Let us embrace sustainable habits through creativity. Everyone, the young and young at heart, can play a part in protecting our precious Planet Earth.
meet our judges
Bordalo II is a world-renowned artivist from Portugal. He creates stunning three-dimensional sculptures out of end-of-life materials. His work serves to remind us that there is too much wastage through our excessive economic and social behaviour. His artform has a purpose - to powerfully communicate that trash can be reduced, reused and recycled.
Assistant Director, Sector Development (Visual Arts), National Arts Council
Natalie has been an arts administrator in the Singapore arts scene for over two decades as a producer, integrated marketing and communications specialist and creative placemaker. Her current portfolio is project lead for the Singapore Art Week and Public Art Trust initiative.
Senior Manager, Sector Development (Visual Arts), National Arts Council
Prior to joining National Arts Council (NAC), Iman Ismail has been active in the Visual Arts in Singapore in various capacities for over two decades, as administrator, artist and curator. Within NAC, Iman manages Singapore Art Week (SAW) and the Public Art Trust (PAT).
Head, Southeast Asia and Singapore for APAC Sustainable Finance Office, UBS
Valerie Lau, CFA is Head Southeast Asia and Singapore for the APAC Sustainable Finance Office where she is responsible for driving Sustainable Finance business initiatives across the firm in APAC. Her focus is on client engagement, staff and client education, and strategic partnerships. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science where she was a Singapore Public Service Commission scholar, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst holder and a holder of the CFA Institute certificate in ESG Investing.
Assistant Director, Sustainability Office, Gardens by the Bay
Priscilla Is an Assistant Director in the Sustainability Office at Gardens by the Bay. She is part of the team that coordinates and drives the implementation of sustainability and decarbonisation efforts across the Gardens, anchored by strong engagement, partnerships, education and solutioning to establish Gardens by the Bay as a beacon of sustainable development and conservation that inspires staff and visitors.