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Bridging Borders: The SEA Lit Project

In the spirit of encouraging such intercultural dialogue, the Singapore Book Council has launched a new programme – Bridging Borders: The SEA Lit Project. It will kick off in Yangon, Myanmar from 3 to 6 April 2019.

A delegation of writers, illustrators and publishers from Singapore will meet their counterparts and take part in various programmes over four days, including school workshops, public readings and a literary forum. The Singapore and Myanmar writers will also be paired up to work together on a creative project. The final works will be launched in September in Singapore.

Visit our website for more information and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for daily updates from our travel!

The Art of the Eye: Haiku and Photo-Haiga

This workshop is for those who wish to explore haiku writing (one breath poetry) and smart phone photography. Haiku writing is a kind of snapshot in words, whereas traditional haiga is the art of painting that incorporates a haiku poem.

As well as a workshop session there will be time for participants to go outside and take photographs that resonate with the haiku they have written or vice versa. Participants' works will be collected and posted to group members as an e-book.

Register here!
Date: 4 May, Saturday
Time: 9am – 1pm
Venue: Training Room,
Singapore Book Council
Address: 90 Goodman Road, Blk E #03-32, Goodman Arts Centre
Tickets: $80

Tamil Type Immersion

Tamil Type Immersion introduces participants to the beauty of Tamil letters at the intersection of language and design.

The activity will be facilitated by designers who will show participants how to create various Tamil text with the materials provided.

Register here!
Date: 13 April, Saturday
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Training Room,
Singapore Book Council
Address: 90 Goodman Road, Blk E #03-32, Goodman Arts Centre
Admission: Free. Register here.
This activity is organised with the support of the Tamil Language Council.
 

Building Our Imagine-nation. 

 
Singapore Book Council (SBC) is a charity founded in 1968. Our mission is to Build Our Imagine-nation by developing creativity, imagination and original thought through writing, reading, illustration and storytelling. We organise literary arts festivals, training workshops and give out awards to recognise excellence in the field.


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All donations collected will go towards supporting the Book Council's programmes & activities. A 250% tax deduction is applicable on qualifying donations. Cash donations will be eligible for dollar-for-dollar matching from the Cultural Matching Fund (CMF), which means your donation doubles in value. 
 
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