Browsed by
Month: July 2010

Round-up for the week

Round-up for the week

I know I should blog for the week, but I simply do not have the time to go over all the stuff that I did for the past one week on the weekend. So here is the round up, and hopefully I catch these up some how over the weekend: Beneficiary Visit to a certain primary school on Wendesday Ballooning Bliss Grand Finale preparation and actual day. My birthday SMU Arts Camp performance Hui Li’s birthday OK, I need my…

Read More Read More

Music Progression

Music Progression

I had another draft regarding my interest in choral music. I decided to trash it since it was becoming more of a recounting post. I try to keep it brief here. I always wanted to be in choir ever since primary school right after a performance my primary school choir put up during an assembly. I did not manage to join my primary school choir. Nonetheless, it did not dampen my enthusiasm. After primary school, I have joined 3 choirs…

Read More Read More

Drawing on Water

Drawing on Water

We have seen sand drawings so far. Now, there is water drawing! Not water per se. The artist, Huang Zhu Lin, uses another liquid which allows him to play with the shapes on water. Watch it! TGIF! Oh, do come down to Project Ballooning Bliss Grand Finale! It is happening tomorrow! See the Facebook event page for more details. P.S. There will be no mass release of balloons on the event itself. Activists rejoice!

Light Stencils

Light Stencils

Kudos to furryphotos for exposing me to light stencilling on Plurk. It is a photography technique whereby the photographer manipulate exposure settings, lighting conditions, and together with self-made dies to create really nice pictures. There is a tutorial on light stencilling on Deviant Art. You can view more of light stencils on Flickr by searching for “light stencil”. Just wondering aloud: Can this be counted as a arts project in schools? I am sure that the students who are interested…

Read More Read More

Racial Harmony Day

Racial Harmony Day

Yesterday was Racial Harmony Day. And this got me thinking: There are more discussions in the plurk thread, but due to privacy settings, most you can’t view it (and I can’t be bother with copying and pasting the texts). Back in secondary school, I was selected for some Racial Harmony Circle thingy, which by now, I have long forgotten the aim of such group. In Secondary 2 (or was it 3?), we set up a booth at a festival that…

Read More Read More