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Aesthetics


Head of Department(C/D):
Mrs Joanne Chong 
Art Coordinator: Ms Tan Wei Khim 
Art Members: 
Mr William Chan 
Miss Norzahidah
Ms Nadiah
Music Coordinator:Miss Jocelyn Goh 
Music Members:
Mrs Monica Phua
Miss Michelle Lim

Arts Department Strategic Destination (2018-2020)

A visually captivating and welcoming learning campus which brings people together to inspire, nurture to enjoy arts and culture by going  through the creative processes using the 8 studio Habits.
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TOWARDS A VIBRANT ART CULTURE IN TEMASEK

TEMASEK ART GALLERY around Temasek  

There are art spaces around Temasek which strive to create an exhibition presentation with both conventional and new media. These spaces showcases, our students work as well as how our teachers have creatively interpreted and expressed their ideas through art.

We hope students would be able to  discover deeper into the meaning behind the artworks and discover how art tells a story about people, environment and they would have a deeper appreciation for art.

Those art spaces exist as constructed social spaces, inviting interaction and discussion about the artworks.

the six walls located on level one and two  showcase students' art work during art curriculum time that are inspired by famous artists.

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Studio Habits in ART


We have also incorporated Studio Habits into our art curriculum lessons as all these 8 habits are the creative processes through art making .

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MUSEUM BASED LEARNING



As we embark in a new curriculum, students are expected to go to museums to understand and learn more about certain artworks by local artistes as it would be inter-connected with subjects such as Social studies as well. Hence apart from going out of school we have included some wall murals of these artworks in school bringing the museum to the student in Temasek Primary.



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LEONARDO ART STUDIO



Student's artwork that is inspired by local Singaporean artists is displayed around the studio.

MONET ART STUDIO



Artworks on display here are a form of  explorations of different mediums by students


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ART CLUB SPOT


Art club is an avenue for students to explore with more mediums beyond what is taught in the art curriculum. They are usually stretched further to develop their skills and talents so as to participate in art competitions for good exposure on  various form of arts. This art club spot showcases the artistic talent of our Art Club Members.

ARTI-LICIOUS Gallery


It is a vibrant art space to promote  art appreciation and a thinking culture by transforming pillars at the canteeen into a forest tree. These tree serve as a showcase of different department project for various events such as International Friendship Days

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THE 16 PIECE ART DISPLAY


The 16 piece art of display is a wall feature at the school foyer which greet visitior with its creative and vibrant appeal. It serve as a platform for school staff to ingeniously synthesize the 16 part to communicate the thematic focus for each event that the pupils are engaged in for the school year.

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PILLAR OF VIRTUE


Along the corridor lies a prominent trick eye wall featuring an oversized famous painting, CafeTerrace  At Night by Vincent Van Gogh . Not only does the feature wall joly students' memory of the works of  great artists they have learnt during curriculum, it also adds new vibrancy to the art scene in  Temasek! The trick eye wall has so far been proven very popular with those trying to take a snapshot  for memory sake.

Pupils from Primary Five recreated the local 'Kopi-tiams' and Singapore skyline scenes, inspired by  famous artist Vincent Van Gogh. They applied lines of composition and the brushstroke style depicted  in this artworks 'Cafe Terrace At Night (1888) and 'The Starry Night (1889)'.
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VINCENT VAN GOUGH CORRIDOR    



Along the corridor lies a prominent trick eye wall featuring an oversized famous
painting, CafeTerrace  At Night by Vincent Van Gogh . Not only does the feature wall joly students
memory of the works of  great artists they have learnt during curriculum, it also adds new vibrancy to
the art scene in  Temasek! The17d1676e-4cbb-4616-b626-1ed08d8df274.JPG
trick eye wall has so far been
proven very popular with those
trying to take a snapshot  for
memory sake.
Pupils from Primary Five
recreated the local ;Kopi-tiams
and Singapore skyline scenes,
inspired by  famous artist
Vincent Van Gogh. They applied
lines of composition and the
brushstroke style depicted  in
this artworksCafe Terrace At
Night (1888) and The Starry
Night (1889)

P6 GRADUATION WALL

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After 6 years of being a Temasek pupil
each student would be moving on to the
next chapter of their education journey
but before they do, we would like them
to remember Temasek Primary where
they were moulded for 6 years.
Graduating students go through
ceramic lessons where they mould and
create individual pieces of artwork with
clay to be added to the wall mural as part of leaving their legacy behind.





COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP

TAIWAN Immersion Programme
We are very happy to have Taiwan students be part of Temasek and go through a hands on art
session where they learnt how to paint orchid flowers on canvas tote bags. Through these
partnership programs we are able to showcase how our art lessons play a critical role in imparting
valuable skills to the students.

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SYF ART & CRAFTS


Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Visual Arts is a biannual event that celebrates the achievements of youths. Here, we display the works our students have submitted for the event.


Work hard and Play hard
Our artwork shows us interacting with one another.There was great teamwork as they were working
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PIECE OF US

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Singapore is unique as it is made up of people coming from different races and cultures. We pieced ceramics together like a jigsaw puzzle to show that despite our differences, we are united through one another’s cultural identities. Students were engaged in the planning stage as they did a research on the different aspects of each cultures and races before coming to a conclusion to
piece their ideas together.






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Local Delights


When our batik lamp shades light up, the
artwork illuminates and brings out the
uniqueness of each culture’s identity.The
rich discussion that took place during the
planning stage and the reflection that
followed after the completion of the
project gave students the opportunity to
appreciate the diversity of people that
exist within the community.