What is it:
A Collection of Our Shared Memories is a comic exhibition that puts together local comic works from the past 90 years.
Local comic works from different generations allow us to peek into the daily lives of people throughout the years, which in turn reflect the greater socio-political background of that time. Hence, it is evident that newspaper comics serve as an important tool for documenting historical changes.
This exhibition presents works from the 1920s to 2013 and offers visitors a sneak peek into the long arc of history. In observing the daily lives of past and present generations through comics, we hope to look back on another set of our shared memories.
Venue: Promenade, Level 9, National Library Building
Start Date: 06/08/2013 End Date: 31/08/2013
Time: 10:00 AM - 09:00pm (daily)
Concept Illustrator and Arts Trainer