|Born||1978 (age 43–44)|
|Education||Elam School of Fine Arts|
|Awards||New Generation Award|
Tiffany Singh (born 1978) is a New Zealand artist.
Singh was born in 1978 in Auckland, New Zealandand is of Indian and Pacific descent. She graduated from the Elam School of Fine Arts in 2008.
Singh is an installation artist that explores community outreach and cultural preservation.Her work Fly Me Up To Where You Are received an award in 2013 from the Human Rights Commission.
In 2017 Singh received the New Generation Award from the Arts Foundation of New Zealand.
Singh has received residencies at the Taiwan Artists Village (2017, from Asia New Zealand Foundation), Montalvo Arts Centre (2013, California), and McCahon House Residency (2014, Titirangi).
Singh is represented by the Melanie Roger Gallery.
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The partnership project between Singh and the Auckland Resettled Community Coalition (ARCC), The Journey of a Million Miles Begins with One Step (exhibited as part of Headland Sculpture on the Gulf, 2017) contributed to a research project on learning 'in' intense environments and less distinct educational settings led by Dr Sarah Healy from The University of Melbourne, Australia. The following peer-reviewed publications feature the significant contribution to knowledge about response-able pedagogy made possible by Tiffany Singh's involvement: