5 – 11 June 2017: Singapore


Family Ties – till 10 June 3:45pm @ National Gallery, Basement

(Image features film “Rice Ball”)

From Big Eyes Big Mind: “Family Ties is a collection of wonderful films that we recommend to ages 9 and up. However, at our recent screening, kids as young as 6 years-old appreciated the films and a 7 year-old girl was moved to tears by the beautiful film, Riceballs. This is a great collection of films that families would enjoy sharing. The last screening is on 10 June at 3.45pm.”

Tickets and more details can be found here


the insect play

The Insect Play by NTU Epiphany, 8 – 9 June, 8pm @ Aliwal Arts Centre

Written in 1921 by the Čapek brothers, The Insect Play is a masterful fantastic farce in which an inebriated drifter, disgusted with humanity, wanders into the forest, and observes the lives of the insects around him. He looks upon, and occasionally interacts with, militaristic ants, philosophising moths, slick parasites, and obsessed beetles.

An immediate hit on Broadway soon after it was published, the play is an allegorical commentary on society and totalitarianism. Through its disguise in comedy and elaborate staging designs, The Insect Play relates the themes of life and death, morals and morality that still resonates today.

Epiphany’s take on the The Insect Play will harmonise an industrial set-design with an immersive soundscape consisting of digital and live music.

Get your tickets here



Doctors Without Borders film screening, 9 – 11 June, various timings @ The Projector

This regionally touring film festival invites the Singapore public to come closer to the medical action of Doctors Without Borders, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient, through critically acclaimed documentary films. The three films will be followed by post-screening discussions to shed light on the reality of working in the field, the risks humanitarian workers face in the front line, and the efforts to preserve human dignity in times of crisis.

Admission is free.


Art access

ART ACCESS Explores MIZUMA Gallery, 10 June, 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM @Art Outreach Singapore

Discover the meaning and uses of paper in art at MIZUMA Gallery. Participants will be taken on a gallery tour of Carte Blanche: Anxiety, a group exhibition of works on paper by Indonesian artists. This will be followed by paper-making workshop led by local artist Khairullah Rahim. Join us and have fun creating and experimenting with paper!

This workshop is open for ADULTS ONLY. Donations will be collected at the door.

The workshop is open to art enthusiasts of all experiences. Participants are encouraged to dress casually. You might leave with a paint stain or two!

The workshop will start at MIZUMA Gallery, located at Block 22 Lock Road, #01-34 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108939.

Make a reservation here.



Magic Piano, 10 – 11 June, @ Victoria Concert Hall
Produced for Chopin’s 200th anniversary, Magic Piano tells the story of 10-year old Anna who misses her father working abroad. Deciding to run away, she stumbles into an old piano, which transforms into a magical flying machine, a cross between a piano, an air-ship, and a giant sailing ship.

Magic Piano is presented in this new live format alongside The Chopin Shorts, a collection of short films, from award-winning animators. With Lim Yan performing the Chopin etudes, this is a wonderful opportunity for children of all ages to experience Chopin’s music within a unique and colourful setting.

Tickets and schedule here


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