From now to 30 April, Sayang Singapura will run at the Singapore City Gallery. The exhibition is an intimate experience of the transformation of the city of Singapore, a landscape in a constant state of flux. At the Singapore City Gallery, a contrasting juxtaposition of the human scale and urban scale takes place. How has the urban development of Singapore shaped us?
About the Illustrator
Lee Xin Li is an independent illustrator and architectural associate based in Singapore. The architectural graduate from the National University of Singapore enjoys exploring the stories and layers behind the landscapes he encounters.
About the Curator
Chia Xian Min is a graphics designer and a visual communications graduate from the Nanyang Technological University, School of Art Design and Media. She has previously worked on the Teochew Festival 2014 and Journey in Abstraction for the artist, Lin Na under 10AM Communications as well as the Nanyang Junior College Open House in 2014 and 2013. She is also the co-founder of byJAM Creatives.
About the Singapore City Gallery
The Singapore City Gallery tells the story of Singapore’s planning efforts, showing its remarkable physical transformation – past, present and future. As the only island city-state in the world, Singapore is in a unique position of catering all our needs as a city and as a country. And with only 710 square kilometres, how do we tackle our land constraints while creating a city that is green, vibrant and liveable? What are the choices that we have to make? And what are the reasons behind them?
About Kids’ Philharmonic
Is a non-profit educational organisation which began with a pilot project organised by MusArt Edu Hut, a private music school committed to the training of classical music in Singapore. The orchestra has also performed overseas in Vienna last year and Taiwan this year.
Opening Hours (Free Admission)
Mondays to Saturdays: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
45 Maxwell Road, The URA Centre
City Canvas , Level 3