15 – 21 January 2018: Singapore

Acts of Voicing Artist Panel, Parkview Museum Singapore, 19 Jan, 3pm

Moderated by Dr. Michelle Lim, Acts of Voicing is a dialogue session which presents the experiences of Singapore artists negotiating fields of artistic production and concept of the ‘international’. The practices and approaches of the shortlisted artists focus on revealing perspectives about society, narratives and humanism. Such a focus seeks to raise important questions such as the artist’s role in society, and how they can create perspectives related to ideas of change, as well as relations between systems of thoughts, the arts and cultures. Featured artists include Ho Tzu Nyen, Jason Wee, Lee Wen and Shubigi Rao. More information.

Light to Night Festival 2018: Colour Sensations, various locations in the Civic District & Marina Bay, from 19 Jan

Light to Night Festival is an annual urban art event that celebrates the stunning Civic District of Singapore. This second edition explores the sensation of colour through the visual, literary, and performing art forms, and transforms major cultural institutions and parks into spectacular works of art.

The Padang will turn into a sprawling picnic ground complete with a Festival Food Street. Sit back and enjoy a multimedia projection show unfolding across the façade of National Gallery Singapore. The precinct’s cultural institutions will stay open till late over the weekends, with programmes to tease the sensations and bring the experience of colours alive. Four artists – Ho Tzu Nyen, Lee Mingwei, David Medalla, and Pinaree Sanpitak – will also unveil new artworks created especially for the Gallery. More information.

Performance: On the Road Again by Lee Wen, Independent Archive Ltd, Aliwal Street, 20 Jan, 3:30pm

On the occasion of opening of Independent Archive & Resource Centre (iARC) at 71 Aliwal Street, performance artist and Artistic Director Lee Wen will be executing a brand new performance work titled ‘On the Road Again’ on Aliwal Street. More information.

ArtScience Late: Speak Cryptic’s The Anatomy of a Heartbreak, ArtScience Museum, 18 Jan, 7pm

Speak Cryptic’s The Tribe in collaboration with Ape Studios and The Kaizen M.D, promises a journey of catharsis. Featuring characters from visual artist, Speak Cryptic, experience anger, frustration and despair through this live art installation. Free on a first-come-first-served basis. Limited capacity. More information.

Aliwal Urban Art Festival 2018, Aliwal Arts Centre, 20 Jan, 5pm – late

The fifth edition of the Aliwal Urban Art Festival (part of Singapore Art Week) is bigger this year, including live artmaking, performances, film screenings, a variety of street food, an artist market, and…a tent challenge! More information.


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