Art Jamming Singapore differs from other creative processes because it encourages a free-flowing exploration of ideas without any fear or judgement; this allows for an open dialogue where nothing is off the table when exploring new solutions. It’s also important to note that anyone can be an artist in their own right at work!
The influences on culture in Singapore include Chinese, Indian and Malay traditions as well as those introduced by Europeans during colonial times (e.g., churches). This mix has influenced many aspects of life including public artworks seen everywhere.
The Singapore River is an important landmark for the city. It was originally named Sungei Ujong, which translates to “the river of mists” in Malay. One explanation for this name is that it may have come from a tale about how two young lovers drowned themselves here after being forbidden by their parents to be together.
If you’re interested in finding out more information about the movement or want to know how you can get involved as well as learn why we think creative collaboration should take place in an office setting, read on!
What Does It Mean To Be A Creative Collaborator?
In any profession where creativity is key – from architecture to advertising, design to development – there are certain practices that can help unleash creativity and collaboration. One of these is Art Jamming.
Art jams often take place in public spaces like city parks or museums because they’re designed for people from all walks of life to participate without extensive preparation. They generate an open environment that welcomes anyone who feels interested in participating even if they have no experience with painting, drawing, etc., as long as there’s curiosity and creativity!
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