This Little Red Dot…​ This Little Red Dot…​

This Little Red Dot…​

  • Opens from Fri, 14 Jun, 8pm to Sun, 21 Jul 2024, 11.59pm (SGT)​

  • All entries are to be submitted to [email protected]

  • Terms and conditions apply​

Bring your vision to life with our downloadable “This Little Red Dot…” template, which you may use to illustrate your vision responding to the theme of Sustainable Future of Singapore.

Submit your completed artwork via [email protected] and stand a chance to win a gift voucher! Only one submission per participant is permitted.

Submissions close on Sunday, 21 July 2024, 11.59pm (SGT). Selected participants will be notified through email and/or telephone call by 1 August 2024.

Terms and conditions apply.


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commission artworks

Check out the four commissioned artworks below and get inspired!
Moses Sia

In the sustainable future of my dreams, every Singaporean is a passionate advocate who walks the talk. Whether young or old, and regardless of their background, everyone gets behind, gets into and gets talking about Going Green in as many ways as they can imagine and with fierce determination.

Cindy Ong Xin Yi

This work, which evokes childlike wonder and discovery by depicting a dreamlike landscape inspired by Singapore’s landmarks, invites viewers to disconnect from digital distractions and reconnect with nature. My hope is to foster appreciation for our environment and to promote a collective commitment to sustainable living.

Bhavani Balasubramanyam

When I imagine a sustainable future in Singapore, I find myself looking at the theme of happiness. By investing in the people of Singapore, enabling them to be happy and healthy, and to thrive in all aspects of their lives, would help to create a caring community and environment. I envision a Singapore where the past and the future can meld together in the present, where the city is at one with nature. In this environment, the people, safe in the knowledge that they can imagine any future for themselves, are inspired to reach for the sky.

Kenneth Chin

My artwork is inspired by my background in wildlife conservation. Over the years, I have seen many of our nature areas being converted into nature parks. Whilst development is inevitable, my hope is that Singapore’s future development would take our nation’s natural heritage and biodiversity into consideration every step of the way.