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Ebony & Ivory

Ebody & Ivory, our first solo exhibition was held in The Arts House in October 2008.

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Ebony + Ivory, a first solo exhibition was held at The Arts House in October 2008. The twenty-odd works in the exhibition embodied this joyful spirit. The exhibition raised funds for two charities that Lim supports, through the sale of the works. One charity helps needy students in NorthBrooks Secondary School in Yishun, which focuses on the artistically inclined. The other charity is a home for disabled children, Karuna Home in Mysore, India, which Lim helped to build some years ago. Here, we can see the strong synergy that can be fostered between the two fields; the art and architecture, benefiting the community and the socio-environment at large.

Maintenance

Ebony + Ivory, a first solo exhibition was held at The Arts House in October 2008. The twenty-odd works in the exhibition embodied this joyful spirit. The exhibition raised funds for two charities that Lim supports, through the sale of the works. One charity helps needy students in NorthBrooks Secondary School in Yishun, which focuses on the artistically inclined. The other charity is a home for disabled children, Karuna Home in Mysore, India, which Lim helped to build some years ago. Here, we can see the strong synergy that can be fostered between the two fields; the art and architecture, benefiting the community and the socio-environment at large.

artistically

Ebony + Ivory, a first solo exhibition was held at The Arts House in October 2008. The twenty-odd works in the exhibition embodied this joyful spirit. The exhibition raised funds for two charities that Lim supports, through the sale of the works. One charity helps needy students in NorthBrooks Secondary School in Yishun, which focuses on the artistically inclined. The other charity is a home for disabled children, Karuna Home in Mysore, India, which Lim helped to build some years ago. Here, we can see the strong synergy that can be fostered between the two fields; the art and architecture, benefiting the community and the socio-environment at large.