Studies have shown that art has many benefits to a child’s development. From improving motor skills, language development, decision-making to visual learning, art also helps to boost creativity and promote confidence in a child, which is why increasingly more preschools in Singapore are starting to integrate arts education into their curricula.
The theme selected for this year’s artwork is ‘Citi for Cities’, a global initiative that focuses on improving the quality of life for residents in cities around the world to drive greater efficiency, improve economic security and achieve sustainable growth. Through their artwork, the young artists, all of whom are residents of Singapore and between the ages of eight to 19, have successfully articulated Citi’s ambitions into creative masterpieces that reflect their vision of infrastructure developments globally in the next five to 10 years.
A total of 46 pieces of masterpieces were submitted, 12 of which have been selected to be featured in CCB’s 2019 calendar with each representing a month in a year, as well as in other marketing collateral that will be given to the bank’s clients.
In addition, the bank is collaborating with Hatch Art Project for the very first time in showcasing the young artists’ masterpieces. The week-long exhibition will commence on Friday, November 2 and end on the following Friday, November 10, 2018. Admissions are free and open to the public.
Venue: Hatch Art Project, 8 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 1, #01-02, Singapore 018960
When: 2 - 10 Nov 2018, 10.30am - 7pm on weekdays, 12noon - 4pm on Saturdays