SINGAPORE — The Esplanade Theatres On The Bay’s upcoming 550-seat waterfront theatre broke ground on Tuesday (18 June), a major step towards its opening in 2021.
SINGAPORE — From the threat of communism in the 1960s to the schism in East-West values, these are among the broad themes of works by local artists reflecting Singapore’s evolving social and political landscape over the decades at an upcoming exhibition.
Land reclamation has always been part of Singapore’s history in order to construct new space for a growing population. With this theme in mind, National Gallery Singapore has commissioned artist Charles Lim Yi Yong to transform its Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden into a social space that facilitates deeper understanding of the complexity and intricacies of the reclamation landscape. Titled SEA STATE 9: proclamation garden, it is the Gallery’s first Roof Garden Commission by a Singapore artist, and also Lim’s first extensive foray into re-designing a physical space for his work.
SINGAPORE — 23 films and additional programmes have been added to the lineup for the 42nd Singapore International Festival of Arts this year.
Earlier today, the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) announced its members’ visitor figures for 2018, with some surprising (and some not so surprising) results.
Seeing the world through the lens of a child, Matilda the Musical captures the excitement of youth and wide-eyed innocence.
Held from 16 May to 2 June, the three-week festival - commissioned by the National Arts Council and organised by Arts House Limited - is set to showcase productions beyond the traditional disciplines of music, theatre, and dance, including those incorporating technology and multidisciplinary works.