Exhibition

2 May to 5 May 2019

Kindle: The Siaw-Tao’s Fundraising Exhibition

2 May to 5 May 2019

Kindle: The Siaw-Tao’s Fundraising Exhibition is an exhibition conceived by the Siaw-Tao Chinese Seal Carving, Calligraphy, Painting Society. As part of Siaw-Tao’s continuous effort to promote the traditional Chinese art forms in Singapore. myriad of events, activities have been organised, publications published and documentaries produced over the years and more funds would be needed to allow the Society to strive on in the future. The exhibition showcases hundred over works of Chinese calligraphy, painting and seal carving by its very own members and their genres range from flowers and birds, landscapes to portrais. They are up for sale with 80% of the proceeds donated to Siaw-Tao and the Society looks forward to the generous support of the public.

Exhibition Dates/Time:

2 May 2019 – 5 May 2019

11am – 8pm

Opening Ceremony:

2 May 2019, Thursday, 7pm

Free admission!

*80% of the sale proceeds from this Exhibition will go to the Society

 

Siaw-Tao Chinese Seal Carving, Calligraphy and Painting Society was founded in 1971, and over the years, the Society has spared no effort in promoting the art of seal carving, calligraphy and painting. Through organising exhibitions both locally and overseas, workshops, and sharing sessions, Siaw-Tao brings Chinese art to the public in hope that more would appreciate the beauty of these traditional artforms and understand its value in contemporary context. Siaw-Tao also records the artistic journeys and experiences of its members, established and young alike, through the commission of art documentaries and publication of catalogues and newsletters. These are shared with the public and have been very much well-received. 

As the Society’s expenditure increases with time, Siaw-Tao has organised a fundraising exhibition to finance its future activities and 80 % of the sale proceeds from this Exhibition will go to the Society. Siaw-Tao hopes to raise ample funds to continue bring good ideas to fruition and allow meaningful activities to be realised. 

Last but not least, we would like to thank our friends and fellow artists for their patronage and nurturance of the local Chinese arts all these years. We look forward to your continuous support and together shall we strive for the promotion and development of Chinese painting, calligraphy and seal carving in Singapore!