SG50 Feature Wall @ The Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
I am thrilled to have been selected as one of 50 artists who have been chosen as part of the SG50 Feature Wall showing a selection of their art for only $500. As a follow on from last years extremely successful Charity Wall, this year the AAF will be celebrating a very special birthday, Singapore's 50th!
The monies raised will be donated to an important charity partner, Playeum (Learn more about Playeum below!) This year 50% of the monies raised will also go back to the artist.
Find out more on this years Affordable Art Fair and explore the list of Artists involved in the #SG50 Feature Wall.
Dates: 17-19 April, 2015
Location: F1 Pitt Building.
Playeum is a registered charity that inspires play and creativity with children from all walks of life in Singapore. The recent finalist of the British Council ELEVATE global challenge – creativity for social change initiative, develops creative partnerships with artists to transform experiences for children. Your support will help them build a dedicated children centre, as well as improve access to art education for children from low socio-economic classes. Discover more about Playeum and give the gift of inspiring creativity in children.
We received a lovely letter from Playeum:
Thank you very much for donating a percentage of your sales to raise funds for Playeum, The Children's Centre for Creativity. We strongly believe in children's innate sense of creativity developed through their own voice and expression. Your kindness in gift and spirit inspires us to keep collaborating to bring exciting new experiences to children. Please email us (at firstname.lastname@example.org ) if you would like to understand our work better, work with children or simply playfully engage as a volunteer. We will be at the Children's art studio with works by artist Madhvi Subrahmaniam - so please do pop over and say hello! As our journey continues in finding a permanent home, we hope you will join us to build a creative future together.
Thank you again,
Sumi and the Playeum team