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- 08/04/16--02:38: _Starring Hitler as ...
- 08/04/16--03:23: _Aurora – Zheng Yiqiang
- 08/04/16--03:25: _Anatomy of Performa...
- 08/04/16--03:31: _The Parliament in S...
- 08/04/16--03:35: _Knowledge Sans Fron...
- 08/31/16--03:40: _Synergraphic,Celebr...
- 08/31/16--03:43: _Noise (co)Lab
- 08/31/16--20:56: _Physical Theatre Ma...
- 08/31/16--20:58: _Game-Based Improv (...
- 08/31/16--20:59: _Commedia Dell’Arte ...
- 08/31/16--21:01: _Acting 101
- 08/31/16--21:02: _Lee Strasberg’s Met...
- 09/01/16--04:23: _The Three Kingdoms ...
- 09/01/16--04:44: _Noise Singapore 201...
- 09/01/16--04:49: _New Exhibition: Pai...
- 09/07/16--04:42: _Pameran Kini
- 09/07/16--04:45: _“Light, Darkness an...
- 09/07/16--04:46: _Got to Move 2016
- 09/07/16--04:48: _SILVER ARTS FESTIVA...
- 09/07/16--04:51: _Archifest 2016 | Si...
- 08/04/16--02:38: Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde from 13 – 15 Oct 2016
- 08/04/16--03:23: Aurora – Zheng Yiqiang
- 08/04/16--03:31: The Parliament in Singapore History
- 08/04/16--03:35: Knowledge Sans Frontières: The Quest for Horizontality
- 08/31/16--03:40: Synergraphic,Celebrates 30 Years with Fluid Exhibition
- 08/31/16--03:43: Noise (co)Lab
- 08/31/16--20:56: Physical Theatre Masterclass
- 08/31/16--20:58: Game-Based Improv (Introduction): Improv Sports
- 08/31/16--20:59: Commedia Dell’Arte Masterclass: The Zanni
- 08/31/16--21:01: Acting 101
- 08/31/16--21:02: Lee Strasberg’s Method Acting (Introduction)
- 09/01/16--04:23: The Three Kingdoms – A Solo Exhibition by Cai Jun
- 09/01/16--04:44: Noise Singapore 2016 Noise Artist Market
- 09/01/16--04:49: New Exhibition: Paintings by Tang Da Wu
- 09/07/16--04:42: Pameran Kini
- 09/07/16--04:45: “Light, Darkness and the Tree” exhibition
- 09/07/16--04:46: Got to Move 2016
- 09/07/16--04:48: SILVER ARTS FESTIVAL 2016: SILVER FILMS
- 09/07/16--04:51: Archifest 2016 | Singapore Architecture Festival
What if Hitler were Jekyll and Hyde? History and fiction collide in Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde. Borrowing characters and themes from literary classic – Jekyll and Hyde, the history of Jewish holocaust is retold in a new tale about Jekyll, a young painter by day, who turns into Hitler by night. Hitler terrorises the populace, subjecting them to his will. To build up his country, the non-natives are murdered and disposed of by him to preserve the blood and lineage of his countrymen. Meanwhile, Jekyll the young painter rises in stature and wealth as his alter-ego coerces the population into building galleries and museums, and commissioning artworks to pay homage to himself. As the country enters the dark ages, a police inspector is tasked to uncover the true identity of Hitler and stop his killings. First staged in 2014 to critical acclaim, Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde is a modern parable about the rise and return of fundamentalism and fanaticism in today’s world. Featuring a stellar cast, Chong Tze Chien’s explosive play bristles with hard hitting truths and resonance. Writer/Director: Chong Tze Chien Lighting designer: Lim Woan Wen Sound Artist & Music Composer: Darren Ng [...]
Contemporary by Angela Li proudly presents ‘Aurora’, the first Hong Kong solo exhibition of Chinese artist Zheng Yiqiang. Zheng completed his postgraduate studies at the oil painting department of China’s Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2007. He currently lives and works in Beijing. In his eerily cryptic oil paintings, Zheng examines the spontaneous and often overlooked details in life, but his works are not just expressions of spontaneity; there is complex reasoning behind the structuring of his works, which rejects conventional expectations by rearranging elements on the canvases. Zheng’s paintings, the results of deep and intricate thoughts, are thought-provoking. They serve as a new and unrestricted platform which exceeds spatial limits, and in turn providing viewers with curious visual experiences from which they are encouraged to form their own interpretations. ‘Aurora’, the title of the exhibition and Zheng’s artwork series, is inspired by a tercet by Chinese poet Zang Kejia (臧克家): life is about seeking the light, but those who see light as mere light, plunge into an abyss of strife (人生永遠追逐著幻光，但誰把幻光看成幻光，誰便沉入了無底的苦海。). The symbolism in the poem corresponds to the philosophy advocated by Zheng in his paintings: we must detach ourselves from our sense of ‘self’, free our minds [...]
