作 者：Renee Foong Ling Lee (Author), Lee Renee Foong Ling (Editor)
出 版 社：WSPC
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Art Hats in Renaissance City is an anthology of the personal reflections and aspirations of four generations in the new ecostructure in Singapore, from those who help formulate policies to that of the individual artists, who have helped develop and build an exciting arts and cultural scene from scratch and into a viable economic model. As evidenced by the professions featured in this anthology, the scope of work within the creative and cultural industries is diverse, from backgrounds such as history, communications, management, economics, law, science, art, psychology and entertainment.
Beyond theory, the anthology offers an authentic voice of real and lived experiences of the go-to people, their personal role in heritage development, and their thoughts and insights on our, albeit developing, art scene since Singapore's independence.
In this anthology, discover the following and more!
•Behind-the-scenes champions of the arts in Singapore
•Cultural diplomats vs art professionals at work
•What constitutes a conducive art scene
•Which is the most expensive painting a prominent art collector has bought
•Talents that know no bounds — beyond disabilities
•Why "being able to play games" is important
•How museums became popular
•The considerations before starting a theatre
•A career using music to soothe the emotionally and physically disabled
•Techniques or philosophies behind artwork of some artists including Cultural Medallists Wee Beng Chong, Tan Kian Por, Ho Ho Ying and Tan Swie Hian
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