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Nüwa brings theatre arts entrepreneurs and professionals to Republic Polytechnic's Career Fair

Nüwa is all about connecting artists, at all stages of their careers. And that is just what we were up to a week ago at Republic Polytechnic. A big thank you to Nüwa guest speakers: Gwen Pew from Centre 42, and Emily Png and Stuart Wee, the creative couple behind Andsoforth. These art industry professionals generously shared their career experiences with the Republic Polytechnic students, staff and alumni as part of RP’s Career Fair 2018. Here's a little introduction to our speakers who came along to RP: Gwen Pew, Communications & Programmes ...

We all crave it... 'Instant Fame'. Pop Art Exhibition Jan 2018.

Orange Gallery Singapore and Utterly Art Gallery are proud to present the first ever INSTANT FAME, a Singaporean Pop Art group exhibition that the collective hope will become an annual event. Featuring Nüwa member Billy Ma, Stefanie Hauger, Leo Liu Xuanqi, Andre Tan, Justin Lee, Iskander Walen, and TR853-1 (Traseone). Here's a little more about Nüwa member, Canadian artist Billy Ma who is the main force behind Booda Brand, and ...

Nüwa Connect Street Art Gallery with Street Kids

Blue Dragon Children's Foundation based in Hanoi have received a fantastic boost to their work with street kids and vulnerable young adults. Singapore's 'Addicted Gallery', are helping the charity (in partnership with United World College of SEA, and Nüwa), to bring a group of Blue Dragon kids on a positively life-changing trip to Singapore, where they will partake in a series of street art workshops with Singapore's very own RSCLS. The trip and the workshops will be a positive challenge for the kids - many of whom are living in extreme ...

World Citizen Artists Competition Now Open

WHEN MUSIC AND ART MEETS POLITICS TO REPRESENT ACTIVISM FOR PEACE: MAKE EVERYTHING POSSIBLE! This is a Call to Musicians - Photographers - Visual Artists Who Care About the Future of our World! COMPETE FOR PEACE - NOT WAR (Free Entry) This second worldwide World Citizen Artists Awards initiative ‘Compete for Peace – Not War’ has reunited some of the most influential nonprofit organisations, musicians and artists to make it possible for emergent and established artists alike to be recognised for works that promote ‘Peace’ and have the chance to win a World Citizen Artists Award. ...