Rizman Putra


Rizman Putra graduated with Master of Arts (Fine Arts) from Lasalle College of the Arts in 2007, has been actively straddling between performance, visual arts and music for the last decade. Winner of Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JCCI) Singapore Foundation Arts Award 2005 (as part of artist initiative Kill Your Television [KYTV], is a co-founder of the now-dissolved arts collective, Kill Your Television (KYTV), as well as the founder of the electronic outfit, NADA. Rizman has also performed and exhibited his works locally and internationally. Rizman was one of the four artists selected for the President’s Young Talents Exhibition (2005), as well as being included in the Fukuoka Triennale (2005). He received the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology’s (RMIT) Most Outstanding Award 2002-2003. He exhibited his works at the inaugural Singapore Biennale 2006. Rizman is currently an Associate Artist with Cake Theatrical Productions.


LOCATION: After Kallang Bahru- Lavender St, YMCA- Orchard Rd, The Trillium- Kim Seng Rd


Jom* Draw is an installation/instructional drawing artwork that seeks to engage the masses to enjoy drawing as an outlet to express themselves without having the fear of not having the desired skill sets. With an instructional manual as part of the installation, participants are advised to draw freely and post them up on social media with the hashtag #SAWjomdraw.*Jom in Malay means “let’s go”.