Environmental Awareness and Action Through Art and Science at Temasek Shophouse
Shore Debris Table by Ayer Ayer Project
With the increasing global concern about the impact of plastic waste on the marine environment, international and local efforts have been undertaken across different fields.
Temasek Shophouse, a convenor for community collaboration and a catalyst for advancing sustainability, is hosting the Ayer Ayer Project from 2 August to 16 August to inform and engage visitors on the impact and severity of plastic pollution through the four-part series of visual, experiential, and participatory artworks, suitable for all ages.
Developed by Singaporean visual artist Ernest Goh, the Ayer Ayer Project is a multi-faceted art project which combines art-making, public participation and social innovation to confront ocean plastic waste.
Ayer Ayer Project
Date: 2 to 16 August 2019
Time: Weekdays 8.30am – 9pm | Weekends and Public Holidays 11am – 5pm
Venue: Temasek Shophouse, 28 Orchard Road, Singapore 238832
Organised by: Ayer Ayer Project
Program Partner: BRACK
Hosted by: Temasek Shophouse
Find out more at www.temasekshophouse.org.sg
Photo Credits: Ayer Ayer © 2019
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