Art Writing 101 with Seah Tzi-Yan
[ABOVE] NUS Museum collections, Camping and Tramping, Throught the Colonial Archive: The Museum in Malaya
[LEFT] Marcel Duchamp "Coat Hanger", Centre Pompidou, Paris. Photograph by Jill Chuang
You've always wanted to write about art, and didn't know where to start. For new arts managers, students considering working in the arts, museum and gallery folks, art aficionados, corporate art program persons.
Date: 3 December 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 10am to 5pm
Venue: NUS Museum
$100 for Gallery/Arts organisation personnel/ NUS staffs/ students/ alumni
$130 for public
$70 NUS Students
$30 registration fee (non-refundable)
1. Visual Arts: Critical Appreciation
2. Assigning Meanings
3. Writing Short Descriptions about Art & Objects
3 sessions x 2 hours, total 6 hours.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the instructor
Seah Tzi-Yan directed an art gallery for 17 years, was co-founder of the Art Galleries Association, Singapore (1996) & ARTSingapore (2000). She has much experience in developing exhibition programs. She has lectured extensively on arts management practice at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts where she adjunct lectures on the diploma and degree programs. She ran the Education Program for ARTSingapore 2010. Recently, she led a team of conservation trained dressers for “Valentino Retrospective” at Resorts World Sentosa under Les Arts Decoratifs, Paris.
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