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Saturday 16 Jun '18 | 10 - 12pm 

Admission is free but registration is required

Limited to 20 pax per session

All ages are welcome!


For this week's session, we welcome all interested in sketching to join us over a special 1.5-hour program in collaboration with 2 artists—Don Low and James Tan.


Participants will take inspiration from various artworks showcased in Challenging Beauty: Insights into Italian Contemporary Art exhibition as well as the surrounds of The Parkview Museum Singapore after a brief guided tour by our museum assistants.

About the Artists

Don Low

Don Low, born and bred in Singapore, graduated with a Master in Animation from Savannah College of Art & Design, Georgia, United States in 2008. Currently, he is a freelance illustrator, and teaches drawing part-time in 2 local universities.

Don Low’s passion is drawing and sketching as much as time allows him to do so. He has over 20 years of experience as a local illustrator and comic artist. He is well-known for being an artist who can deliver in several mediums and art forms, including both digital and traditional mediums (watercolour, pen & ink, oil and acrylics, etc), comic and caricature art, and figure drawing. His works are featured in The Art of Urban Sketching, An Illustrated Life 2,  Urban Sketchers Singapore Vol 1, and Urban Sketching: The Complete Guide to Techniques and etc.

James Tan

James Tan likes to sit in a kopitiam and draws what he observes. An illustrator and comic artist, he worked previously as a creative director in an animation studio. His first graphic novel Final Resting Place, which he wrote and drew, was published in November 2017. His work has been featured in Urban Sketchers Singapore Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, and the Liquid City anthology published by Image Comics. He has also published his travelogue art-book, The World is So Big, based on his six-month journeying around the world.

The Parkview Museum is now Permanently Closed. Thank you for your patronage.
 We look forward to welcoming you to The Parkview Museum Beijing.

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