SCCC collaborates with arts and cultural groups, and community partners to promote and develop local Chinese culture. Through engaging and accessible content, we hope to nurture a greater appreciation of our multi-cultural identity and instil a stronger sense of belonging.
SCCC will be commissioning a public art installation Funderland to celebrate its 5th anniversary in 2022. This installation aims to make SCCC into a highly visible landmark within the Central Business District, by transforming the building façade, public spaces and rooftop garden into highly “Instagrammable” areas.
Funderland will be on display from January to October 2022 for 10 months, as part of SCCC’s year-long 5th anniversary branding exercise. As the display period overlaps with the Chinese New Year and Singapore Art Week 2022 periods, the installation is required to have elements that suit both events.
Tenderers are required to submit design, build/production, maintenance and logistical support for an art installation spanning SCCC’s rooftop garden, public spaces at level 1, and building façade. The installation, targeted at youths and young families, shall include elements of Chinese Singaporean culture, and present SCCC as a vibrant and youthful arts and culture organisation.
A mandatory briefing for all interested Tenderers will be held on Tuesday, 22 June 2021, 4pm, via Zoom. In addition, an optional walkthrough will be held on Wednesday, 23 June 2021, 10am at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Level 1. Registration for both sessions ends on Monday, 21 June 2021, 12pm.
More details available here.
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