Supported by Community Health Assessment Team, the exhibition THE DAYS THAT WE WONDER/ WANDER engaged with five multidisciplinary artists to discuss the themes of mental well-being and dilemma.
Featuring Façades: Neo-Noir Portraits
Too often we are afraid of forgetting, and turn to camera lenses in the hope of finding a forever. Parallel Planets collaborates with Lomography Singapore in holding an exhibition titled Façades: Neo-Noir Portraits, open from March 8th to April 4th at Lomography Embassy Singapore.
Stillsunrise celebrated the launch of their first EP, Colours in Black - a collection of original songs with special guest, Linying.
Featuring Art Discovered
Art Discovered is an exciting new initiative by The Art Fellas, acting as an independent platform for young artists to be discovered by the Art market.
Featuring The Arts Fission Company
A celebration extending beyond mere retrospection, The Arts Fission Company's 20th anniversary kicked off with Incidental Performance, a beautifully constructed audio-visual experience of contemporary dance.
The C.H.O.P.P.A Experimental Music Festival that ran from 22nd to 24th January, was a cosy yet extravagant affair for experimental music fans. It featured prominent musicians including Toshimaru Nakamura, Gerry Hemingway, Anla Courtis and members from homegrown experimental and electronica band The Observatory.
'KARAOKE PARTY' is a creative adventure conceptualized by fashion photographer Lenne Chai, with the unique idea to ‘Sing Your Support’ with an impressive line-up of over 35 local creatives, designers, artists and musicians.
HOP hops around the island at times. Situated at the DECK, it promises to be a meeting point for photographers of different proficiency.
TRANSMISSION, a chance for young talents to breath life into their experiences and knowledge through their art. This time featuring 8 artists and an array of mediums, we are invited to step into the depths of their memories and visions, to reflect back and draw out times long past from our own lives.
Featuring A Modest Affair: A fundraiser for the Independent Archive
Raising money for the continued preservation of local and regional performance art.
Featuring Drive @ Gillman Barracks
DRIVE is a four-month long Gillman Barracks site-wide public art project that will culminate in Singapore Art Week in January 2015.
Happening from 6 January to 25 January 2015, Art In Motion (AIM) is Singapore's first curated tour of various art galleries. We speak to some of the local artists involved to learn about their preoccupation with time and identity among others.
Featuring Yeo Siak Goon
Be washed ashore by Yeo Siak Goon's solo exhibition from 10th to 23rd January 2015 at The Art Fellas. Other than the dominance of tropical settings and colours in his works, another dominant feature is the subject of nude figures--the genesis of the title for the exhibition: the affair.
Featuring Leo Hee Tong
As one of the Second Generation Singaporean artists that pioneered in shaping the local art scene, Leo Hee Tong fused Nanyang art style with Western abstractionism into the forefront of his works. Catch the celebration of five decades of his award-winning paintings in a solo exhibition by The Art Fellas.
Featuring Singapore Art Book Fair
In its second year running, Singapore Art Book Fair returns to former military camp-turned-contemporary art destination Gillman Barracks with a wide selection of exhibitors selling art books and zines. Held from 13th to 16th November, art enthusiasts and buyers certainty flocked to the BooksActually and HJGHER co-organized affair.
Featuring Singapore Writers Festival
Singapore's premiere literary festival returns once again, this time contemplating the prospect of beauty in all facets of art and life.
Featuring Supermama Store Launch
Supermama's new retail store opens for business at the Singapore Arts Museum with more goodies by local designers. Head down to check out their range of tableware and you might just find something suitable for your home.
Featuring The Best of You Exhibition By Julie’s
The Best of You movement encouraged Singaporeans to ask themselves, “Who is the best of you?” With that, selected personal stories from the public and artworks from established and emerging local artists and talents were brought together in an exhibition to inspire individuals to acknowledge and appreciate the people and moments – whether extraordinary or typical – that have brought out the best in them.
Featuring exhibition Singled out by fFurious
The exhibition displays 50 vinyl records revamped by local designers and artists, drawing inspiration from songs close to the heart. Auction proceeds go towards the funding of music education for financially disadvantaged youths.
Featuring BijI Mata Mak by Gunong Sayang Association
A play in Peranakan patois, Biji Mata Mak is a piece of living history put on stage. Do not miss this almost forgotten part of Singaporean culture, a classic story of a mother's love.