After doing the international film festival rounds, artist and filmmaker Green Zeng’s movie about a political detainee adjusting to life outside is getting a commercial theatrical release.
At this year’s festival edition, graphic novelist Sonny Liew will be drawing live, filmmakers K Rajagopal and Lav Diaz will be making movies, and audiences can expect to cook at a stranger’s kitchen or watch a fictional parliament in action.
Meet two young artists who cross boundaries and expand horizons with their art of choice. NAFA student Nur Hikmah is the only non-Chinese student majoring in Chinese ink painting, while Eurasian theatre actor Lian Sutton champions the Malay martial art of silat in the world of theatre.
Scores of unexcavated kilns in the town of Twante reveal Myanmar was an exporter of celadon during the 15th century. Now, a group of people are trying to revive this lost craft for the future.
LASALLE College of the Arts president Steve Dixon’s ongoing exhibition of toys pays tribute to the soon-to-be-closed Singapore landmark.
The National Heritage Board unveils its plans for the year and it includes a lot of anniversaries, a new heritage trail and even a recreation of hawker scenes by the Singapore River.
Brand new musical Detention Katong, and restagings of Normal and Those Who Can’t, Teach put the spotlight on Singapore’s education system.
Book fairs and guided tours are among the 40 activities lined up from Feb 24 to 26.
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.