Light Rose Garden in HK, Budding Romance

Valentine’s day seems a bit longer this year. Every evening from 6pm to 11pm, 25,000 LED roses will display their charm to wow pedestrians and city dwellers in Hong Kong. Brought to you by PANCOM the official creation team, curator AllRightsReserved in cooperation with Fair Trade Hong Kong Foundation. The venues and dates: Feb 14…

Global Citizens and UrbanScapes 

This article is based on i) the discussion at Southeast Asia forum Singapore, part of the ArtStage event at Marina Bay Sands; and ii) an interview session with Prof. Peggy Levitt– Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department at Wellesley College and Co-Director of the Transnational Studies Initiative at Harvard University, and Ms Tintin Wulia. …

PreSchool: Setting up your art painting business

If you are keen to enter the art painting business, there are different ways to go about making that difference to creating the final artwork and to mark that final selling price of your masterpiece. But before the selling, you will need some artworks to justify your talent. There are a few ways to learn and to…

Pritzker Architecture Prize 2016 Announcement

The Pritzker Architecture Prize was first established by The Hyatt Foundation in 1979 to annually honor a living architect whose built work demonstrates a combination of those qualities of talent, vision, and commitment, which has produced consistent and significant contributions to humanity and the built environment through the art of architecture. It has often been…

Leonardo Da Vinci

The Godfather of Human Anatomy SINGAPORE- A lecture by Professor Peter Abrahams ‘A 15th century artist whose concepts and ideas anticipated 21st century radiology?’ at the National Museum of Singapore. This event was organized by the British Council and the University of Warwick on the 18th November 2015. Leonardo Da Vinci born in year 1452…

The Woo Building 

Royal College of Art (RCA)- Across the new Battersea campus, the designs of the new buildings incorporate an industrial feel. Steel, concrete and glass exteriors surround spacious interiors filled with natural light, creating inspiring environments in which to work, develop skills and collaborate.  The four-storey 2,752sqm Woo Building, named in honour of Sir Po-Shing aand…

The Hive

20 October 2015, SINGAPORE Nanyang Technological University (NTU) flips classrooms with The Hive NTU has launched The Hive, the centrepiece of its new learning pedagogy known as the flipped classroom. In this new model of learning, students access course content on their own and the face time with professors in class is devoted to team-based learning. Designed by…