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  1. Hawkers, aliens, zombies: Comic books put a twist on Singapore’s history

    New collective Comics Of Singapore Histories Studios are putting an unusual spin on local heritage and history with a series of comic books, such ...
  2. Bringing art closer to home

    Art has been moving out of gallery spaces into cafes, boutiques and even malls. Now, artists and curators are showcasing artworks to the public in ...
  3. Collective consciousness to replace God: author Dan Brown

    Humanity no longer needs God but may with the help of artificial intelligence develop a new form of collective consciousness that fulfils the role ...
  4. Pioneer performance artist Amanda Heng inspires next year’s Singapore Fringe Fest

    The 14th edition revolves around the theme Let’s Walk, which is the title of an iconic 1999 performance by the Cultural Medallion recipient. Other ...
  5. Trippy enough for you? Be mesmerised by this new GIF festival

    The inaugural Noise X GIF Fest features 90 fascinating creations splashed on big digital screens. From its crude roots in 1987, the GIF is now set ...
  6. Art for pets? This unusual exhibition in Singapore was made for cats and dogs

    Local artists collaborated with animal behaviourists and veterinarians to create 10 pet-friendly interactive installations, including a maze for ...
  7. From Malay weddings to forgotten Singapore histories, artist Fyerool Darma explores his roots

    He once burned all his paintings to start anew. Now, artist Fyerool Darma taps into the past and present to create artworks that look at the ...
  8. Commentary: Apple Park and the trouble with modern workplaces

    It is pointless to build tech campuses like Apple Park and make people hot-desk, says the Financial Times’ John Gapper.
  9. The more successful Singapore is, the harder it is to attract political talent: Chan Chun Sing

    Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Chan Chun Sing goes "On the Record" about diversity in Singapore's political leadership and how the ...
  10. Dying indigenous cultures? These young Malaysians are fighting back with music and art

    Musician-artist Alena Murang and contemporary artist Kendy Mitot are racing against time to bring back the old traditions and customs of Sarawak’s ...

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