The Sculpture Society is the first society in Singapore, dedicated to nurture public appreciation of sculpture as an art form. Established since 19 May 2001, it is a non-profit organisation, which is active in advocating the artistic development of its members through exhibitions, workshops and symposiums. The society was formed by a group of passionate individuals who were keen to enhance the artistic development of the art form through a tightly knit community of artists. Led by Han Sai Por, one of Singapore’s foremost sculptors, the founding members set their minds to provide a platform from which artistic discourse can flourish. To date, the society has over a hundred members. Amongst them are prominent and renowned local artists, as well as emerging young artists, who work in multidimensional fields of sculpture. Their works have gained both local and international exposures.
On behalf of the Sculpture Society Committee, I welcome you to our website. A place to learn more about the Sculptors and their work in Singapore. The Committee are committed to working throughout the year to ensure that the Society is a welcoming, inclusive and supportive environment.
Your Committee for the 2021/23 academic year, as elected by the Sculpture Society (Singapore) members, are:
President Chua Boon Kee
Vice-President Cassandra Lim
Treasurer Joyce Loo
Vice-Treasurer Ang Chee Yong
Secretary Casey Chen
Vice-Secretary Xin Xiao Chang
Public Relation Yeo Chee Kiong
Members Aileen Toh, Teo Huey Ling
Admin Ong Si Hui
We will be more than happy to answer any question you might have, whether it’s about the Society or an upcoming event. We are very dedicated to making this Society a beneficial support network that can help you in any way you might need.
We are working hard to make your experiences as enjoyable as possible. To ensure you don’t miss out on any of our events and get all the latest news and updates, please join our Facebook and follow us on Instagram.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you are interested in participating in any of our events, conducting a workshop, or any suggestions that you think will benefit the members.
We promise to do our best, so don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions. Membership to the Society is only S$100 (One-time Membership Registration Fee upon Application Approval)
We look forward to seeing you create sculptures with us.
Chua Boon Kee
Ordinary Members or Associate Members: S$100.00 (One-time Membership Registration Fee upon Application Approval)
1. Ordinary membership shall be open to all those who are professional sculptors and practicing sculptors (Singapore citizens and foreigners)
2. Associate membership shall be open to all those who are interested in sculpture. All Associate Members shall have no voting rights and not be eligible to hold office in the committee.
3. Persons who are below 18 years of age shall not be accepted as a member without the written consent of their parent or guardian.
The sustainable light festival will return for its 9th edition to showcase new and exciting light art installations at Marina Bay.
For this edition, we continue to invite artists to explore various forms of Sustainability and Sustainable Living - of environment, economy and culture - and examine how light art can create conversations about our lifestyles, decision making and the community.
The curatorial theme of i Light Singapore 2023, A New Wave, calls for innovative light art installations that encompass associations with the colour blue – the limitless potential of technology to create novel experiences beyond the physical, and the synergy between nature and technology.
A New Wave encourages creative methods and ideas that reflect the energy of blue to inspire connections in the city, refresh people’s senses and immerse visitors in new realms.
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The International Ice Carving Festival “Polar Rhapsody” is Yamal’s annual cultural event. The main ideas of the Festival are to promote and further develop the ice carving art, to support and present the existing ice carving schools.
The Festival is organized by the Government of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District. Since 2001 more than 100 professional artists from Austria, Armenia, Belarus, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Singapore, the USA and Ukraine have taken part in “Polar Rhapsody”.
Submission deadline: 1 September 2017
Taman Jurong Community Art and Culture Club is calling for Artist for participatory visual arts projects for Taman Jurong neighbourhood, in 4th-year open run.
A collaboration between National Arts Council and Taman Jurong Community Arts and Culture Club, Our Gallery at Taman Jurong seeks to engage Taman Jurong residents in visual arts projects facilitated by artists, promoting exchanges & fostering appreciation in the visual arts, culminating in collaborative artworks in green spaces within Taman Jurong.
Submission deadline: 17 November 2017