Weekly Picks: Singapore (17 – 23 December 2018)

Exploring Singapore Art Spaces through Art Catalogues by National Library Singapore and National Reading Movement, 20 Dec, 7pm

Join Librarians Nadia Ramli and Kong Leng Foong as they explore early art spaces in Singapore through educational and state-run art institutions as well as independent arts spaces through art catalogues held by the National Library.

This collection forms part of Singapore’s arts heritage and sheds light on the art and social history of Singapore.

Free admission. Register here.

The Philharmonic Youth Winds presents Classiques! Yuletide, Esplanade Concert Hall, 23 December, 7:30pm

Christmas. The time of the year when families and friends get together to celebrate the festive season. However, the background and story of Christmas has a much deeper meaning. In this eleventh edition of Classiques! titled “Yuletide”, Philharmonic Youth Winds hopes to illustrate the stories that make up Christmas. Find out more here.

Weekly Picks Singapore 17 23 December 2018

Coda: 2018 Annual Show, Coda Culture, 22 December, 7 – 11pm

The Coda Culture annual show happens this Saturday at 7pm. Come check out works by all the artists who’ve shown at the space this year!

The exhibition features works from seventeen artists including Erica Chung, Jeremy Hiah, Rizman Putra, and nor.
Find out more here.

You Can Reach The Sky by The Wanderlings, at The Artground, 23 – 28 December

You Can Reach The Sky is a non-verbal, multi-sensorial theatrical experience for typical and atypical pre-walking babies. It follows the journey of a dandelion and its desire to reach the sky. The entire show is created from items that can be typically found at home, making it an easily-replicable experience for parents and babies.

You Can Reach The Sky is Singapore’s first baby theatre production, helmed by The Wanderlings. It premiered in 2017 at The Artground, and has since went on an island-wide tour to various infant-care centres. In October 2018, You Can Reach The Sky reached out to under-served communities, where invited beneficiaries got to watch the performance for free.

More information here.


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The artist, nor, requested an update of their name on 10 September 2020.

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