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Speak Cryptic's Kinves in the Water
Clara Cheong's first piece for ArtsEquator takes her to Speak Cryptic's first solo in 10 years.The exhibition, at Chan + Hori Contemporary , ends today with a closing party at 7 pm and a big reveal. Read the article for more:
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Ke Weiliang"Hi there I’m Clara, an undergraduate from LASALLE College of The Arts." Clara Cheong your bio so cute hahahaha

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ArtsEquator shared The Kaizen M.D.'s Move ____, As We Move: Interview with the Team.

The Kaizen M.D.
Fresh blood in the theatre scene: this weekend a passionate young group of emerging theatremakers, The Kaizen M.D., are staging "Move ____, As We Move", an evocative story about the trauma of divorce on a child and its aftershocks rippling into his adulthood. The multidisciplinary performance, held at Centre 42, blends movement, sound, multimedia and acting.

Hear the production team share more about their work in this video, and read on for ticketing information.
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We are less than a week to opening night! Before you catch them perform Move ____, As We Move in Centre 42, find out more about what drives them to create the show. We talk to Kaykay Nizam, Pramiila Pam, Suhaili Safari and Norisham on their process thus far and what they hope you will take from the show. Buy your tickets through email at Standard: $30 | Concession: $20 BUNDLE PROMO: Buy 3 tickets for a 20% discount on the 4th ticket! #KaizenMove #theatresg #supportlocalsg #sgtheatre #singaporetheatre #interdisciplinary #sgarts #alistsg #thekaizenmd

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The Kaizen M.D.Thank you ArtsEquator for the feature!

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Philip Jablon - The Painters
Watch Philip Jablon's 2-minute mini-documentary on one of Thailand's last active movie billboard painting studios, located in the city of Yala.

Read Philip's essay about the dying art of movie billboard painting on ArtsEquator:

Philip runs The Southeast Asia Movie Theater Project, a fascinating documentation of the stand-alone movie theaters across various Southeast Asian countries, which he has also written on for ArtsEquator:
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