Six Degrees presents : Meet & Mingle with Authors & Illustrators
Hello aspiring authors and illustrators!
Welcome to Six Degrees.
This event is open to all - professionals and hobbyists alike, as well as anyone who would like to explore more on the industry or simply want to meet up with authors and illustrators alike.
In collaboration with Ethos Books Singapore, come join us for an evening of sharing and mingling with the Authors & Illustrators community!
Our panelist :
1. Charmaine Chan
Author of The Magic Circle
Charmaine Chan is a writer, journalist, editor, poet and former lawyer from Singapore. An inveterate globetrotter, she has lived, studied and worked around the world, from London to Hong Kong, Guam to Shanghai. Her work has appeared in Her World, The Peak and Prestige. Her poetry was featured in the bestselling anthology, No Other City: The Ethos Anthology of Urban Poetry. The Magic Circle, a creative non-fiction work, is her first full-length work.
2. Tse Hao Guang
Author of Deeds of Light and editor of UnFree Verse
Tse Hao Guang was assembled with parts from Hong Kong and Malaysia. His first full-length poetry collection, Deeds of Light(Math Paper Press, 2015), was shortlisted for the 2016 Singapore Literature Prize. He co-edits the cross-genre, collaborative journal OF ZOOS, and serves as the critical essays editor of poetry.sg. He is a 2016 fellow of the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program and the 2018 National Writer-in-Residence at Nanyang Technological University.
3. Elizabeth Lim
Elizabeth Lim (or Liz for short) is a designer by day and illustrator by night. Actively doodling since she was a kid, drawing is always a fresh experience for her. She loves how illustration integrates reality, fantasy, and communication all in one and bridges new and exciting worlds between the artist and their audience. What fascinates her the most about illustrating is that anyone can do it and yet, the stories and messages one tells through illustration transcend beyond language, cultural and societal barriers. It’s also very useful for asking directions while traveling. When she is not drawing or thinking about what to draw next, Liz tends to her mini garden of cactuses and succulents.
4. Lee Kowling
Lee Kowling is a mother of two, daughter and son, she decided to spend time with them in their early childhood by working at home as a freelance designer.
Kowling is a known illustrator in the industry and has illustrated many works which include , ‘A Home in the Sky’ by Jessie Wee; ‘Chilli Padi’ by Adeline Foo; ‘Miss Missy Mynah’ by Suchen Christine Lim; and the ‘Pittodrie Pirates’ Book Series by Lynette Morrison. She has also illustrated stories on big books for primary and kindergarten assigned by the Ministry of Education (Singapore). Kowling has numerous children's books published overseas, with Australians writers for ‘The wombat Stoles My Shoe‘ by Katrina Griffiths and ‘Hello Cyber Grannie‘ by Jane Tyrrell.
Kowling currently holds art workshops and classes for children in Kindergarten. For older kids and adults, she conducts private lessons and focuses mainly on charcoal, watercolour and acylic painting are what she enjoys most.
• An intimate environment for the Authors & Illustrators industry to get together and network
• Gain industry insights from guest speakers.
• Shout-out opportunity for all attendees to say ‘who they are’ and ‘who they’re looking to meet’
• Hang out into the wee hours, as late as your age permits…
• Mingle over light refreshments
Registration @ 7.15pm to 7.40pm
Greetings and Event Introduction @ 7.50pm to 8pm
Industry Sharing and Shout-out @ 8pm to 9pm
Mingling @ 9pm onwards
*Subject to changes
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries
Looking forward to see you there!
How to get to Emily Hill
Do take note that parking is free but limited.
- The event description was updated. Diff#305536 2018-01-05 07:59:57
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM SGT
- 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Emily Hill
- Venue Address
- 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120 Singapore