Friday, April 13, 2012

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

Now that I'm with the National Library (office is at the NL building, Victoria Street), I get to see all the exhibitions that have been put up for the public. I also thought I should 'archive' them or at least have a simple pictorial record that they once existed. Hence this blog post.

Here's an exhibition that will end on 22 Apr, 2012: "P. Krishnan: His literary Journey".
P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

P. Krishnan is one of Singapore’s illustrious Literary Pioneers who writes under the pseudonym of Puthumaithasan. Focusing on social issues, his writings are peppered with a tinge of sarcasm and a dash of comedy. Visitors to this exhibition will have a chance to listen to excerpts of his famous radio play “Adukkuveetu Annasamy”, about life in the HDB heartlands as well as view excerpts from the Tamil adaptation of the TV drama, Macbeth. This showcase is an opportunity for the younger generation to know about this pioneer and appreciate his contributions to Singapore Tamil literature.

Date: Saturday Mar 10, 2012 - Sunday Apr 22, 2012
Time: 10:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Venue: Level 9 - Promenade in National Library Building
Lang: English

Source: golibrary.nlb.gov.sg/Exhibitions/41106/P__Krishnan__His_literary_Journey.aspx (last accessed 13 Apr 2012)

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

P. Krishnan: His literary Journey

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