The ‘Queen of the Toy Piano’, who will be holding a concert and a workshop in Singapore, talks about John Cage, being a crow, and her comedic ambitions.
A Noise Singapore arts showcase sees 12 artists creating site-specific works at Waterloo Centre’s overlooked spaces such as the fifth floor void deck and stairwell.
Le Brothers examine the cracks behind a united Vietnam in their first Singapore solo exhibition.
A new exhibition by Singapore art collective DXXXXD takes a look at today’s gym culture – and visitors are free to work up a sweat, too.
If that masterpiece you have been eyeing is way above your budget, don’t worry - there are other things you can look forward to at the seventh edition of the annual art fair.
Street artist Samantha Lo - aka Sticker Lady - talks about her new exhibition, being a prankster and how she puts up her stickers on the streets.
A site-specific installation titled Soil pays homage to the arts centre’s role in nurturing Singapore artists.
First staged in 2003, the Toy Factory production about a city undergoing redevelopment returns in a timely fashion, says its creative team.
As a way of dealing with her Compulsive Skin Picking disorder, UK artist Liz Atkin sketches during train rides and gives her art for free — and you might just spot her in Singapore.
Artist Cynthia Delaney Suwito uses instant noodles to create a tapestry piece — one packet at a time.