A children’s walkthrough of the exhibition, Silent Hands, and a mask-making workshop. Children will make masks inspired by Khairullah’s pigeon masks using found objects from the Hayy Jameel vicinity.
About The Instructors:
Jean Wong is an artist, curator, and educator based in Philadelphia, PA. Speaking from the position of a Singaporean woman, Jean’s work illuminates the role of Southeast Asian developmental projects in regional and global economics, paying close attention to issues of labour. Jean is also a teaching artist specialising in liberative classroom pedagogies. She empowers her students to use drawing and painting tools for close looking, critical thinking, and empathetic study.
Khairullah Rahim is a Singapore-based artist working across mixed-media installation, object-making, painting, photography and moving images. He is a graduate of Rutgers University (New Jersey, US) with an MFA in Visual Arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2022; and received a BA in Fine Arts (First Class Honours) from LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore) in 2013, where he currently teaches as an adjunct lecturer.
Register through here or through the RSVP link to secure your spot. This workshop is most suited for children 10+.