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Level 5, Possibility Room, National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064

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The Art Space Programme Series – Growing Between the Lines: Sketching and Writing Nature

Join award-winning writer and artist Associate Professor Tan Chee Lay as he shares the art of sketching based on paintings of nature on display in the library, and how to derive inspiration from the sketches to create poetic lines. Participants are free to simply enjoy his sharing or take part in the creative processes of sketching and/or writing.

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This programme will be conducted in English and Chinese.

About the Speaker
Writer-artist Tan Chee Lay is an associate professor at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. The National Library's 2019 George Lyndon Hicks Fellow, Tan is currently researching the development and characteristics of creative works produced by Singapore’s Chinese literati. He is a recipient of the Young Artist Award (2004), Singapore Youth Award (2006) and Dr Tan Tsze Chor Art Award (2016). He has published over 20 creative writing and academic books, as well as children’s picture books, short story collections, letters and poetry including Landmark Poetics of the Lion City (2017), which clinched him the 2018 Singapore Literature Prize.


艺术空间系列 - 长,在线条之间:大自然的素描与书写

与得奖作家与画家陈志锐一起为图书馆里自然主题的画作进行素描,然后依据素描来创作诗句。出席者可自由选择是否参与素描与书写,或是纯粹聆听讲座。

201976
下午2时至330
新加坡国家图书馆大厦五楼 Possibility Room

场免费。讲座将以英语和华语进行。

讲人简介
作家及画家陈志锐副教授现任南洋理工大学国立教育学院亚洲语言文化学部副主任。他曾发起新加坡全国学生文学奖、新加坡诗歌节,并荣获新加坡文学奖、金笔奖、方修文学奖、青年艺术家奖、全国杰出青年奖,陈之初美术奖等。撰写并主编华文创作、中英文学术论著逾20种,近年创作有获得2018年新加坡文学奖的《狮城地标诗学》(城市书房)。


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