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Backstage with Project Plait

Ahead of showtime, Naomi Tan, dancer and choreographer of food x dance performance A Samsui Love Sto...

A PLAY ON PO(O)P ART?

It may be a turd, but it’s one glossed-up turd that’s not to be tossed.

WHO’S ON THIS WEEKEND? 20 – 22 JULY

Love, loss and life are in the spotlight this week. Feel what it’s like to say goodbye to someone ...

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? 13 – 15 JULY

This week, walk down memory lane and bring back that fuzzy nostalgic rush from your childhood with a...

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? 6 – 8 JULY

This week, immerse yourself in a “rainforest” rich in art and stories, enjoy an adaptation of on...

Why arts & culture are essential for a sustainable future

With increased cultural diversity and the growing complexities of our global village, there is a gre...

How art can build bridges: a volunteer’s experience of Arts Day at Thye Hua Kwan Hospital

As an introvert, I initially found the idea of interacting with much older strangers daunting, even ...

Art For All Ages

Mention the word “art” and the first thing that may come to mind are the masterpieces that we en...

A List Challenge: Guess the Public Art Space!

How well do you know Singapore? Can you guess where all these artworks are located?

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? 29 JUNE – 1 JULY

This week, be inspired by friendship and art! Enjoy the dreamy works of Ohata Shintaro at his solo e...

News

7 skills your child can pick up in a drama workshop this June

With the school holidays in full swing, you may be racking your brains on how to keep the kiddos occ...

A Walk in the Park with the works of Takemitsu

Members of the audience are invited to approach dancers, artists and curators in the musical garden ...

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (6-8 APR)

Led by director Kim Pearce, “Inside the Rehearsal Room” takes participants on a journey of under...

WEB EXCLUSIVE
STEPHEN HAWKING (1942 -2018)

Physicist and best-selling author Stephen Hawking passed away this Wednesday at his home in Cambridg...

WEB EXCLUSIVE
MUSICIAN AND COMEDIAN SIVA CHOY, 1947 – 2018

Siva Choy, the local musician and comedian best known for writing and performing the 1991 iconic Sin...

Arts on Demand

A new drama features Singapore’s arts and culture scene on Toggle.

Dance Journey

Sri Warisan, a performing arts company founded by Cultural Medallion recipient Som Said in 1997, cel...

Watch This Space

More performance venues available with reopening of University Cultural Centre.

WEB EXCLUSIVE
Q&A WITH HERITAGE VOLUNTEER GUIDE SAM YUN-SHAN

This history lover is more than happy spending her weekends showing people fascinating facets of Sin...

WEB EXCLUSIVE
HELP FYM SUMMER GET TO SXSW MUSIC FEST!

Local singer-songwriter Fym Summer is the only Singaporean musical artist that has been invited for ...

PROFILE

Backstage with Project Plait

Ahead of showtime, Naomi Tan, dancer and choreographer of food x dance performance A Samsui Love Sto...

10 cool facts about Siti Khalijah and How Did The Cat Get So Fat?

A rising actress who embraces the traits that make her stand out, Siti Khalijah divulges that her ne...

Q&A WITH MULTI-TALENTED MUSICIAN MASIA ONE

With her song featured on the trailer of the “Fast and the Furious 8” , and collaborations with ...

Q&A WITH ARTIST ZAI KUNING

Dapunta Hyang: Transmission of Knowledge by Zai Kuning was presented at the Singapore Pavilion for t...

Q&A: EDITOR & WRITER JOCELYN LAU

This experienced editor, who is also an author and publisher, offers words of wisdom on writing and ...

WEB EXCLUSIVE
Q&A WITH AUTHOR CLARISSA GOENAWAN

The stay-at-home mother of three young girls shares her journey in launching her debut novel “Rain...

Holding The Strings

Tan Beng Tian, a puppeteer with passion, describes her artistic journey.

One Small Voice: Clarence Chan

How can we grow the Singapore music scene? Clarence Chan, founder of Bandwagon, shares his views.

Minding His Language

Student Kevin Martens Wong writes speculative fiction while trying to revive Portuguese-Eurasian lan...

Double Booked

Actor and librarian Mohammed Shafie shares how he blends his two roles.

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