Friday, Aug. 30, 1:00pm - 8:30pm Saturday, Aug. 31, 10:00am - 8:30pm Sunday, Sep 1, 10:00am - 5:00pm
Artworks & Workshops：
Art from the Heart – a community initiative with Lighthouse School by Pang + Kanako
Flower Power with Pang + Kanako
That Cat – a series of plush toy cats by Suki Ow
Fly with your Dreams by Tommi Chan & Carlos Ong
Flight by Tommi Chan Lemons Short Film
Stories from our Fridge – a photography narrative by residents of Singapore & Tokyo
Nobody by Ben Chan & Pang
The Eye – a community photography exhibition
Live Printmaking by Fiq
Paper Marbling and Stamp Printing with Supersegak
Neighbours | Shapes – an arts initiative by youth and children
Interschool Canvas Art
An Evening with Dawn Fung
Julia Pang - White Noise Quartet
Dance Performance by Soren Niewelt & Jessica Larbig of Just Live Dance Productions
The theme for Yellowren Arts Festival 2013 is centered on the Chinese character of 艺 (yì) that is translated as an art or a skill. The simplicity of this singular character evokes a sense of creativity and beauty that can be appreciated by everyone through the language of arts.
About the Festival
Yellowren Arts Festival 2013 spans across two contemporary Asian cities of Japan and Singapore. Yellowren Arts Festival 2013 premiered in Tokyo, Japan in the creative enclave of Shimokitazawa from 28 May to 2 June with “Dreams. Cities. Stories.” featuring a series of art exhibitions that mirror the dreams, aspirations, environment and lifestyle of city-dwellers.
Yellowren Arts Festival 2013 continues its journey and premieres in Singapore from 30 August to 1 September with fringe activities and a three-day festival that brings local artists together showcasing a series of art exhibitions, hands-on activities and music performances at Lower Seletar Reservoir in Yishun, a suburban town in the northern part of Singapore.
CAPE OF COLORS
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Cape of Colours (www.capeofcolours.org
) is a registered charity that strives to build the dreams of students in need to develop their full potential through education. Cape of Colours offers financial aid, award scholarships, provide free tuition and forge partnerships with schools. Cape of Colours is the festival cause and beneficiary of Yellowren Productions. Visit their booth to learn what they do and how you can support their cause.
Guest of Honour
Spring Tan is a lawyer and partner at Withers KhattarWong. She has been in practice for almost 20 years and is experienced in commercial litigation, international arbitration, adjudication and mediation. In addition, Spring has a keen interest in Sports Law. She has successfully completed the Certificate Programme in Sports Arbitration organized by the Asian International Arbitration Centre, and has assisted with the appeals panels in one of the world sports federation in arbitration and preparing the final award. Spring is also an accredited Mediator with the Singapore International Mediation Institute.
Jeremy Chia studied at Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia, where he earned a degree majoring in Multimedia Design and a postgraduate diploma in marketing. Prior to his tertiary studies, Jeremy worked as a Project Coordinator in Pico Art International, handling the production and installation of cosmetic counters of international brand names such as Estee Lauder. In 2011, Jeremy obtained the Master of Fine Arts in Animation and Digital Arts from Tisch Asia – New York University School of the Arts. He is also one of the animators for the TV series “The Diary of Amos Lee” which aired on Mediacorp’s OKTO channel. Jeremy appreciates the opportunity to work with different artists and contributors to the arts. They represent diverse perspectives but share the common purpose of communicating and empowering.
Highlights from the 2013 Festival
Special thanks to the main sponsor, artists, volunteers, and the following sponsors:
Corporate Supporting Sponsor: MindChamps Preschool @ Fusionopolis, Cape of Colours
Individual Supporting Sponsors: Lok Yeow Wei, Chew Wei Wei, Nicholas Nah, Lim Mei Leng, Paul Goh, Susan Goh
Partners: Flour Fancies, Lighthouse School
Special Thanks: Chu Wei, Jeffrey Kester Goh