1 – 7 January 2018: Singapore

Missing: The City Of Lost Things 不见: 失物之城 by 戏剧盒 Drama Box, starting 6 Jan

MISSING: The City of Lost Things is a participatory experience that sets up a personal and intimate journey for the audience to re-encounter a lost connection in their lives. It calls for you to step out of your comfort zone and take chances. Your experience depends entirely on what you’re willing to give to this journey.

#Missing is conceptualised by Han Xuemei, in collaboration with Darren Ng, Jean Tay and Neo Hai Bin.

More information.

Fasciation: A Ruthless Fetish by PAYNK, at SPRMRKT, until 9 Jan

SPRMRKT’s final art exhibition for 2017 features all new work by PAYNK (aka Sharon Yang) that examines beauty and distortion through the lens of fasciation, a rare condition of mutation or abnormal growth in plants that leads to distorted flowers, fruits and stems. This series of work leads the audience to question the strangely beautiful illustrations – and what it is that makes them beautiful or appealing. More information.

The Artist’s Voice – Guided Tours, The Parkview Museum

The Parkview Museum Singapore is a private museum established by the Parkview Group, located in Parkview Square in Bugis. The Artist’s Voice is an exhibition featuring 34 contemporary artists from various countries and across different generations. These works suggest a strong belief in the ethical character and powerful mission of contemporary art to convey visual metaphors about human existence, through strong expressive language which reinforces and highlights the emotional, passionate and human character of contemporary art.

Join in an interactive tour to build your understanding of the show throughout the course of the exhibition, held twice weekly all through the exhibition, and held daily during the Singapore Art Week 2018, later in January. More information.

SPAF Inaugural GALA Concert, Chinese Cultural Centre, Thursday 4 January

The aim of the Singapore Performing Arts Festival is to inspire young aspiring performers, opening up the world performing arts to students. This is the Festival’s inaugural Gala concert, showcasing performers from the festival from the Music and Drama categories. More information.

Migrants Cultural Show, Malabar Gold and Diamonds Level 3, Sunday 7 Jan

This free event is a platform to showcase the talents of migrant workers with performances of poetry, music and dance, an event that promotes diversity and friendship among different cultures. More information.

 

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