‘Original’ does not mean ‘Unique’
Tacky title aside, the print and multiples exhibition at 8Q deserves a second look. Featuring the Museum’s collection of works from the renowned Tyler workshop, it redefines print-making and questions the uniqueness, or ‘one-of-a-kind-ness’ of an artwork.
More suitable for an audience that understands the basic processes of print-making –
Types of traditional print-making explained by Charlotte Jirousek, Cornell University, in Print Making Processes, accessed Mar 21, 2009, http://char.txa.cornell.edu/media/print/print.htm
10 Jan – 26 Jul, 2009
Singapore Art Museum, 8Q
Singapore Tyler Print Institute – http://www.stpi.com.sg/
Sat 4 Apr 10.00 am – 4.00 pm (closed 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm)
STPI 7TH ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE
Free Demonstrations 10:00 am – 4 pm (closed 12 – 1 pm)
Have a go at woodblock, silkscreen, lithography, etching, or papermaking at our annual Open House. Fun for all the family!
“Auspicious Stamps” a children’s workshop with artist Kelly Reedy (ages 7 – 12)
Be inspired by early Japanese printmaking techniques and create your own Styrofoam stamps to be used on greeting cards or a scroll.