Mama on Palette Episode 7: Wearable Art
Drawn by a common appreciation for art, architect and wedding dress designer Anseina (Ans) partnered with mumpreneur Erlyn (Ein), who has experience in the retail, events, and media industries, in 2017 to establish Ans-ein: a wearable art in Singapore.With original designs, the clothes are also made to be mummy-friendly, suitable for any body shape, and can be worn in a myriad of fashionable ways to create multiple styles!With a motto of "Everybody is an artist", tune in to this episode of Mama on Palette to hear how Mama Anseina (Ans) worked with Mama Erlyn (Ein) to start their unique brand of wearable art, Ans-ein.
Mama on Palette Podcast Episode 6: Building a Creative Community
Mama Jayce Tham co-founded CreativesAtWork in 2012 to match media freelancers to potential project owners to produce high-quality creative works. With a community of more than 1500 members, her wide network across Southeast Asia matches 300 projects to freelancers annually.Jayce and her community are also actively involved in charting the development of the future of the freelance industry. They are involved in several workgroups such as Singapore's Ministry of Manpower, NTUC, as well as Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore to help shape policies and the future of the freelance economy in Singapore.Tune in to this episode of Mama on Palette and hear how Mama Jayce juggles motherhood, community, and business, as well as learn more about their first published book "The Business of Freelancing”, and Asia's first tri-format podcast "The Freelance Creative Exchange"!
Mama on Palette Podcast Episode 5: NFT & Art - Should You Jump Onto It?
NFT (non-fungible token) is no longer a new buzzword. In 2021, “Everydays: The First 5,000 Days,” a piece of digital artwork by the 41-year old artist, Mike Winkelmann (Beeple) was sold in the form of an NFT for $69.3 million, becoming one of the most expensive art pieces alongside likes of Picasso, Rothko, van Gogh and Monet. Curious and eager to get onto this trend yourself?Tune in to this episode of Mama on Palette and learn how Si Qi (@laughandbelly), a self-taught creative director, featured illustrator, and 2D animator, started her journey in making NFT art and her tips on how you can get started! :)
Mama on Palette Podcast Episode 4: Protect Your Intellectual Property
In November 2021, changes have been made to the Copyright Act in Singapore. Creators are now have enhanced rights in protecting their work, assisting them in building their reputation and growing their businesses.So... what is the Copyright Act? How is it relevant to us, and what are the precautions to take before publishing our creative arts?Tune in to this episode of Mama on Palette podcast as we welcome Esther Wee, Head of IP at Harry Elias Partnership, to share with you the common misconceptions surrounding IP, as well as tips to mitigate IP-related risks! :)
Mama on Palette Podcast Episode 3: From Dentist to Artist
Richa was born and bought up in India, and have been living in Singapore happily with her little one in the past three and a half years.A dentist by education, she took the leap of faith to follow her passion and became a full time watercolor artist, educator and eBook author. ‘Entering the world of art makes me complete,’ Richa admitted. Now she’s on a mission to help hobbyist to paint like a pro and follow their dreams and live life to the fullest!Listen to this episode to know more about Richa’s story to switch from being a dentist to an artist, and what makes her to carry on with her dream.