360 Education would like to thank our 3 judges for this competition. They are
- Mr Shaun Ng, curriculum manager at 10 Square and the producer of X10 productions. Shaun works mainly with youths aiming to create independent youth arts enterprises.
- Ms Chi Pin Lay, educator and social artist. Pin Lay had taught in several MOE schools including St. Joseph’s Institution and Nanyang Girls’ High. She is an artist whose many works have been exhibited and sold for charity causes.
- Mr Bradley Foisset, an American artist living in Singapore. He graduated with first class honours in fine arts from Lasalle-Goldsmith College of the Arts and has taught art to thousands of students in Singapore since 2010.
Thanks for taking valuable time off from your schedule to do the judging last week.
Judging for SG50 Doodle Challenge at 10 Square at Orchard Central
Join us in the SG50 Doodles Exhibition, Prize Presentation and iPad Doodle Carnival
Those interested to attend can email email@example.com. See you!
We are pleased to announce that the top winning exhibits of the SG50 Doodle Challenge will be displayed at the Jurong Regional Library from 6 – 18 September. There will also be prize presentations for the SG50 winners and an iPad Doodling Carnival with attractive Apple’s and 360 Education’s products to be won on the 6 September from 2pm at the Jurong Regional Library.
Details will be announced shortly. All winners will be notified from the contact details provided in their entry forms. Members of the public are also welcomed to take part in the iPad Doodling Carnival.
Watch this space for new information!
Come celebrate with us!
Here are the winners for the Junior Category:
1st Prize – Junior Category: A Harmonious and Colourful Singapore
2nd Prize – Junior Category: Food of different races in Singapore
3rd Prize: Singapore is where we belong
- Goh Min Yan (Fuchun Primary)
- Venese Voon Jing Xuan (Stamford Primary)
- Wendy Liu Jia Yun (Pioneer Primary)
- Goh Swee Yew (Woodgrove Primary)
- Goh Shin Zer (PCF Woodgrove)
- Rachel Chng (Keming Primary)
- Yu Heng (Pioneer Primary)
- Sorenson Yeo Zhi Xun (Frontier Primary)
- Wan Nadya (Frontier Primary)
- Austin Chua Boon Teck (Frontier Primary)
- Clairessa Tia (Frontier Primary)
- Chen Xiang Yun (Stamford Primary)
- Chng Ya Xuan Renee (Keming Primary)
- Phua Xing Yi (Stamford Primary)
- Liu Xiaofen (Pioneer Primary)
- Belicia Song (Frontier Primary)
- Clare Wong Mei Xuan (CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel)
- Shawn Ee (Greendale Primary)
- Marcus Chong (Frontier Primary)
- Muhammad Al-Shakeer (PCF Sparkletots Chong Pang)
- Atticus (Frontier Primary)
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Dear participants of the SG50 Doodle Challenge
Thank you for participating in the SG50 Doodle Challenge. We have received over 1,000 entries and had just completed the judging by our panel of 3 artists. There were many excellent art pieces. We will be compiling the results and will post the details of the winners next week.
We are also planning an exhibition of the top winning pieces at a National Library Board regional library for 2 weeks from 6 Sep 2015, together with various free doodling activities at the library. Details will be announced once confirmation has been received. We look forward to having you at the exhibition and doodling events.
Administrator, 360 Education Pte Ltd
We conducted an assembly performance at a primary school two weeks ago. Today, we received a piece from a teacher of the school. Although the teacher knew that those above 20 years old will not be part in the competition, she nevertheless sent this in because she just wanted to draw for SG50. We are sharing her drawing so that you can be inspired to draw too. She made good use of the squiggle lines to create various icons of Singapore.
Icons of Singapore
Hey, it’s racial harmony day. That has been a popular theme in many of the doodles received so far.
It is a fun occasion these days in schools, with students wearing their traditional costumes to school.
Did you know that Racial Harmony Day is to commemorate the 1964 Race Riots, which took place on 21 July 1964? In total, the violence that started from a celebration procession killed 36 people and injured another 556 over 2 riots in July and September. About 3,000 people were arrested. It was a dark day in our history which we will never want to repeat.
Multiracial faces of Singapore
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Just 10 more days to the close of submission! A gentleman came to our office today with 3 beautiful entries. He got a bit lost but persisted in finding us. Do call us if you like to visit us for submission and we will be glad to give you road directions. Our tel is +65-68489509. Thanks for dropping by. Keep it coming!
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It’s a new term and 360 Education artists are back in schools once again with more doodling training.
We had one of our the most appreciative and polite schools that we have trained in, with pupils applauding after every piece by senior artist Bradley Foisset and responding in very orderly manner whenever we called for volunteers. At the end of the first session, some pupils stayed behind and posed for photos with us. One told us that he has never been so lucky before, because he took back one of Mr Bradley’s drawing and he said he got to shake hands with all of us. How sweet! We look forward to the submission of their SG50 Doodle Challenge next week.
Attentive pupils watching our doodling performance
Transformation of squiggle into a scene with the Incredible Hulk
Posing with the Doodle Hulk
Appreciative pupils posing with Bradley’s drawing of a Chinese New Year goat drawn out of his name
A caricature of Mr Bean from a randomly named fruit by the pupils – Durian!