Classroom Programme

The Art Outreach programme is a free arts appreciation programme for local school students. It is designed to wrap around academic curriculum and expose students to the world of art.

From well known masters to equally legitimate works by more obscure artists, the Art Outreach programme focuses on making students comfortable with talking about art in its various aspects: art history, art aesthetics, art criticism and art movements. The programme has a special emphasis on exposing students to art from around the region, especially to art that is relevant to Singaporeʼs heritage. The content of each lesson is based on a portfolios of artworks. These portfolios are rotated from lesson to lesson, and encompass an unlimited array of art topics, genres and media.

Art Fundamentals

Art Fundamentals

This portfolio introduces students to the basic elements of art: line, shape and colour, thereby allowing for a deeper analytical understanding of art theory and critique.

 

Land & Environmental Art

Land & Environmental Art

Going beyond the politics of the environment, these works attempt to take a deeper look into the themes surrounding earth, nature, the universe and Manʼs place within this system.

LTAʼs Art in Transit

LTAʼs Art in Transit

This portfolio highlights the artistic elements and social context behind the artworks found along the first three stations of the North East Line. It also reflects how visual art have been successfully integrated into the MRT Stations.

 

Marina Bay Sands Art Path

Marina Bay Sands Art Path

Integrating art and nature, this portfolio features 8 site specific artworks from Marina Bay Sands, and encourages the consideration of meanings behind the complimentary relationship between art and architecture.
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The Evolution of Portraiture

The Evolution of Portraiture

This portfolio introduces the concept of portraiture and its evolution across time. The concept begins in 1508, with Leonardo Da Vinciʼs Mona Lisa. Its stylistic progression will then be illustrated through the works of artists such as Pablo Picasso.

 

Public Sculptures in Singapore

Public Sculptures in Singapore

This portfolio features well-known sculptures in Singapore by local and internationally recognized artists. Students are invited to explore the story behind iconic works, such as the Merlion,  Fernando Boteroʼs Bird, and Cheong Fa Chong's First Generation.