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Arts

Contrary to uninitiated belief, the Arts exceeds the scope of visual art. To the best of our ability, the Arts vertical is entrenched in the egalitarian belief that all forms of art are born equal, and should be represented likewise.

The Tale of an Unspoken Community Revealed in ‘Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold’ Exhibition

The Tale of an Unspoken Community Revealed in ‘Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold’ Exhibition

Sikhs in Singapore - A Story Untold explores the various stories of the Sikh people who have been part of Singapore's rich history.
(Re)discover what it means to be a ‘Chinese Singapo人’ with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

(Re)discover what it means to be a ‘Chinese Singapo人’ with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre spotlights the Qingming Festival's customs and traditions through its list of newly launched programmes.
In Stories and Souls: Reviewing The Sound Inside by Singapore Repertory Theatre

In Stories and Souls: Reviewing The Sound Inside by Singapore Repertory Theatre

Operating at the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT), The Sound Inside weaves a tale of human connection through two characters' relationship.
Asian Civilisations Museum’s Pop-Up Caravanserai: An immersive experience of Artisans and Craftsmanships

Asian Civilisations Museum’s Pop-Up Caravanserai: An immersive experience of Artisans and Craftsmanships

Asian Civilisations Museum brought people back to the iconic Silk Road era with their latest pop-up installation - the ACM Caravanserai.
“DING!”, The Fight is On in ‘The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition’ with Our Two Singaporean Candidates!

“DING!”, The Fight is On in ‘The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition’ with Our Two Singaporean Candidates!

We speak to the two Singapore candidates on vying for the ultimate prize in the upcoming TV Series The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition.
Horror Anthology Monsterland presents a new kind of horror: A Review (Part II)

Horror Anthology Monsterland presents a new kind of horror: A Review (Part II)

So, here’s for the second part of my review. In this second episode of Monsterland, titled New Orleans, Louisiana, we delve into the psychology of Annie (played by Nicole Beharie) as she finds out a horrifying truth about her husband, Joe.  Much like the first episode, this one delves more into the psychological aspect of horror, even with an actual Devil’s appearance with a horn. Playing with unreliable narration, there is a lot more to this episode than meets the eye.  Again, this review will contain some spoilers, so do be warned! Overall Thoughts Before I begin my review, I…
Horror Anthology Monsterland presents a new kind of horror: A Review (Part I)

Horror Anthology Monsterland presents a new kind of horror: A Review (Part I)

Monsterland is now airing on FX Asia. We take a look at the first two episodes of the horror anthology series to see if it is worth watching.
Through a Different Pair of Lens: cINE65 Workshops and Seminars in February 2021

Through a Different Pair of Lens: cINE65 Workshops and Seminars in February 2021

cINE65 2021 brings a powerful line-up of workshops and talks conducted by established industry veterans for the next generation of filmmakers.
Otherworlds: Technology Transcends Reality in this Physical and VR Exhibition

Otherworlds: Technology Transcends Reality in this Physical and VR Exhibition

Part of Singapore Art Week (SAW) 2021, we visited the Otherworlds: Non/Digital Realities exhibition, where VR is incorporated into artworks.
Reimagine the West with “For Art’s Sake: Shaken & Stirred”

Reimagine the West with “For Art’s Sake: Shaken & Stirred”

Experience the work of emerging Southeast Asian artists in a different way with the pop-up exhibition: “For Art’s Sake: Shaken & Stirred”
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