Tag: festival

Review: Journey To Nowhere (Southernmost – One Table Two Chairs Project 2018)

A well-executed, thought-provoking diatribe on the proposed future of local arts. As an “arts festival for the future”, experimental theatre company Emergency Stairs’ Southernmost – One Table Two Chairs Project 2018 naturally chooses to buck the trend of a typical arts festival, acting a critique of the usual and taking on an artist-driven, process-centric approach,

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Preview: Bost-Uni Plues by Ugly Bucket

LONDON – Playing as part of the Blue Elephant Theatre’s Elephantology Festival for new companies and graduates, Ugly Bucket theatre is presenting their new play Bost-Uni Plues!  Everyone says that university is the best three years of your life. The only problem is – what’s the comedown going to be like once you graduate? Based on the

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Preview: Kalaa Utsavam – Indian Festival of Arts 2018 by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

This November, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay returns with the 17th edition of the annual Kalaa Utsavam – Indian Festival of Arts. From 16th to 25th November this year, watch as the region’s top Indian artists gather to present revolutionary modern versions of traditional art forms, with artists such as sitar maverick Niladri Kumar, alternative rock

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Preview: Arts In Your Neighbourhood 2018

The National Arts Council’s mission to bring arts for all continues right on the heels of their announcement of Our SG Arts Plan, beginning with the return of Arts In Your Neighbourhood (AYN)! Running from 8th to 25th November, AYN comprises a programme of close to 70 specially curated activities, spread out over 18 locations island-wide including

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Preview: French Film Festival 2018

The French Film Festival returns this November with a lineup of cinema to thrill, chill and evoke laughter! A bumper crop of around 30 classic and contemporary films will be making their appearance this festival, ensuring that it continues to maintain its position as a film festival that’s truly for all. While French cinema has

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Museum Musings: Three New Exhibitions Opening At Gillman Barracks

Time to make a trip down to Gillman Barracks this month, as the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Yavuz Gallery and Mizuma Gallery each open a new exhibition! At Sundaram Tagore Gallery, get a glimpse at acclaimed Moroccan artist Lalla Essaydi in her first solo show in Singapore, Truth and Beauty, which runs from 26th October to 15th December. Known

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Museum Musings: Sullivan + Strumpf (Sydney) Presents Polly Borland’s Polymorph

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Sullivan+Strumpf is proud to present Polly Borland’s Polymorph this November, in a solo exhibition featuring new work from Borland. Born in Melbourne in 1959, Borland has since relocated to Los Angeles in 2011, where she now resides. Borland initially established herself as a portrait photographer in Australia, having shot for numerous international publications including The

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Museum Musings: Ota Fine Arts Singapore Presents Firoz Mahmud’s Drawing Revolution

Ota Fine Arts Singapore presents a new solo exhibition by Firoz Mahmud featuring his drawings, paintings and wood carvings. Based in New York City, Firoz takes inspiration from Bangladeshi history and the region. Many of Mahmud’s works explore colonial narratives of Bangladesh and its capital, Dhaka, and how they have been transformed by colonialism. Works

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Museum Musings: Sullivan + Strumpf (Sydney) Presents Dawn Ng’s Perfect Stranger

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA “It often strikes me that when someone says they miss something, they ordinarily allude to a person, time or place; when what they truly miss is a version of themselves, which they can never get back to again. After all, what is each of us, but a vessel of vanishing selves?” After catching

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Preview: ear for eye by the Royal Court Theatre

LONDON – “Marchin’ days is over man.” ear for eye presents the newest work from Olivier and BAFTA Award-winning writer and director debbie tucker green, now considered one of theatre’s most original and internationally acclaimed voices. green has previously worked on plays for the Royal Court, including a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun), hang, truth & reconciliation, and random. In this

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