5 – 11 Dec 2016: Singapore


Cheng Ran: In Course of the Miraculous (Southeast Asian premiere) by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore
Sunday 11 Dec 2016, 11am-9pm
Following its world premiere at the 14th Istanbul Biennial in 2015, and screenings at Art Basel, K11 Art Foundation in Hong Kong and across China earlier this year, this 9-hour film will have its first Southeast Asian screening at the Institute of Contemporary Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts.
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PRISM : The Surrounding City by Toy Factory Productions
Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film
7 – 11 Dec
A pre-show exhibition to the February 2017 staging of the play Prism written Goh Boon Teck, exploring a city and the cost of destroying iconic aspects of its heritage to achieve its ambitions.
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CLOSER TO THE EDGE: Playfreely x Asian Meeting Festival (JPN)
8 – 9 Dec, 8pm
The Observatory collaborates with Japan’s Asian Meeting Festival (AMF) to present the fourth edition of acclaimed experimental music festival Playfreely. The 2-night festival features 15 musicians from across the world, predominantly Japan and Southeast Asia.
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Migrant Worker Poetry Competition Finals
11 Dec 4-6pm at National Gallery Auditorium
The migrant worker poetry competition aims to showcase and celebrate the literary work of transient foreign workers in Singapore.
Proof of Existence by Haque Centre for Art and Creativity
Saturday 10 Dec 8pm, Sunday 11 Dec 2pm
A culmination of 8 weeks of experimentation, this showcase features a series of individually crafted performance works through mediums that cross genres, including sound, spoken word, movement and monologue. Admission is on a pay-what-you-can basis (suggested $10) Seats are limited. RSVP here. More information.
The Art of Short Scripts: Table Read of Bad Ass Shorts by Haque Centre for Art and Creativity 
Sunday, 11 December 2016, 6pm
Free admission. Seats are limited. 
Student participants of The Art of Short Scripts workshop at HCAC conduct a dramatic reading of writings by other students. Come laugh, sigh, think, and ponder with us as they pay homage in our very own way to one of the greatest exercises in scriptwriting: the dramatic read. RSVP here. More information.
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