new works, namely:

  • Bernard (Boon Chen)
  • Fitri
  • Jason
  • Ling Yee
  • Nadiah
  • Suen Yi
  • Zahirra
  • Zahra

Joining them are three new artists: Luqman, Nasreen, and Ryan. Luqman, as you may recall, had his works exhibited in Paint With Me, held at Artemis Art in May this year, together with his mother’s paintings.


Colours of Joy – a quick preview

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 (Visit our Facebook  page for more artwork preview images from “Colours of Joy”)

 

The official opening for “Colours of Joy” will be held at 3pm on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at our gallery, and we have, as the guest of honor, Ms. Ruth Liew, Child Developmentalist. Ms. Liew is the principal of Seri Mawar Child Care and Development Centre, and a part-time lecturer and trainer in the field of early childhood care and education. She also sits as a member of the Professional Certification Board of the Early Childhood Care and Education Council, which is developing Quality standards for preschools and child care centers.

As with previous exhibitions of art from children and young adults with learning difficulties, one of our aims is to raise awareness about autism and other learning and developmental difficulties.

We do hope that you can spend some time to attend the official opening of the exhibition this Sunday, or at some point during the exhibition’s run, which is expected to be at least until October 20, 2013. Come help support young art, from this group of very special young artists, who will be in attendance at the opening, sharing their perspective of the world, through their “Colours of Joy“.

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