The Balvenie Presents: The Makers Project
November 26 - December 5$28
The Balvenie Presents: The Makers Project, a multi-sensory exhibition exploring the concept of modern creativity, will run at the Singapore ArtScience Museum from 26 November to 5 December 2021.
Scotch whisky brand The Balvenie has unveiled The Makers Project, an inaugural exhibition featuring art pieces from six Southeast Asian artists hailing from Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, and The Philippines that will be running at the Singapore ArtScience Museum from 26 November to 5 December 2021.
The exhibition marks the launch a global campaign is inspired by the craftsmen behind the “Five Rare Crafts” that The Balvenie distillery maintains in its whisky-making process. The six Southeast Asian artists chosen for The Makers Project embody The Balvenie’s values of heritage and craftsmanship, and their work displayed at the exhibition explores modern creativity across categories, celebrates intrinsic values and thoughtful processes of making.
The artists featured at The Balvenie Presents: The Makers Project are Singapore illustrator and visual artist Adeline Tan, Thai artist and illustrator Phannapast Taychamaythakool, Saigon-based emerging artist Vu a.k.a Caubetho, Malaysia’s batik artist Fern Chua, independent illustrator, designer and visual artist Daryl Feril from The Philippines, and self-taught Jakarta artist and illustrator Diela Maharanie.
The Balvenie Presents: The Makers Project happening at the ArtScience Museum from 26 November to 5 December 2021. Tickets are priced at S$28 and include two drams of The Balvenie single malt Scotch whisky. You can book your tickets here.
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