Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun, 2 - 6 Jan
Time: Wed & Thurs 9.30am - 5pm | Fri, Sat & Sun 9.30am - 6pm
Venue: The Artground
Hullabaloo is an explosion of colours, patterns and shapes, which beckons children exploration and discovery. This whimsical landscape invites children to crawl into tiny spaces to uncover quiet hidden realms and run around structures of brilliant hues.
Taking cues from the natural environment, Hullabaloo encourages children to see the space from different perspectives, imagine a world of magic, and immerse themselves in the kind of fun that beats at the heart of creativity.
About Aida Sa’ad
Nur Aida Binte Sa’ad (Yellow Mushmellow), a visual artist, draws inspiration from the expressive and colourful drawings done by her sister who has autism. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication from the Nanyang Technological University School of Art, Design and Media in 2014, and has since worked with a variety of brands such as Starbucks, Uber and Red Bull. Many relate easily to Aida’s work which reflect fun and interesting points of view from everyday observations and personal experiences. Aida is widely featured on various media platforms such as Berita Harian (2010-2018) and The Straits Times (2017) for her illustration, comics and ideas that bring the mundane to life.
About The Artground
The Artground - A Curious Place To Be is managed and nurtured by The Ground Co Limited, a registered arts charity. We aim to provide positive arts experiences across a variety of art forms for children aged 12 and under in an accessible space that welcomes children from every community.
Our vision To let art do, what art does defines what we do. Throughout the year, we present interactive visual art installations that children can climb through, over and under, and the installation changes tri-annually. The open-plan space not only allows children to engage in non-directive play and practise their motor skills but also heightens their awareness of aesthetic elements and sense of appreciation.
On the weekends, we provide a variety of art-related programmes that families with young children can engage in together. These include gardening, performing arts (music, dance/movement & drama) as well as art & craft activities.
We hope that The Artground will be a space where families can feel at ease to come to, to spend some time, to discover, to learn and to be curious.