Old vinyl records get artsy face lift to raise money for kids’ music education

Photo: Brandon Tay, inspired Future Sound of London’s “Dead Cities”

From now to Jan. 6, 2015, Singled Out – an art exhibit presented by the fFurious creative agency and featuring ‘refreshed’ vinyls by 50 local artists – will occupy the space at The Connoisseur Concerto (TCC) The Gallery.

Each artist was invited to reflect on how music had changed their lives and to pick a song that impacted them most. The song was then used as inspiration for turning old vinyl records and sleeves into pieces of art, which will be auctioned off after the exhibition to raise money for the Thunder Rock School to organise a music outreach programme for financially challenged kids.

Ginette Chittick
Photo: Ginette Chittick, inspired by Sonic Youth’s “Mary-Christ”

Participating artists include Aiwei Foo, Amanda Keisha Ang, Ampulets, Brandon Tay, Ginette Chittick, Fleecircus, Kiat and Speak Cryptic.

Singled Out is opened to the public at TCC “The Gallery” on 51 Circular Road.

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