This March, immerse yourself in a week and more of arts and designs as Singapore Design Week kicks off once again! Walk through an exhibition of creative designs, or even take part in a competition yourself!
Held annually, the Singapore Design Week (SDW) brings together local and international design activities in Singapore. Organised by the DesignSingapore Council, the activities are open to all – from the design community right down to the general public. SDW aims to raise awareness of good design, and deepen the appreciation and understanding of design innovation while at the same time, encourage innovation and productivity.
If you have read our latest issue, the Design issue, you would have read about it under “Celebrating the creative ones!” or Pg 26. Established in 2006, this is Singapore’s very own Oscars for designs and highest honours for designers and designs from all disciplines. Winning entries are showcased every March of the following year and for 2014’s designs, they
When: 20 Jan – 29 March 2015; Where: NDC, Design Gallery 1
Design for Good competition
On 20 March 2015, a design themed competition will be kicking off at the auditorium of National Design Centre in hopes of showing students in Singapore that they have the power to influence positivity and change the world through creativity and great design. The two month long competition, named Design For Good (DFG), is an initiative by Make The Change – a Singapore based social enterprise. Supported by M.A.D. School and with DesignSingapore Council as an event part, the DFG competition hopes to raise more awareness among youths about the social issues present in today’s world.
For more information, visit: http://www.designforgood.sg