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Whitespace Welcomes Tiffany

We are delighted to welcome Tiffany Singh to Whitespace.

Tiffany’s work will be included in the New Zealand Art show

September 13- October 1 at Whitespace

Tiffany has an exciting year ahead of her; she has just been awarded the Creative New Zealand and the National University of Samoa Artist in Residence for 2011 and will be working on the project with local artists from August to November.

As an artist-in-residence in Samoa, she will transform an abandoned site into a community hub filled with native plants, sustainable food, and religious symbols.

In September Tiffany travels to Taiwan where she has been invited to participate in :

Medi(t)ation—2011 Asian Art Biennial

October 1st, 2011-January 8th , 2012

at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

- looking ahead to 2013

Tiffany has been accepted for a Visual Arts Fellowship through Lucas Artists Residency Program at Montalvo Arts Center. Located in Saratoga, California the Lucas Artists Program is an international multi-disciplinary residency set within a 175-acre landscape, which includes a public park with hiking trails, performance and exhibition venues, and a historic villa and grounds.

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