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Singapore Artists

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International Athletics Competition

  • Ministry of Culture Fonds

    Fonds/Collection

  • Berita Singapura Series

    Series

  • 1965

    Record Date

  • 1965

    Broadcast/Release Date

  • 00:07:34

    Recorded Duration

  • English

    Recording Language

  • 1982000264

    Accession No.

  • Audiovisual

    Type

  • U-Matic

    Format

  • Access permitted

    Conditions Governing Access

  • Use and reproduction require written permission from depositing agency/donor

    Conditions Governing Reproduction


  • Synopsis :

    1. Features the work of four locally well-known artists, Seah Kim Joo, Cheong Soo Pieng, Chen Wen Hsi and Lim Nang Seng. Artist painting; surveying his work; artist painting; close up of painting strokes; waxing the lines of the painting; repeat close up shots; view of paintings on the wall; artist painting in colour; close up of painting; immersing painting in water; display of various paintings; another artist painting; close up of the painting; display of various paintings; artist using his fingers to paint; close up of his work; view of a variety of paintings; an artist carving from wood; sculptures.

    2. Sweeping and collecting rubbish; clearing blocked drains; rubbish bins; rubbish trucks; rubbish carts; man throwing a wrapper into the dustbin; woman throwing rubbish into the bin and covering it; dirty streets in the city; sugar cane shavings on the floor; litter on the floor; indiscriminate dumping of rubbish; throwing rubbish down the chute and into the bin.

    3. Large crowd waiting; two shots of athletes running before long jump; repeat shots of pole vaulters; crowd; sprinters competing; crowd cheering; sprinters competing in two races of hurdles; athletes competing in high jump; athletes shaking hands with each other.

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