Established as an annual event in 2001, Groundwork showcases the works of Foundation students at LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore. Groundwork IV: Small Packages (held at the college between 3-14 May 2004) are composed of works and projects from the Drawing and Art History Courses. Emphasis on the theoretical aspects of Art History, Art Theory and Professional Practice help to foster higher conceptual and perceptual understanding in students. Essays by Tony See, Jeffrey Say and Tang Ling Nah. See's essay confronts the assumption (Ng Aik Kwan) that 'Asians are less creative than westerners.'
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Location code EX.SIN.GSP
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English

Publication/Creation date

2004

ISBN / ISSN

9810509839

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1

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catalogue

Chapter headings
Foreword
Some Thoughts on the Foundation of Creativity

- Tony SEE, 薛承興

The Case for Art History

- Jeffrey SAY

If the Little Match-Girl Could Draw on the Matchboxes

- TANG Lingnah, 陳玲娜

GROUNDWORK IV: Small Packages
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GROUNDWORK IV: Small Packages