SINGAPORE ART WEEK
Singapore Art Week, which runs till Jan 28, is the 12 months’s largest visible arts celebration.
Exhibitions lined up throughout the island vary from intimate encounters in uncommon areas such because the Tiong Bahru Air Raid Shelter to mild projections on main monuments within the Civic District. Here are some highlights.
LIGHT TO NIGHT FESTIVAL 2018: COLOUR SENSATIONS
The National Gallery Singapore places on its finest for Singapore Art Week.
Inside, be aware about a private concert in Lee Mingwei’s Sonic Blossom or put your stamp on Pinaree Sanpitak’s D-I-Y pillow set up, The House Is Crumbling. Outside, the facade of the gallery is reworked by projections by Australia’s Spinifex Group. It is an element of a bigger canvas for a light-weight present, Art Skins On Monuments, created by 30 Singapore-based artists, illustrators and animators.
WHERE: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road and the Civic District MRT: CityHall/Raffles City WHEN: Today to Jan 28. External projections run on Fridays and Saturdays, 8pm to midnight; Sundays to Thursdays, eight to 10pm ADMISSION: Free for exterior projections. Free admission to National Gallery Singapore in the present day and tomorrow (10am to 10pm) and Sunday (10am to 7pm) INFO: www.lighttonight.sg
HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS IN CONCERT
Watch Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (starring, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe) on a 12m display screen whereas the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra performs the rating by John Williams.
WHERE: Esplanade Theatre, 1 Esplanade Drive MRT: City Hall/ Esplanade WHEN: Today and tomorrow, 7pm ADMISSION: $69 to $255 from Sistic (name 6348-5555 or go to www.sistic.com.sg)
ALIWAL URBAN ARTS FESTIVAL
Aliwal Street can be closed to site visitors.
In its place can be dwell music, freestyle soccer, skateboarding and loads of artwork experiences.
Urban artists RSCLS and The BlackBook host a tour of avenue artwork within the Kampong Glam space, whereas different artists create works viewers can play with.
WHERE: Aliwal Art Centre and Kampong Glam space MRT: Bugis WHEN: Tomorrow, 5pm to late ADMISSION: Free, restricted slots for some occasions INFO: tinyurl.com/y74jnysl
The Tiong Bahru Air Raid Shelter dates again to at the very least 1939, when it protected residents from shelling throughout World War II.
Eight artists, together with organisers Daniel Chong and Zulkhairi Zulkiflee, have created artwork specifically for this house, as a part of Singapore Art Week. Look out for work equivalent to Chong’s Unconditionally and Zulkhairi’s Crocodile.
WHERE: Tiong Bahru Air Raid Shelter, 78 Guan Chuan Street MRT: Tiong Bahru WHEN: Until Feb three, Tuesdays to Sundays (midday to 6pm). Closed on Mondays. Artists’ discuss can be held tomorrow from three to 5pm ADMISSION: Free