KERJASAMA: A Collaboration Through Art For Artists Tony Albert & Timoteus Anggawan Kusno
Artists Tony Albert and Timoteus Anggawan Kusno met through KERJASAMA or COLLABORATE in 2016, a reciprocal visual arts residency between an Australian and an Indonesian artist. We speak to both artists about their works and find out more about their inspirations, through this programme.
Nursery Rhymes For Rediscovered Stories In ITSY – The Musical
The Finger Players go back to nursery rhymes to rediscover stories worth telling in ITSY - The Musical.
Claire Wong: Redefine Not Just Success, But “Failure”
As Faith Ng's Normal is about to be restaged from 23 March, we speak to director Claire Wong about our education system and the value of youth.
Two Heads Collide: How A Journey In India Led To Designing Millennial Furniture
“Luxury does not have to be expensive."
i Light Marina Bay: All About Beauty and Interactivity
Running until the end of March, i Light Marina Bay is back with beautifying our everyday streets. Besides the usual carnival and food, what else can we expect?
The Pillowman: Nightmares of Family Life We Never Dared Dream Of
“Our parents fuck us up; and they may not mean to, but they do.”
March On With This Month’s Events
Will you run up 45 storeys for 30 litres of beer?
Raemae Kok Tackling Racism In Her Play ‘Mixed’
Challenging racism and hoping to spread the message of kindness, Raemae speaks about her own experience with racism and her play 'Mixed'.
What Seven Singaporean Artists Have Said That Inspired Us
Artists we adore.
Kult Gallery Launches ‘Choking Hazard’, An Exhibition That Has Reinvented Toys
Kult Gallery is back at it again with choking hazards - an exhibition about design, toys and all sorts of fun.