Get ready to be bombarded on your social media newsfeed with edgy images of street art from around the world. ArtScience Museum begins 2018 with yet another Instagram-worthy exhibition, Art from the Streets, as part of Singapore Art Week 2018. Running from 13 January to 2 June this year, Art from the Streets celebrates 40 years of street art, from its countercultural beginnings to its extraordinary rise as a global contemporary art trend.
“Together is a beautiful place to be” is one of the neon signs available for rent by Confetti Dreams. Sixty years ago, neon signs were used to brighten the streets of Poland during the bleak Cold War era. Since then, two start-ups have begun to sell customised neon signs and offer the rental of neon signs in Singapore, allowing certain pockets in the country to undergo a “glow-up”.
Singapore’s Civic District will be transformed into a nocturnal wonderland later this month during the second Light to Night festival. Spearheaded by National Gallery Singapore, the festival will see the district bedecked with light projections, colourful spaces and mirror illusions from 19 to 28 January 2018. More than 80 food and craft stalls will operate at The Padang, while there will also be programmes such as readings, music performances, poetry recitations and artist talks. National Gallery Singapore’s City Hall façade will become a dazzling interactive canvas.
If the New Year’s Eve celebrations were not enough partying for you, the first weekend of 2018 brings yet more fun with Imagine Dragons concert and indie music performances at Marina Bay. For those looking to imbue your life with more culture and an active lifestyle this new year, there are also fun events for you. Imagine Dragons Evolve World Tour Live in Singapore If you’re in the mood for partying to good music, this concert is right up your alley. ...
The last weekend of 2017 promises to take partying to a whole new level, with events at locations like the ArtScience Museum, along with an expanded visual display for the annual Marina Bay Countdown.
K-pop groups SHINee and Red Velvet are back in Singapore for the Shilla Beauty Concert, less than four months after the two performed in here for TV show Music Bank. How do you feel about being back in Singapore?