Preppy Olympics uniforms? Yes it’s here and it’s by Ralph Lauren! The velvet leotards, the flips and the landings are all oh so lovable! Standard red, white and navy blue are used (and they compliment each other perfectly). No doubt the American team of this year’s Olympics will look preppier than ever. The opening-ceremony look consists of classy navy blazers with white driving hats and canvas walking shoes; for the closing ceremonies, it’s classic polos and sleeveless sweaters.
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In emotionally-charged monolithic portraits and dark panoramic landscapes, Picture’s Not Perfect by Melvin Culaba delves into the psyche of the artist and his society. Each canvas plays out almost as a psycho-social mystery, where the viewer seeks to uncover the impetus behind the situational drama and underlying melancholy that permeates each composition.
Time: April 30 till May 10 2008
Tues-Sun 11.30am-7pm. Mon and public holidays by appt only. Closed on Thurs, May 1.
Venue: Forth Gallery (above Bee Cheng Hiang)
Address: 69A Pagoda Street (Level 2), Chinatown MRT Exit A, Singapore
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Forget about entertainment, it’s all about “paintertainment” now. Meili-Melo Ltd’s Living Arts Cafe started as an ad hoc freestyle group painting party, and has now developed into a highly successful creative services company with a list of major corporate clients, including Hermes. You will be given a 85 x 120 cm canvas, unlimited acrylic paint, sponges, brushes and spatulas and the rest is up to you.
Unlimited healthy juice drinks are supplied but my friends and I usually bring our own alcohol to help stimulate the flow of creative juices.
For more information, check out artjamming.com
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