XIE XIAOYING (PART 2)
Nanyang Girls' High School
1
2021
Sixth Avenue Station ‘Adopt-A-Station’ Mural Project
Digital Design
140 x 585 cm

In 2021, Nanyang Girls’ High School (NYGH) collaborated with SMRT and LTA to participate in the ‘Adopt-A-Station’ project. Students are invited to design murals to put up on the walls of the Sixth Avenue Station to revitalise its environment and entice commuters towards positive thinking.

Students worked on the concept of ‘Moving Forward’ and produced detailed proposals as well as thoughtful mural designs.

 

Xiaoying’s design is one of the selected works to be installed in Sixth Avenue Station from late May 2021.

Xiaoying’s mural design focuses on the idea of moving forward in life, to evoke a cheerful mood and encouraging feel in the commuters who travel to the station.

 

To better understand the public’s opinions of Sixth Avenue and its iconic features, Xiaoying surveyed 280 people through an online survey, majority students from the schools in the area and some adults who visit the area, the result helped her to conceptualise the initial drafts and finalise some of the core subject matters in her design.

1
2021
Sixth Avenue Station ‘Adopt-A-Station’ Mural Project
Digital Design
140 x 585 cm

In 2021, Nanyang Girls’ High School (NYGH) collaborated with SMRT and LTA to participate in the ‘Adopt-A-Station’ project. Students are invited to design murals to put up on the walls of the Sixth Avenue Station to revitalise its environment and entice commuters towards positive thinking.

Students worked on the concept of ‘Moving Forward’ and produced detailed proposals as well as thoughtful mural designs.

 

Xiaoying’s design is one of the selected works to be installed in Sixth Avenue Station from late May 2021.

Xiaoying’s mural design focuses on the idea of moving forward in life, to evoke a cheerful mood and encouraging feel in the commuters who travel to the station.

 

To better understand the public’s opinions of Sixth Avenue and its iconic features, Xiaoying surveyed 280 people through an online survey, majority students from the schools in the area and some adults who visit the area, the result helped her to conceptualise the initial drafts and finalise some of the core subject matters in her design.

1
2021
Sixth Avenue Station ‘Adopt-A-Station’ Mural Project
Digital Design
140 x 585 cm

In 2021, Nanyang Girls’ High School (NYGH) collaborated with SMRT and LTA to participate in the ‘Adopt-A-Station’ project. Students are invited to design murals to put up on the walls of the Sixth Avenue Station to revitalise its environment and entice commuters towards positive thinking.

Students worked on the concept of ‘Moving Forward’ and produced detailed proposals as well as thoughtful mural designs.

 

Xiaoying’s design is one of the selected works to be installed in Sixth Avenue Station from late May 2021.

Xiaoying’s mural design focuses on the idea of moving forward in life, to evoke a cheerful mood and encouraging feel in the commuters who travel to the station.

 

To better understand the public’s opinions of Sixth Avenue and its iconic features, Xiaoying surveyed 280 people through an online survey, majority students from the schools in the area and some adults who visit the area, the result helped her to conceptualise the initial drafts and finalise some of the core subject matters in her design.

Secondary 4
Community Projects And Collaborations
Sixth Avenue Station ‘Adopt-A-Station’ Mural Project 2021 Digital Design 140 x 585 cm

In 2021, Nanyang Girls’ High School (NYGH) collaborated with SMRT and LTA to participate in the ‘Adopt-A-Station’ project. Students are invited to design murals to put up on the walls of the Sixth Avenue Station to revitalise its environment and entice commuters towards positive thinking.

Students worked on the concept of ‘Moving Forward’ and produced detailed proposals as well as thoughtful mural designs.

 

Xiaoying’s design is one of the selected works to be installed in Sixth Avenue Station from late May 2021.

Xiaoying’s mural design focuses on the idea of moving forward in life, to evoke a cheerful mood and encouraging feel in the commuters who travel to the station.

 

To better understand the public’s opinions of Sixth Avenue and its iconic features, Xiaoying surveyed 280 people through an online survey, majority students from the schools in the area and some adults who visit the area, the result helped her to conceptualise the initial drafts and finalise some of the core subject matters in her design.