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Public Artworks

Public art can take various forms, from 2D wall murals and 3D sculptures to performative and ephemeral manifestations of an artist's creative process.

More importantly, the conception and premise of the artwork is rooted deeply in the public sphere, where it is widely visible and freely accessible to all.

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Culture and Harmony at Stamford Arts Centre
Material: Aluminum plate Location: Stamford Arts Centre Duration: Semi-Permanent Collection: Stamford Arts Centre Dimensions: 8m x 1.5m x 0.08m and 12.8m x 1.5m x 0.08m

Culture and Harmony symbolises the importance of Stamford Arts Centre’s mission in supporting Singapore’s multi-ethnic cultural heritage through performing arts. Mounted on the low fence wall of the historical building, the artwork emphasises and preserves traditional culture and heritage in a form that would reach out to future generations. The vibrant blue represents the spirit of dynamism that strengthens new visions and innovations in performing arts, and marks Stamford Arts Centre as a landmark with its striking presence and motif.

Culture and Harmony is commissioned by the Public Art Trust and sponsored by Mr Tsai Eng Rung.

Location: Stamford Arts Centre View in OneMap
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