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September 2021

Glass in Bloom – extended till Oct 3

September 7, 2021 - October 3, 2021
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive 018953 Singapore + Google Map
Garden in Bloom

Expect adventure and discovery in the magic of a glass artist. Dale Chihuly's blown-glass installations bring nature to life as great blooms of colour and light. 25 large-scale, fragile glass sculptures reimagine the landscapes of Singapore's iconic garden and are installed outdoors, in the cooled conservatories (the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest), the Bayfront Plaza & Dragonfly Lake (public installations), the World of Plants and the Serene Garden. 2021 Chihuly Studio Setting Sun debuts @ Gardens by the Bay. It is composed of red and…


Mid Autumn Festival @ Gardens by the Bay

September 15, 2021 - October 3, 2021
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive 018953 Singapore + Google Map
Gardens by the Bay

Based on the theme of 'Blessings' (祈福), lantern displays invoke good health and better days ahead. Highlights : Traditionally, people penned wishes on sky lanterns and released them into the skies, hoping for good blessings. Sky Lanterns 'float' up a Supertree against a scenic mountainous backdrop, as a pair of rabbits release one marked with the Chinese character 福 (“fu”) - which means “prosperity”.  Accompanying the rabbits are the symbolic deer and cranes. Legends tell of deer guarding the sacred fungus of…

November 2021

No Strings Attached 2021

November 13, 2021 - November 20, 2021
SISTIC Live Stream
S$8.00 - S$20.00

An annual mini festival that promotes various forms of puppetry to wider audiences. Going into its fifth year, the festival gathers reputable puppetry groups around the world for exchange and interaction, even as they perform for the world. Each video is approximately 20 - 35 minutes In English, Chinese, Malay and Thai Valid for access till 12. 00 a.m. the day after the selected show date This year's festival includes three documentaries on the preparation and performance of different puppetry in the…

January 2022

Spacewalkers : Virtual Reality (VR)

January 1 - February 27
Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue 018974 Singapore + Google Map
S$12.00 - S$19.00

ArtScience Museum's new VR Gallery is a permanent gallery space that celebrates curiosity, innovation and experimentation through cutting-edge virtual reality artworks. The VR Gallery offers one-of-a-kind immersive experiences from some of the world’s most renowned artists, scientists, museums and film festivals through state-of-the-art VR headsets and controllers, exploring the unlimited possibilities of VR on a cinematic scale by pushing the boundaries of reality and discovering the unexplored. Spacewalkers - which blurs the lines between fairytale and fiction - is a soaring exploration…


CurioCity : Places & Perspectives

January 3 - February 3
Various Singapore

CuriocCity examines the evolution of Singapore's spaces and reflects on our relationship with them by highlighting selected leisure and entertainment places in downtown Singapore, as well as presenting fascinating histories hidden in plain sight. Discover, learn and engage with Singapore's history - both in-person and online. Presented in partnership with the Light to Night Festival 2022, Curiocity: Places & Perspectives will be held at : the National Library Building (3 January – 3 February 2022) several locations in the Civic District…


The Helpers : M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2022

January 12 - January 23
Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore
singapore, singapore 038981 Singapore
+ Google Map

The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is an annual festival of live art created and presented by Singaporean and international artists. Themed differently each year, the Festival aims to bring the best of contemporary, cutting-edge and socially engaged works to the Singapore audience. When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ —Fred Rogers The Fringe 2022: The…


Light to Night Festival 2022

January 14 - February 3
Various Singapore
As the River Flows

A marquee event of Singapore Art Week, the 6th edition of the Light to Night Festival features a host of innovative digital and on-site art experiences to the theme New Ways of Seeing, Thinking and Being. Taking place over three weeks, Light to Night 2022, with over 60 engaging and multi-sensory installations, focuses on the pursuit of new perspectives and states of mind. Audiences are invited to uncover new ways of seeing, thinking and being as they engage with fresh perspectives…


S.E.A. Focus 2022

January 15 - January 23
Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Tanjong Pagar Distripark, 39 Keppel Rd Singapore 089065 Singapore + Google Map

S.E.A. Focus 2022 draws together luminous artistic talents across the region, highlighting the relationships and connections we make and hold - which are our constellations ... this year's theme. Through the millennia, constellations have helped humankind to navigate, orientate and locate our place in the world. Constellations are ultimately images born of the human imagination, but these star patterns are not random; they express how we choose to align in joining the dots. Compelled to seek anchor points in the upheaval of the present day, we reach…



January 20 - January 22
Esplanade Annexe Studio, 1 Esplande Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
S$19.00 - S$27.00

A one-man movement-based production that draws on Neo Hai Bin's short story Da Hai De Ren (People of the Sea). Actor Neo dons a fish-like costume and explores the relationship between man and nature. Why do we feel rootless? Why do we feel like aliens on our land? We created man-made things to protect ourselves from nature. Yet because of this, we are alienated from nature. How do we find our centre? Through the relationship between man and sea, the production…

March 2022

The AR-Mazing Tiger Trail

March 9 - April 9
Various Singapore

33 life-sized tiger sculptures, 3 mission trails and tiger-inspired art pieces by international and local artists make up World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore's islandwide art exhibition, which celebrates the majesty, beauty and environmental importance of the tiger.   Each sculpture has a surprise - a QR code on the base unlocks the unique concept behind the sculpture, generates quizzes and offers interactive AR filters for Instagram. Each sculpture uses the same base frame of metal and fibreglass, and the tiger's shape…

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