Works of Wonder created by ordinary Singaporeans at PAssionArts Festival

Peen Jin Xuan (centre), 6 , playing at the Colours of Carnival Installation which hang above him. -- ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
Peen Jin Xuan (centre), 6 , playing at the Colours of Carnival Installation which hang above him. -- ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
Works of calligraphy and Chinese brush paintings by residents and artists being displayed at the Braddell Heights Community Club on June 8, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Works of calligraphy and Chinese brush paintings by residents and artists being displayed at the Braddell Heights Community Club on June 8, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Photos of little houses in one arts village at Kovan, made out of different materials. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
Photos of little houses in one arts village at Kovan, made out of different materials. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
A tailored Lifestyle. This work showcases how we fully utilise the spaces provided in creating a comfortable setting to 'suit' our lifestyle. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
A tailored Lifestyle. This work showcases how we fully utilise the spaces provided in creating a comfortable setting to 'suit' our lifestyle. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
Father and son duo Wang Xiang Ru (left), nine, and Wang Jun, 44 decorate their umbrella with paintings during the umbrella painting competition held at Rain or Shine! at Marina Parade Community Centre on June 22, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: MARK CHEON
Father and son duo Wang Xiang Ru (left), nine, and Wang Jun, 44 decorate their umbrella with paintings during the umbrella painting competition held at Rain or Shine! at Marina Parade Community Centre on June 22, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: MARK CHEON
As part of the PAssionArts Festival 2014, artists and residents jointly created an 88m long dragon out of old CDs. -- PHOTO: PASSIONARTS FESTIVAL 2014
As part of the PAssionArts Festival 2014, artists and residents jointly created an 88m long dragon out of old CDs. -- PHOTO: PASSIONARTS FESTIVAL 2014
From left, Mdm Chokkakula Mahalakshmi, 38 and her son Chokkakula Satvik, 5, painting at PAssionARTS Village: Memories & Dreams, organised by the Community Arts and Culture Cluns in Nee Soon GRC, at Nee Soon Central Hardcourt, May 30, 2014. -- ST
From left, Mdm Chokkakula Mahalakshmi, 38 and her son Chokkakula Satvik, 5, painting at PAssionARTS Village: Memories & Dreams, organised by the Community Arts and Culture Cluns in Nee Soon GRC, at Nee Soon Central Hardcourt, May 30, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI
A live demonstration of Chinese painting on a 11.5m long rice-paper by Mr Tan Khim Ser (second from right), President of Life Art Society at Nee Soon Central Hardcourt, May 30, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI
A live demonstration of Chinese painting on a 11.5m long rice-paper by Mr Tan Khim Ser (second from right), President of Life Art Society at Nee Soon Central Hardcourt, May 30, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI
Chong Boon Secondary School student Pierre Ong, taking a group selfie with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and some of his classmates at Teck Ghee Community Club in Ang Mo Kio GRC on April 27, 2014. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Chong Boon Secondary School student Pierre Ong, taking a group selfie with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and some of his classmates at Teck Ghee Community Club in Ang Mo Kio GRC on April 27, 2014. -- PHOTO: ST FILE

Make art and look at art. The PAssionArts Festival 2014 has brought together residents in various neighbourhoods around Singapore to create large scale artworks out of old and recycled items.

Over the past five weeks, more than 90,000 visitors have seen these works of community-created art.

The festival is organised by the People's Association Community, Arts and Culture division and will be on till June 29. Find out more about the festival at passionarts.sg.

And for those who want to see what's on offer, here's a sneak peek.

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