January 2021 – AIR Dialogue

In this Elm Residential College Rector’s tea hosted by Associate Professor of Social Sciences (Socio-legal Studies; Law & Society) Lynette Chua, Beatrice Glow discusses her collaborative artistic methods in service of public history and a more socially and environmentally just future. (Photos: Jeong Hyewon/Tom White)



December 2020 – Sculpting Movement End of Semester Showcase

Each semester, students enrolled on arts modules are given an opportunity to showcase their work in an on campus exhibit. Students on the Sculpting Movement module taught by Sai explored a range of materials and processes to generate installation based “kinetic” artworks. (Photos: Tom White)

October 2020 – Un Studio & Comma Space Visit

Students on the Sculpting Movement course visited Un Studio with woodworker Liu Yang & ceramicist Rei and Experimental art space Comma Space with Curator Dr. Wang Ruobing where they viewed “The Waiting Machine” with Singaporean artist Yang Jie, learning about the day to day running of independent art studio spaces. (Photos: Tom White)

January-May 2020: Culturing Nature Class

In Yang and Donner’s studio art module – Culturing Nature: Gardens in Ecological Art – students are invited to engage with ecology as a starting point for creative research. Through a multi-sensory approach, students interact with gardens on and off-campus, experimenting with drawing, photography and multimedia projects as ways to observe, represent and imagine the ways humans relate to the living world in an age of environmental urgency. (Photos: Tom White/Andrew Yang)

Jurong Garden Visit

Yang and Donner worked with the College community on the ‘Farm to Fork’ programme run by students and Yale-NUS Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (Environmental Studies) Marvin Montefrio. The artists have also worked with community members at the Sky Garden@Jurong Central where they conducted interviews with local urban gardeners and did sound recordings of the garden together with students. (Photos: Ashbel Chioh)