How much do you know about Singapore’s history and heritage?
Things to do & stuff to see. We bring you some of the highlights happening in April!
Can the energy and vibrancy of dikir barat still attract young people today?
This month sees two lush theatre productions set in and inspired by Singapore nightspots.
While it can be hard to stop certain art forms from disappearing with the passage of time, these Sin...
Discover how the arts have made a change in the lives of some of our fellow everyday Singaporeans.
Because art is long & life is short.
5 things to know about the Beijing People’s Art Theatre.
AHC announced that their new festival director for the SIFA is Gaurav Kripalani.
When ‘Tropicana’, a world-class Las Vegas style nightspot was launched in the heart of Orchard R...
The recently re-opened Sengkang Public Library at Compass One Mall is bigger and prettier.
GoLi will be making its maiden voyage to Rotterdam for the prestigious International Community Arts ...
Boo Junfeng’s Apprentice has picked up yet another accolade.
Michelle Chong wins Best Director Award at Canada International Film Fest
The National Library has partnered with Bodleian Libraries to present Shakespeare in Print: The Firs...
Nansi sees her new role as an extension of her passions.
National Gallery Singapore will be presenting a retrospective of renowned artist Yayoi Kusama.
SING JAZZ returns to Marina Bay Sands for the 4th year!
To veteran choreographer Yan Choong Lian, dance is an art form and a set of values.
A love for work and dogged determination is what drives multidisciplinary fine artist Sarah Choo Jin...
Effectively bilingual, author/poet Isa Kamari says writing in Malay has always been a choice.
Creating beguiling sonic worlds is what sound designer Philip Tan does best.
Singapore jazz legend Louis Soliano improvises life and music.
Stand-up comedian Sharul Channa shares how she strives to #BeBoldForChange.
Artist Kim Whye Kee shares how pottery helped to turn him over a new leaf while behind bars.
Bookseller Denise Tan doesn’t let a few stumbling blocks get in her way of bringing enjoyable stor...
The Young People’s Performing Arts Ensemble develops appreciation of Chinese language and culture ...
Can comics be the next big thing in Singapore?