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Beaute Hub-Edupod Junior Art Competition

Theme: My Singapore, Our Future

What's the Challenge? 

 

Create an original artwork using Faber-Castell art materials. Participants are free to use a single or a variety of wet/dry drawing medium combine, such as watercolour, acrylic or oil paint, charcoal, graphite or coloured ink. 

 

The artwork must be A3-sized with surface thickness greater than 3mm and paperweights above 250gsm and can be made in either horizontal or vertical orientation.

 

Work should not be framed, no printmaking, reflief or collage artwork will be allowed. 

 

The competition is open to all Singapore Residents, aged 4 - 12 years, in two category. 

Category A:  4 - 6 years

Category B:  7 - 12 years

 

Participants are required to submit an original work completed using Faber-Castell art materials with a photo evidence of the Faber-Castell art materials used.

 

All artworks must be submitted by 24th December 2022. Late submissions will not be accepted. 

All submissions to be accepted at Playscape. 

 

Julie Zhu, Watercolourist - Gallery1819

Art Training

By renowned artist, Ms Julie Zhu

Participants may opt to buy official art supplies kit for $99, and entitled to FREE 1HR Artwork conducted by renowned artist, Ms Julie Zhu. 

Workshop Dates and Time

 

29 Oct - 2PM, 3PM, 4PM

5, 12, 19, 26 Nov - 2PM, 3PM, 4PM

3, 10, 17 - 2PM, 3PM, 4PM

What's the Prize?

Grand Prize

1x Platinum Winner in each category will receive $500 + products valued at $500. 

 

An exhibition of artworks created by the 30 Finalist will be showcased. All proceeds from the sales of artworks to public will be donated to The Business Times Budding Artist Fund. 

Sponsors

  • Ang Ah Tee - Gallery1819

    Head Judge

    Senior Artist Ang Ah Tee

     

    Ang Ah Tee is a second generation Singapore artist The 1962 Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts graduate and watercolour, oil and acrylic painter is best known for his vivid landscape paintings inspired by his extensive travels around the world. He is also one of the nation’s most prolific artists, and has held 11 solo exhibitions, participating in many group exhibitions internationally.

    Ang Ah Tee was conferred the Cultural Medallion in 2009 by the National Art Council Singapore, the highest accolade awarded to individuals in recognition of their artistic excellence. 

  • Aaron Gan - Gallery1819

    Judge

    Aaron Gan, Artist

     

    Aaron Gan is the 2015 UOB Painting of the Year, Gold Award, Established Artist
    Category, Singapore winner. 

     

    Following his numerous sellout shows, Gan’s artworks have been collected and commissioned widely both in Singapore and internationally. These include The Prime Minister’s Office, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Library Board, GIC, Wheelock Properties, Julius Baer, The Association of Banks in Singapore and others.



  • Julie Zhu - Gallery1819

    Judge

    Julie Zhu, Artist

     

    Julie Zhu Liying (b.1980, China) has been creating art since the age of 12, and is familiar with both Western and Chinese
    art techniques.


    She graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Comprehensive Painting from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, China, and in 2015, received a Master of Business Administration from the Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University in Singapore. Julie has exhibited in China, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.

  • Kevin Tan - Gallery1819

    Judge

    Kevin Tan, Artist

     

    Born in Singapore in 1963 Kevin Tan Ngee Chye studied Graphic
    Design in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. He worked in the advertising industry as an illustrator and art director for thirty years. 

     

    As a fine art artist, Kevin enjoys creating works in various media such as ink, acrylic, oil and watercolour, depicting subjects ranging from the representational to the abstract Kevin is a life member of The Society of Chinese Artists and also a committee member of The Singapore Art Society. 

  • Ong Kok Peng - Gallery1819

    Judge

    Ong Kok Peng, Artist

     

    Ong Kok Peng (KP Ong) is a well known ceramist and sculptor with a broad repertoire of skills and craftsmanship in creating works of art which are unique and beautiful.

     

    His works had gained recognition through awards that he received over the years, such as the Singapore Turf Club Art Competition which he won “1st Winner” and
    “Honorary Mentions” under the Sculpture Category, UOB 14th Painting Competition “Certificate of Commendation” and Philippe Charriol Foundation 3 Sculpture “Certification of Distinction".

Head Judge

Senior Artist Ang Ah Tee

 

Ang Ah Tee is a second generation Singapore artist The 1962 Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts graduate and watercolour, oil and acrylic painter is best known for his vivid landscape paintings inspired by his extensive travels around the world. He is also one of the nation’s most prolific artists, and has held 11 solo exhibitions, participating in many group exhibitions internationally.

Ang Ah Tee was conferred the Cultural Medallion in 2009 by the National Art Council Singapore, the highest accolade awarded to individuals in recognition of their artistic excellence. 

Judge

Aaron Gan, Artist

 

Aaron Gan is the 2015 UOB Painting of the Year, Gold Award, Established Artist
Category, Singapore winner. 

 

Following his numerous sellout shows, Gan’s artworks have been collected and commissioned widely both in Singapore and internationally. These include The Prime Minister’s Office, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Library Board, GIC, Wheelock Properties, Julius Baer, The Association of Banks in Singapore and others.



Judge

Julie Zhu, Artist

 

Julie Zhu Liying (b.1980, China) has been creating art since the age of 12, and is familiar with both Western and Chinese
art techniques.


She graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Comprehensive Painting from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, China, and in 2015, received a Master of Business Administration from the Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University in Singapore. Julie has exhibited in China, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Judge

Kevin Tan, Artist

 

Born in Singapore in 1963 Kevin Tan Ngee Chye studied Graphic
Design in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. He worked in the advertising industry as an illustrator and art director for thirty years. 

 

As a fine art artist, Kevin enjoys creating works in various media such as ink, acrylic, oil and watercolour, depicting subjects ranging from the representational to the abstract Kevin is a life member of The Society of Chinese Artists and also a committee member of The Singapore Art Society. 

Judge

Ong Kok Peng, Artist

 

Ong Kok Peng (KP Ong) is a well known ceramist and sculptor with a broad repertoire of skills and craftsmanship in creating works of art which are unique and beautiful.

 

His works had gained recognition through awards that he received over the years, such as the Singapore Turf Club Art Competition which he won “1st Winner” and
“Honorary Mentions” under the Sculpture Category, UOB 14th Painting Competition “Certificate of Commendation” and Philippe Charriol Foundation 3 Sculpture “Certification of Distinction".