Through the lens of prolific Singaporean photographer Tan Ngiap Heng, relive two decades worth of photographic highlights of iconic dance and theatrical productions in Singapore, as well as intimate behind-the-scenes moments in this personal and insightful exhibition. Work in Process documentation of Singapore Dance Theatre’s Nutcracker 2011 Panel Discussion – Putting it Together 13 Aug, 3pm – 5pm Free Admission Artist Guided Tour Aug 21, 4pm – 5pm Free Admission Registration for Panel Discussion and Guided Tour at tah-anatomyofperformance.eventbrite.sg Exhibition | 11 Aug – 4 Sep | 10am – 8pm | Gallery I | Free Admission | theartshouse.sg
This exhibition is a new narrative display charting the history of The Arts House from 1827 to 1999. Be engaged by the story of a house that witnessed the birth of a nation, as well as the development of a legislature that has shaped Singapore’s growth and progress as a multi-racial parliamentary democracy. The spirit of Singapore’s nation-building journey is encapsulated through rare archival images, and spoken words of pioneer Parliamentarians such as Singapore’s founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, Dr Goh Keng Swee and Mr S Rajaratnam. Exhibition | 10am – 10pm daily | Level 2, The Arts House | Free Admission | theartshouse.sg
In the second lecture of Knowledge Sans Frontières, Dr Michael Lucken – historian and professor at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations in Paris (INALCO) – presents new perspectives of the Academy Award-winning film, Spirited Away. The analysis of this film as a roman à clef as an allegory Miyazaki built around the notion of space that tends to reverse the modern hierarchy between two realms, the “realm of verticality” and the “realm of horizontality”. Dr Michael Lucken is a historian and professor at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (INALCO) in Paris. He is the author of several books including L’Art du Japon au vingtième siècle (Japanese Art in the Twentieth Century, 2001),Les Japonais et la guerre (Japanese and the War, 2013) Imitation and Creativity in Japanese Arts (2016). Lecture | 21 Aug, 3pm – 4.30pm | Blue Room | $5 | theartshouse.sg
Singapore, 30 August 2016 – Synergraphic Design celebrates its 30th anniversary with the opening of, Fluid, a special exhibition dedicated to the innovation and art of glass making. The exhibition will showcase highlights from Synergraphic’s Design rich history of glass art and design, including innovative techniques and collaborations with artists. Fluid is a visual chronology of Synergraphic’s major milestones from its inception from 1986 till present. The exhibit will be more than just a visual treat. It will feature a live demonstration area during the workshops conducted by Synergraphic’s Chief Artisan Mr Woo Meng Fye and hands-on space for visitors to have an experience with various glass materials. To create a more interactive atmosphere, Florence will be unveiling her latest artwork, Titled: Major | Minor. The inspiration for this piece came from the time when Florence had to discard her daughter Sara’s very first piano because it could no longer be tuned. She wanted to conserve the past and somehow preserve the memories. The artwork thus fluidly beholds the past, present and future. Visitors to the exhibition are invited to pick up a pen and write their wishes onto the right panel of the sculpture, making it an interactive artwork [...]
Noise Singapore is the largest youth arts platform in Singapore that aims to get young people aged 35 and below engaged in the arts and embrace their creative side. This year’s edition will showcase a series of festival exhibitions and concerts at Capitol Piazza and Esplanade held from 13 August to 30 September. Explore Noise Singapore’s collaborations with partners like Converse, EZ-Link and Snupped, and engage in hands-on activities in this creative space! Check back for details on workshops and other sessions that we will be organising!
