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Light to Night 2018 – Your Guide to the Biggest, Boldest, Brightest Marquee Yet

Light to Night Festival returns for its second edition from 19 to 28 January 2018! The line-up – bigger than last year’s – promises to captivate with dazzling displays of colour and never-before-seen levels of audience interactivity. Themed ‘Colourful Sensations’, the 10-day festival takes its guests on an enchanting, multi-sensorial journey through the changing colours of the precinct across a multitude of commissioned works. Visitors can look forward to a vibrant kaleidoscope of public art and activities from artists, as well as participatory works and performances. Spanning seven programme zones including the National Gallery, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House,…
Music

Get To Know bittymacbeth: 6 Questions And A Debut Album

Some things you only dream of, some things you set out to do. Some things you remember for the rest of your life, when that one thing came true. The last day of May will be such a case for local singer-songwriter bittymacbeth, as her debut album “Beauty For Ashes” was launched to a sold-out crowd at the Esplanade Recital Studio. Supported by well-known local acts such as Benjamin Kheng, Inch Chua, Ariane Deborah, Dru Chen, Shak’thiya Subramaniamm, and more, the diverse repertoire showcased the talent of bittymacbeth and that of her musician friends. View this post on Instagram @thisisinch, @arianedeborah, @benjaminkheng, and more join @bittymacbeth…
Arts

See What See: The Esplanade Through Instagrams

Welcome to “See What See”, the laziest series on DANamic.ORG. Travel around Singapore and do your touristy sightseeing – all through your screen! The best way to discover Singapore is through a local’s eyes, so take a peek from wherever you are – through the magic that is Instagram embeds. Here’s the best part: it’s all free! “We believe in making the arts accessible for everyone. As a not-for-profit arts centre, we are driven by our mission to entertain, engage, educate and inspire through the arts. Our social motivations guide our programmes so that there is always something for everyone to…
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