Insider’s Guide Issue 14

Published on 13 April 2015

Many of us love the arts but can’t afford the time or don’t know where to start. Here’s a nifty guide of handpicked events which should give you a good flavour of Singapore’s busy arts scene.


17 Apr – 18 May
Various Locations & Timings
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Singapore HeritageFest 2015 is back with over 100 talks, tours and exhibitions that celebrate Singapore’s diverse culture. Choose between spending a Night out at Tiong Bahru, hop on heritage trails from Toa Payoh to Queenstown, or take an architectural tour of our beloved museums!



18 Apr, 7.30pm
Aliwal Arts Centre
$25 – $45

The Pun-loving indie-rock quintet Take Two (SG) are all geared up to take you on a visually extravagant, supersonic adventure with the launch of their first five-track EP entitled PAIRS.



17 – 18 Apr, 7.30pm
F1 Pit Building
$12 – $25

Who says art isn’t affordable? With over 70 galleries lined up with fresh new works just in time for Spring, get to own a piece of art from as low as $100, all while indulging in interactive studio tours and a special ‘AAFter’ party special.



17- 30 Apr, Various Timings
GV Suntec City, GV Vivocity, National Museum of Singapore
$13, $10 for SFS and UniSIM Members

With 40 titles from 6 different territories, the 3rd edition of the Singapore Chinese Film Festival promises a diverse and introspective showcase of Chinese cinema. Highlights include a special 11-film retrospective of Chinese classics by director Lee Hsing.



23 & 24 Apr, 8pm
Cairnhill Arts Centre #01-07/09 & #03-03/04, 126 Cairnhill Rd
Free Admission

Dive into an evening of intimate dance performance where artists share their creative journeys in short dance works at the newly renovated Arts Fission Garden Studio, a new creative space designed to help articulate and share personal dance ideas with a personalised audience.


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