Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, including the Wine & Spirit Festival, the Nickelodeon Slime Cup event for the little ones, and a concert by a pioneer of the melodic death metal genre, In Flames.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, including the return of the Singapore Theatre Festival, a Moana dance workshop for the little ones, and a concert performance from acclaimed French jazz artist Cyrille Aimée.
The first weekend of May has a lot to offer with a wide range of events happening around Singapore. Sing along with Dua Lipa as she performs songs from her debut album; join the Rebellion or the dark side in the Star Wars Run; or, admire giant flowers at Gardens by the Bay. This weekend promises to be an enjoyable one.
Flowers, figurines and toys are among the items that Yishun resident Or Beng Kooi hopes to use for his installation at The Substation. Yishun’s short-lived psychedelic tower of toys and knick-knacks will be making a comeback of sorts, as it will be recreated by 75-year-old resident Or Beng Kooi for an upcoming art exhibition. National Arts Council’s Young Artist Award recipient Li Xie is collaborating with Or to rebuild it as an interactive installation for The Substation’s closing exhibition “Discipline the City”.
The next time you are in Raffles City shopping mall, take a look at the new Samsung digital art exhibition “Joy in everyday art” that will be available for public viewing from today (29 September) until 17 October. This exhibition features creative works by local photographers, illustrators, artistes and influencers, that were all shot and designed on a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone using the stylus (the “S Pen”). Each individual piece displayed is supposed to showcase its contributor’s creativity through the use of the S Pen.
In South Korea’s Jeju Island, therein lies a community of women divers who would scour the ocean bed for harvests such as abalones, conches and octopuses.