What To Do This Weekend (16-18 Jul) - Stay Safe!

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PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM
PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM
PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM

Ready for the weekend? Here's what you can look forward to this week.

1. Festival of Women N.O.W. 2021

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Check out the third and final iteration of Festival of Women N.O.W, an annual festival celebrating female empowerment. Titled T:>Works N.O.W, this year's festival is an all-digital three week programme that shines the spotlight on taboo topics in the spirit of creating an environment for communality for women from all walks of life.

Till 31 July 2021
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2. #SGFASHIONNOW

PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM
PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM
PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM

It's time to embrace local fashion with #SGFASHIONNOW, the Asian Civilisations Museum's first-ever display of contemporary Singapore fashion. Partnering with LASALLE College of the Arts’ School of Fashion and the Textile and Fashion Federation (TaFF), this exhibition explores creative fashion design in Singapore through the lens of our cross-cultural Asian heritage.

Be wowed by pieces designed by eight practising local designers, including young prodigies from our next generation of fashion creatives, as students from LASALLE’s School of Fashion broaden your perspective on Singapore fashion in their role as curators for this unique exhibition.

Till 19 December 2021
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3. Modern Women of the Republic: Fashion and Change in China and Singapore

PHOTO: SUN YAT SEN NANYANG MEMORIAL HALL
PHOTO: SUN YAT SEN NANYANG MEMORIAL HALL
PHOTO: SUN YAT SEN NANYANG MEMORIAL HALL

Speaking of fashion, here's another exhibition revolving around it: Modern Women of the Republic: Fashion and Change in China and Singapore. Hosted by Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, this exhibition uses fashion to explore how women's status, roles and lifestyles have changed since the 19th century. The exhibition boasts close to 100 artefacts and photographs on display, including garments sourced from private collectors, along with Chinese women's clothing and accessories from both China and Singapore that span almost a hundred years.

Till 12 December 2021
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4. ActiveSG Online Kids Workout Series

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Get active while bonding with your kids via Our Tampines Hub's Online Kids Workout Series. For just 1 hour every Saturday, you and your family can participate in a Zoom workout that will encourage your kids to develop good exercise habits while improving their posture, balance and self-esteem.

5 pm to 6 pm, every Saturday till 31 July 2021
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