Organised a permanent community art project at Ang Mo Kio Public Library which consisted of planning for workshops in 2015 and a launch party for the unveiling of the final artwork in 2016. I invited embroidery artist Izziyana Suhaimi to conduct four embroidery workshops for participants to contribute to a fabric mural inspired by themes of nature, libraries of the future, and Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West. A total of 164 participants aged 7–65 contributed to the fabric mural which the artist then stitched together.
Designed activities and publicity materials for the launch party encompassing four booths for all ages – lotus and dragonfly origami booth, colouring booth, felted bookmark booth, and a flatlay phototaking booth. Worked with Ang Mo Kio Public Library officers to prepare programme layouts and craft materials required for the launch party. Oversaw the flow of the launch, including catering and the engagement of volunteers to manage the booths. I also took over event photography to document the launch (with some assistance by S. Simmons).
Embroidery workshops (Invitation to quote)
Frame for final artwork (Small value purchase)
Catering for launch party (Period contract)
Illustration and design (Adobe Illustrator), digital photography (Canon 5D Mark II, Adobe Lightroom).