Carnival is back at Sculpture Square for its 5th
year running! From the 5th to the 8th
of June 2003, professional artists and art educators
will conduct 4 exhilarating days of hands-on
workshops specially for kids 4 to 12. Sculptures
created during our weekend workshops for kids will
also be displayed during the Carnival.
this year's Carnival participants as they recreate The
World of the See-Me-Nots, a group of mysterious
beings that can only be seen with a child’s
imagination! More than 10 art workshops will be led
by volunteer local artists, including Jeremy Hiah,
Lim Poh Teck, Tan Wee Lit and Claire Lim.
is the perfect occasion to learn how to do balloon
sculpting, puppet making, T-shirt art, mask making
and sculptures from all sort of recyclable
materials. Children will be able to create their
very own artwork from materials as diverse as boxes,
ostrich eggshells, balloons and other unusual items.
the perfect time for parents and kids to unwind
after all the stress of SARS and extra remedial
classes. You don’t want to stop nurturing
creativity in your kids just because of the gloomy
economic outlook!” exclaimed Ms Tay Swee Lin, the
General Manager of Sculpture Square and mother of a
3-year old child.
“In fact, most of the free fringe events
will be held outdoors so there’ll be a safe
environment for kids to romp around.”
while the kids are busy, parents and friends can
enjoy themselves in the host of exciting fringe
activities lined up throughout the 4 days of the
Carnival. Mr Bottle the magician will perform
thrilling balloon magic while strolling through the
galleries. Plus, there’ll be delightful art
freebies to be given away for early birds.
the September school holidays, the most unique
creations from the Carnival will be displayed at our
Children's Sculpture Exhibition. Together, these
two events make up the largest visual arts project
organised by a non-profit organisation in Singapore.