"More than just pretty pictures: Learning new ways we can harness art for healing"
This week an article in Shanghai Daily with a short video was published by Liu Xiaolin
She interviewed me on how art can help us transform, let go and heal.
How art can be food for the soul.
It also showcases Contrasts and discuss how art can help us, during these times of the pandemic. You
can still view the virtual exhibition of Contrasts at my art website .
My most recent project has allowed me to bring together old friends and new, working on an experience that defines our history and present – Harvest Moon.
After a long period of struggle, many of us have had to learn what the farming tradition of working in the light of the harvest moon exemplifies: resilience and hope in times of uncertainty.
Through this event, we hope to bring you closer to art, music and dance that celebrate and illustrate both the harvest moon and our human drive. A number of thought-provoking speakers will also discuss their ideas of success, ambition, and creativity.
·Some of the inspiring teams and people you will be hearing form include: The Embassy of Sweden in Singapore, Natalie Turner, Daniel Ord, and Winston Liew.
I invite you all to have a look at what we’ve created here:
And join us on the 24th of April at 5pm SGT/10am BST via the live link at TheExpatFairs.com