Crafted, finessed, multi-sensory, creative, and reminiscent of great storytelling.
Would you be surprised if I said all the above words pertain to the description of a whisky, and not a piece of art? Well, now you can experience the beauty of both and do it all at once.
Bringing together the intrinsic values of human connection, hard-work, determination, passion and a resilience for the ‘exceptional experience’, The Balvenie is now giving Singaporeans a chance to take a sensorial journey through a new exhibition launching this Friday 26 November, titled ‘The Makers Project’. Held at the ArtScience Museum, the experience brings together six Southeast Asian artists in union with the coveted whisky brand, to elevate and showcase their talents and unique expertise across illustration, visual art, digital art, sculptural painting, contemporary colouring, and design.
In celebration of their shared rich heritage and a spirit of craftsmanship, each artist brings together their own cultural identities in conjunction with a wealth of experience and regional representation – from right here in Singapore, to Thailand to Malaysia to Vietnam to Indonesia and the Philippines.
The six chosen artists are:
Visitors to the exhibition will not only be able to walk through and see the select pieces by the artists, but also learn about the depth of history and pioneering behind the production of The Balvenie itself. Founded in 1886 by the family-owned distillery, William Grant and Sons, the Single Malt Scotch Whisky is distinctive around the world and known for its dedication to five unique crafts. These include:
To explore the world of The Balvenie and The Makers Project from 26 November to 5 December, you can book here now. BURO. readers can enter the code BURO8OFF for $8 off their ticket price, limited to the first 100 redemptions. All tickets include two drams of whisky.
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