Open Call Opportunity
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is looking for artists to create artworks for the upcoming Jurong Regional MRT Line as part of the Art in Transit Programme, Singapore’s largest public art programme.
Interested artists who work in 2D and 3D may submit their CV and portfolio to email@example.com by 12 November 12pm for consideration (only shortlisted candidates will be contacted). If selected, you will be invited to propose original art concepts to be developed and integrated into the stations.
Visit LTA 's Art in Transit microsite for more information on the programme.
Live "Ask Mae Anything" Session
Thinking of applying for the open call? We’re inviting members of our Art Outreach community to an exclusive live session with our Chairman Mae Anderson, who also serves on LTA’s Art Review Panel for the Art in Transit Programme, to share some considerations and tips from her experience, to aid you in preparing your portfolio.
Live AMA Details
Date: Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Interested artists can register in the form below to receive an email with the link to the Zoom session. Limited spaces are available on a first come, first served basis.
*Registration is closed.
About Mae Anderson
Ms. Anderson is a deeply engaged volunteer in Singapore’s Non- Profit sector, serving on the Board of Art Outreach Singapore, a leading art education non-profit organization in Singapore, since 2003, and as the organization’s Chairman since 2007. Art Outreach shares the power of art with children, parents and communities by offering art tours for the public, education programmes for primary students and community groups, and train volunteers to serve as art advocates. By doing so, Art Outreach hopes to teach visual and critical thinking to children, connect Singaporeans with their cultural heritage, and promote greater art appreciation in Singapore.
Ms. Anderson spearheaded the establishment of the IMPART Awards in 2017, an initiative that provides critical career support for emerging artistic and curatorial talents. Featured along with the Awards that occur during Singapore Art Week, are the IMPART Collectors’ Show and the IMPART Symposium.
Ms. Anderson has served on the Land Transport Authority’s Art Review Panel since 2012, and was appointed in 2014 to Singapore’s Public Art Trust Advisory and Commissioning Panel. She also served on Singapore’s Venice Biennale Commissioning Panel for the 2019 Biennale. Ms. Anderson often lectures on topics in the area of Art and Philanthropy, and is a returning lecturer at Yale-NUS College’s annual NGO Bootcamp since 2014.
Ms. Anderson works in the financial industry, as Head of Emerging Talent, Private Baking Asia Pacific for Credit Suisse AG. She is a graduate of the National University of Singapore.