29 November to 10 December 2019

Small Act Big Difference Charity Art Exhibition 2019

29 November to 10 December 2019

Small Act, Big Difference Charity Art Exhibition is a charity art exhibition organised by J’den Teo, TAD Charity in support of The Straits School Pocket Money Fund (“STSPMF”) to raise fund for financially challenged and less fortunate student from needy families. Small Act, Big Difference Charity Art Exhibition features more than 30 paintings and artwork lead by Student Artist, J’den Teo together and his invited student artists who are keen to use their interest in art to help the less fortunate. The event features paintings and artwork in various medium and sizes, showcasing the students’ diverse style and inspirations. Accompanying all paintings and artwork, the students also writes about their inspirations and opinions on various moral, social and enviromental issues.
TAD Charity is a charity effort conceived in 2018 by J’den, then age 12, to help the less fortunate. J’den believes through his art, he is able to inspire his peers to start young, to start small and to start believing that everyone’s contributions however small (TAD) can meaningfully add to form a larger purpose to others’ lives; in making their world a better place.
J’den launched Small Act, Big Difference Charity Art Exhibition, a non-profit charity art exhibition to raised fund for his less fortunate peers.
All net proceeds are donated to STSPMF.
Singapore Police Force Charity License (HH/20190707/0001). The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (“STSPMF”) Ref: Charity Fund Raising Agreement dated 24 Jun 2019.

The Artist – J’den comes from a middle income family of 6 and enjoys sports like Karate, having represented his club in several competitions, local and international. He also develops a passion for aesthetics, painting and strategizing games such as chess and names chess and painting as his favorite pastimes. J’den is currently studying at Catholic High School and is preparing for his PSLE. As a focused and determined boy, J’den also enjoys taking up challenges and always strives for the best in all his endeavours. Impressively at an age of 10, J’den even completed his own set challenge – a 8-km race at the Great Wall of China. J’den’s love for painting and art was developed at a tender age of 4. While currently he is still a novice who is exploring more about art, his favorite medium is water colours and acrylic. J’den paints out of what he sees or experiences; taking them as his muse or subject. He loves to express his inner thoughts with colours and texture. To J’den, every small (TAD) dap of pigment adds towards his greater piece of creation. This is TAD.