Workshop: Visualising Sense of Place through Map-Making by artist Juria Toramae

Artist Juria Toramae will discuss map-making as an art form and will guide the participants through the basics of creating a map. The workshop will include conceptualising and drawing a map of one’s own imagined Singapore.

Developed for participants aged 13 and above. Participation fee includes material costs.

Venue: The Seminar Room, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Blk 43 Malan Road, Singapore 109443
Workshop Fee: $10

This workshop is by paid registration only. No walk-ins allowed.


Juria Toramae (Thailand/Singapore) is a visual artist based in Singapore. Having had an itinerant childhood, she is interested in place attachment and displacement. Her practice draws on historical and field research and reflects on human relationship with nature. Her work has been presented at the Singapore Art Museum at 8Q, the Singapore International Photography Festival, The Photobook Exhibition for Athens Photo Festival (Greece), the Obscura Festival of Photography (Malaysia), the Chiang Mai University Art Center (Thailand), and The Substation (Singapore).


This is a public programme of the exhibition Arus Balik - From below the wind to above the wind and back again.
Learn more about the exhibition here.

Image Credit: Juria Toramae, Geylang Rain, 2016, digital print on paper. Courtesy the artist.
Sat Jun 1, 2019
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM SGT
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Venue Address
Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Block 43 Singapore
NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore