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Children's Sculpture Exhibition at Sculpture Square

Discover The World of the See-Me-Nots in the Children’s Sculpture Exhibition 2003 at Sculpture Square. This year’s exhibition theme is based on the imaginary World of the “See-Me-Nots”, a group of mysterious beings that can only be seen by a child’s imagination. The exhibition, which takes place from 6 - 24 September 2003, will feature selected artworks from Sculpture Carnival 2003, and will provide insight into what the participants perceive the “See-Me-Nots” to be.

The exhibition aims to stimulate the young participants' creative juices and display their power of imagination. Besides that, children are encouraged to develop a sense of care, curiosity and responsibility for the environment through their art making.

Recyclable materials such as aluminum foil, cardboard boxes and plastic bottles were transformed into creative works at the workshops held during Sculpture Carnival in June. “I made a tooth fairy because only children’s teeth fall out,” explained Michaela Dolk, a resourceful 9-year old who made a wire sculpture in the form of a fairy-like creature.

And what artworks! Over 130 artworks were selected from the hundreds of entries submitted during the Children’s Sculpture Carnival in June, based on originality, clarity of presentation and visual impact. The delightful works range from silver wire jellyfishes to gorgeously painted giant ostrich eggs, wacky puppets and balloon sculptures.

Sculpture Square hopes to challenge the public to rethink the art made by children, which can be as conceptually sophisticated as those by seasoned artists. “We wanted to give the children free rein to explore their imagination," says Darren Chia, the art administrator who coordinated the exhibition. 

The Children’s Sculpture Exhibition promises to be a fun-filled and educational experience for all. There’s no better way for parents to introduce kids to the world of art. It’s a real art exhibition, as the young artists will get to send invitation cards to their friends, inviting everyone to a proper exhibition opening ceremony, complete with a guest of honour and free lunch reception.

There’ll even be workshops conducted, exhibition catalogues and the whole show will be specially tailored for them, with displays arranged at the perfect height for kids to view!

Opening Hours: 11am - 6pm weekdays, 12pm - 6pm weekends. Sculpture Square is at 155 Middle Road. (Nearest MRT station: Bugis)

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