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Postcards For The Future: Ana Tazrev’s artisic homage to the beauty of being a world nomad
Arts

Postcards For The Future: Ana Tazrev’s artisic homage to the beauty of being a world nomad

Artist Ana Tzarev brings her solo art exhibition, Postcards For The Future, to Singapore, showcasing her 55 years of worldly experience.
Excite the Senses with Lightwave: Isle of Light in i Light Singapore 2022
Arts

Excite the Senses with Lightwave: Isle of Light in i Light Singapore 2022

i Light Singapore is more than just art installations, with OPPO's Lightwave: Isle of Light exhibition bringing a unique sensory experience.
Nam June Paik: An Exhibition through Time
Arts

Nam June Paik: An Exhibition through Time

Experience the “father of video art” Nam June Paik with a new exhibition arriving at National Gallery Singapore this December.
XenceLabs Pen Tablet Medium: The DANAMIC Review
Tech

XenceLabs Pen Tablet Medium: The DANAMIC Review

The XenceLabs Pen Tablet Medium joins the ever-growing list of drawing tablets in the market. How does it fare? Check out our review!
Perfect for the ‘Gram and the Soul: See ‘Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom’ Exhibition at Gardens by the Bay!
Arts

Perfect for the ‘Gram and the Soul: See ‘Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom’ Exhibition at Gardens by the Bay!

At Gardens by the Bay, bear witness to beautifully crafted glass art pieces made by renowned artist Dale Chihuly with 'Glass in Bloom'.
Art from the Heart: Art-Sale-Cum-Charity-Fundraiser, Rouge, Redefines the Art of Giving
Arts

Art from the Heart: Art-Sale-Cum-Charity-Fundraiser, Rouge, Redefines the Art of Giving

Two friends are aiming to help the local communities affected by COVID-19 through their Art-Sale-cum-Charity-Fundraiser, Rouge.
Why you don’t have to go to art and design school in Singapore if you’re broke and why I did
Longform

Why you don’t have to go to art and design school in Singapore if you’re broke and why I did

As a recent graduate, I looked back at the four years I’ve spent in NTU. I do not regret receiving the education I had from my professors and peers. Nevertheless, I will be lying if at some parts of my four years I don’t admit that I was bored, uninspired, and unchallenged. Whether that’s on me or the curriculum, is an entirely different discussion. The conclusion will probably be a mixture of both. (It was me, it was me all along.) The main point of this piece is reflection: is being $40,000 in school debt worth it? Because without the…
Raffles in Southeast Asia: An exposé of Singapore’s founder, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles
Exhibitions

Raffles in Southeast Asia: An exposé of Singapore’s founder, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles

What do we really know about Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles and his role in 19th-century Southeast Asia? What else was he doing in the region, beyond establishing a British East India Company outpost on the island of Singapore? The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) seeks to answer these pressing questions with Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman. Director of the ACM, Kennie Ting, explains, “There are two main intents for this exhibition. The first is to objectively address the figure of Raffles, presenting him as a complex and multifaceted personality, rather than the mythical, one-dimensional ‘founder figure’ most…
HaikuJAM: What Really Happens When You Write Poetry With Strangers
Tech

HaikuJAM: What Really Happens When You Write Poetry With Strangers

In our last Tech Brief we mentioned hot new rising app “HaikuJAM… which allows users to collaborate on haikus from anywhere”. Since that post three weeks ago, we got four writers from The DANamic.ORG Editorial Team to give collaborative poetry a try, and here’s what they discovered. Bradley Yam, Chief Innovator & Arts Writer After playing around on HaikuJAM for a week, my main takeaways are: The Good – The UI is intuitive; any digital native will have no problem learning to navigate the app even if he has no idea what it is about. – Runs pretty quickly, although the…
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