The 2020 edition of The LASALLE Show Exhibition, which was held virtually last year due to the pandemic, will be re-staged at LASALLE College of the Arts’ McNally campus from 26 July to 7 August (12pm to 8pm). It showcases works by graduates from Fine Arts, Film, Media Arts, Dance, Music, Theatre and Art Therapy.
This exhibition is particularly special as it celebrates the resilience of LASALLE’s Class of 2020 who had to rapidly adapt to an online graduation showcase for the first time, and marks the transformation of these young talents into industry-ready creative leaders.
An example of this is MA Art Therapy graduate Jolene Chiang. She is the Creative Director and Project Lead for Tapestries of Grief, an upcoming festival on grief support that is held in conjunction with the inaugural Grief & Bereavement Conference.
BA(Hons) Acting graduate Lauren Sim is also making waves in the field of voice-acting. Since graduating, she has lent her voice to justice seeker Niena from audio drama Sacred Guardiansand narrated an Audible Original horror story Therapy Z.
Zahrah Syafiah Jailani from BA(Hons) Musical Theatre has also kept busy and is currently rehearsing for an upcoming production with The Second Breakfast Company.
We warmly welcome you to browse the exhibition under Safe Management Measures and will be happy to arrange and facilitate interviews with any graduates you would like to speak to. Admission to the exhibition is free and you may visit the online student showcase at http://tls2020.lasalle.edu.sg/ for more information.
Leave a Reply