Here’s a list of activities and hobbies you can engage in, solo or with your family members, that can elevate your social distancing days to a whole new level – Netflix and video games not included.
For local artist and urban sketcher, Paul Wang (Instagram handle @paulwang_sg), the Moleskine notebook is perfect for capturing the people, places and things around us. He counts old shophouses and Singapore food as his favourite local themes to sketch.
Liquan and Estella have great synergy and are the creative force behind many of the street art in Singapore. They have live-painted the street art in Singapore together over the years.
With the current COVID-19 outbreak, Ching Ng was inspired by Taiwanese medical practitioner Dr Chen Guanting's post on fabric masks.
National Gallery partners with Singapore Tourism Board to bring us international special art exhibitions featuring the works of Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Nam June Paik.
Cuturi Gallery seeks to help collectors to discover and purchase high-quality works by fresh, promising talent at affordable prices.
Now brands like Popeyes, 99 Old Trees, Carrefour, are jumping on the ridiculous coattails by coming out with their own duct-tape ‘art’ campaign.
At the recent Culture Cartel exhibition held at F1 Pit Building last weekend (7-8 December), two young and talented artists caught our attention. Noko, 10, who's the daughter of Japanese tattoo artist Gakkin, as well as Lilith, 12, whose father is Joseph Tan of Visual Orgasm Tattoo, Singapore, showed off their artworks and steady hands at the exhibition. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore speaks to both of the young tattoo artists to find out their favourite category to draw and what their friends think of their talent.
Yayoi Kusama’s infinity mirror room is the piece de resistance in her “Every Day I Pray For Love” exhibition.
Residents requested care workers at the home to organise a life drawing class, together with “a nice handsome” man to model.
Despite their diverse art styles, the artists have a simple and shared message for all: people are much more than their diagnosis.
In conjunction with the Singapore Bicentennial commemoration in 2019, this immersive exhibition takes you through the long-standing and colourful history of City Hall.
Chief Marketing & Buying Officer, Amanda Eng, 34, joined the business in 2014 when Tay decided to hire his-then girlfriend to run the marketing operations as the company’s first employee.
SINGAPORE — Homegrown furniture and design label Scene Shang opens its second store at Singapore’s 132-year-old iconic Raffles Hotel.
For a long time Singapore hasn’t been considered to be particularly ‘creative’ or artistic, but that has changed. Not only is Singapore home to a wide range of talented artists, it now has its own representative at one of the world’s most respected art organisations.
SINGAPORE – As one of the highlights celebrating 200 years of Raffles' arrival in Singapore, two out of three new public art commissions were unveiled on Wednesday (28 Aug). The third artwork, titled Five Stones by Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, will be launched in November.
We are sitting in a room in The Arts House, an oasis of calm and coolness in comparison to the sweltering heat outside, and Yeo Siew Hua is explaining how it took him two years of spending time with migrant workers before he felt comfortable enough to feature them in his award-winning film, A Land Imagined. A Land Imagined (which is on Netflix, by the way) tells the story of a police investigator tasked with finding a missing migrant worker, and the film interweaves themes of human connection, alienation and migrant issues. It won international acclaim at film festivals, most notably clinching the Golden Leopard Grand Prize at the Locarno Film Festival in 2018.
SINGAPORE — Visual artist Sam Lo aka Sticker Lady feels fortunate these days; she recently launched her latest collaboration with Casio G-SHOCK, where only 300 limited timepieces featuring her design are sold in Singapore.
Singapore’s clan associations have come a long way since their beginnings as providers of social services to Chinese migrants here during the country’s early history. In conjunction with Singapore Design Week, four clan associations collaborated with designers and artists to create installation works that represent the values of each clan.