Following the visit to Imaginarium – A Voyage of Big Ideas held at SAM @ 8Q in mid-March, I compiled and wrote my review on the interactive and engaging exhibition that is curated especially for children and the young-at-heart. Although we were invited to attend the media preview and opening of the exhibition on behalf of Singapore Art Gallery Guide (SAGG), there was no obligation for me, or was I expected to contribute a write-up in any way. Hence, it came to me as a pleasant surprise that the Editor-in-Chief of SAGG, Ms Irene Marx, wrote to me to request if SAGG could feature my blogpost as a review article for their current May 2015 issue!
The SAGG is the first and most comprehensive guide to the art and cultural institutions of Singapore, that is committed in making the Arts in Singapore a more enriching experience. The monthly publication in the form of a booklet offers comprehensive information about the visual arts, art galleries, performance centres, artists, exhibitions, etc. happening in Singapore. SAGG enjoys a readership of more than 15,000 fine art collectors, influential art critics, government and private sponsors of the arts, as well as international visitors seeking an enriching experience in our city’s museums and galleries. It is an absolute honour to be invited again to contribute to this wonderful and diverse art guide!
Our review article can be found on pages 38 – 43 within the current May 2015 issue of the Singapore Art Gallery Guide.
Besides being able to read it on the actual hard copy of the SAGG, one can find the article on SAGG’s website as well, by clicking the following link:
We remain to be lovers of Art! and we shall echo what I wrote previously: We are extremely thankful and blessed to be given the opportunity to attend the wonderful exhibition and thereby contribute another review article in SAGG. It is truly a blessing to be able to contribute to the society in this way via the means of expressing our viewpoint through blogging, while at the same time, enjoying ourselves as we cruise around exploring and appreciating Singapore’s diverse art scenes, all while spending quality time together. The most rewarding part is, J and our families are proud of us!
Here is a BIG shoutout of thanks to Ms Irene Marx for your generosity and love for us! ❤
The original blogpost “Imaginarium – A Voyage of Big Ideas” can be found here:
You may also find our first and previous published review article by clicking the following link: