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Art Club

VISION

An Artistically Renowned Riverlite

 

MISSION

To nurture innovative and artistic Riverlites through the exposure to a variety of art forms.

 

OVERVIEW

The Art Club provides opportunities for Riverlites to experiment with a variety of mediums during the art making process. In Art Club, members learn to use different materials to create dynamic pieces of art and are also exposed to a repertoire of visual arts genres through the creation of 2D and 3D relief artworks. Through the CCA sessions, students learn to appreciate art, communicate visually and value the role of art in society.


Day & Time

Venue

Teachers-in-Charge

Levels Involved

Every Friday

7.30 a.m. – 9.00 a.m.

Art Room 2

2 Excellence Classroom

 

Mrs Rachel Tay

Ms Chen Jia Ting

Ms Liew Hui Jun

P2 to P6







Year

Competition

Achievement

Name of Artists

2019

Singapore Youth Festival Youth Station Project- Logo Design

Finalist

Theme: New possibilities

Artist: Ryan Lee Cheng Feng

2019

Singapore Youth Festival (Category B)

Recognition

Theme: Artist and Citizenship

Artists:


  • Ashiqa Adilah Binte Muhamad Rizan
  • Jashobeam Koh Ming Kiat
  • April Liu Zimeng

2017

Singapore Youth Festival (Category A)

Recognition 

Theme: Artist and Space

Artists:

   ·       Chelsey Alyssa Ow Ning Rui

   ·       Kao Kai Ning Chloe

   ·       Lim Jian Le

   ·       Low Glenda

   ·       Muhammad Rifdi Bin Ramlan

   ·       Ong Kye Kheng Justin

   ·       Sofia Adila Binte Ahmad Zaki

   ·       Swarit Thakur

   ·       Tristan Koh Boon Siang

   ·       Wong Hong Wen

SINGAPORE YOUTH FESTIVAL SUBMISSIONS 


The Singapore Youth Festival is a biennial event in Singapore organized by the Ministry of Education to celebrate the achievements of youths in co-curricular activities. This year, our primary two and four students had the opportunity to take part in this event.


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Transitions of SG Light

Artwork by: Kerrin Ng Yi Qing, Ang Guan Yu and Izabella Wee Li Qi

 

 

“We used colours and dots to form the impressions of The Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Merlion. Both are important icons of Singapore, and we are proud to be Singaporeans!”



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Little Red Dots

Artwork by: Ashiqa Adilah Binte Muhamad Rizan, Jashobeam Koh Ming Kiat (Xu Mingjie) and April Liu Zimeng

 

“Me as a confident individual, me as a ninja, me as a dragon girl; we are all Singaporeans. Singapore is a safe and beautiful garden city that allows us to be ourselves. We enjoy studying and living here. We will together build a stronger nation in the future. Majulah Singapura!”

 

Little Red Dots was selected for display at the SYF exhibition in The National Gallery.


SINGAPORE YOUTH FESTIVAL LOGO DESIGN COMPETITION


Ryan Lee Cheng Feng, a primary six art club member, was selected as one of the 16 winners for the Youth Station Project 2019 – Open Call for Original Logo Designs. His efforts were very commendable as he was one out of only two primary school students who were selected as finalists.



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“My design focuses on how the arts can enable us to discover new possibilities. Technology is something that has changed the way we make art and connect with people. I wanted to present that idea of different worlds connecting through my logo. In my art lessons or in my CCA, Art Club, I am always intrigued when we are shown examples of Art done by local and non-local artists. I like how the Arts enables us to learn and discover new ways of doing things.” – Ryan Lee Cheng Feng


Ryan attended a masterclass with two artists from the design studio, The Workbench. During the masterclass, he learned about the basics of design and was taught how to refine his logo.  


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Learning Journey to the National Gallery


Our primary four and five members had a memorable and fun-filled experience at the National Gallery. Through interactive exhibits and hands-on play, they were able to take ownership of their learning and develop and explore their own curiosities.


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Students interacting with the exhibits


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Students intently talking about the images


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Posing with their own artwork


Collaboration with Rivervale Court RC


Our members joined Rivervale Court RC in raising awareness for the Umbrella Sharing Project through the painting of murals. The intention of the Umbrella Sharing Project is to provide more convenience to Punggol East residents, especially during rainy seasons. 



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SOME VIBRANT WORKS BY OUR STUDENT-ARTISTS


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“Museums of the Future” competition submission by Afiqah Adilah (6 Harmony), is a creative visualization of what she believes museums can look like in the future. Her artwork features a museum with a paintbrush façade and separate spaces for art making studios.

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Primary four and five art club members were tasked to create 3D artworks with the environment as their theme. This artwork, titled “They eat everything”, was inspired by their knowledge of sea pollution and how marine life is threatened by the trash thrown into the oceans.

 

-          Ashiqa Adilah Binte Muhamad Rizan

-          Ahmad Maulana Bin Samsul Kamal

-          Ng Ruey Min

-          Liew Jia Min Vivian



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Using clothes pegs, the primary three and four members constructed their own mini sculptures. 

Can you identify these creatures?