The body is the single, most important instrument for an actor. David Glass’s Physical Theatre Masterclass is a rigorous course designed to help you find the physical and emotional centres of your body. You will learn some fundamental movement techniques from Lecoq, Decroux, and Elan-life fullness such as the Fixed Points and emotional gestures. All students will take away from the workshop an enhanced understanding of their physicality, and acquire usable tools and skills to further their craft. Students are expected to be reasonably fit in order to participate. Registration closes: 23 August 2016 To sign up, visit http://methodactingasia.com/programme/pt-david-glass/ Payment Plans are available. Email us at email@example.com 26 August, 2016 – 28 August, 2016 Friday, 7.30pm to 10.30pm Saturday, 3.00pm to 10.00pm Sunday, 11.00am to 6.00pm Price: S$450
This workshop is an introduction to competitive improvisation. Train your adaptability, flexibility and the willingness to risk through Viola Spolin’s improvisation games. After this workshop, you will move on to join an ensemble of instinctive improvisers, specializing in Robert Gravel’s “Match” format of improvisation. The study of improv as a sport allows students to embrace the unexpected and follow their instincts as they examine: What makes the narrative structure in improv? How do we focus on acting and the narrative at the same time? How can we surpass our personal comfort zones? What makes good improv, good? After the 8 weeks, competitive improv match team(s) will be formed, ready to take the stage. Registration closes 16 August 2016. To sign up, visit http://methodactingasia.com/programme/improv-sports/ Payment Plans are available. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org 27 August – 15 October 2016 Every Saturday, 11.00am to 2.00pm Price: S$600
Commedia Dell’Arte is a form of traditional Italian theatre, often regarded as the father of contemporary comedy. It is a highly specialised form of theatre that is taught only by few. Actors of Commedia Dell’Arte must possess great physicality, the ability to improvise, and impeccable timing. This masterclass will examine in detail one of the funniest masks in Commedia Dell’Arte – The Servant. In this workshop, students will learn the basic structures of comedy, analyze themes of comicality, as well as embody the Zanni masks. Students will graduate as versatile and intuitive performers, with a flair for expressing comedy non-verbally and using the whole body. Registration closes: 7 September 2016 To sign up, visit http://methodactingasia.com/programme/commedia-dellarte-masterclass/ Payment Plans are available. Email us at email@example.com 10 September, 2016 – 11 September, 2016 Saturday, 3.00pm to 7.00pm Sunday, 11.00am to 7.00pm Price: S$300
Method acting benefits everyone. Whether you are an actor, non-actor, corporate warrior, or homebody, we believe that everyone is born with a talent, ability or skill. Your story shapes your talent, whatever it may be. Method Acting enables you to develop and access your unique qualities so that your distinctiveness comes through in a compelling, authentic way. Our Acting 101 one-day session is an introduction into the Method Acting training techniques that can enable you to access your creative instincts and build confidence in the way you communicate. This short intensive is highly interactive and practical with some of the techniques in the syllabus tailored to the specific needs to those in the class. You will gain an understanding of the basics of acting preparation and performance in a safe and non-judgmental environment amongst like-minded people. Registration closes: 29 September 2016 To sign up, visit http://methodactingasia.com/programme/acting-101-3 Payment Plans are available. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org 2 October 2016 Sunday, 10.00am to 6.00pm Price: S$199
In this workshop, you will learn to create art that resonates: How can we free ourselves from feeling self-conscious? How can we rid ourselves from unnecessary tension? How do we access our experiences readily? Being watched, how can we perform freely? Strasberg-trained actors are more in control of their mental, physical and emotional capabilities. They understand life. They express themselves better. HCAC is the only school in Asia that teaches Strasberg’s work in its entirety. You will receive personalized feedback for your learning needs. This workshop is open to people from all backgrounds. Registration closes: 16 August 2016 To sign up, visit http://methodactingasia.com/programme/lsma1 Payment Plans are available. Email us at email@example.com 22 August – 10 October 2016 Every Monday, 1.00pm to 5.00pm Price: S$600
Known for creating humourous characters and scenes, Cai Jun said of his latest series “The Three Kingdoms period was an incredibly important part of Chinese history, yet I suspect not that many people outside of China are fully aware of what happened. I was fascinated by the historical angle, but also the folk tales that have stemmed from this period in history. After reading and watching so much material I was inspired to create something with a connection to this period“. Exhibition Details Cai Jun: The Three Kingdoms 23rd September to 30th October 2016 Asian Art Platform 292 River Valley Road, Level 2 Singapore 238333 T: +65 6734 7690 Opening hours from 11am to 6 pm – Closed on Mondays www.asianartplatform.com
Noise Singapore is the largest youth arts platform in Singapore that aims to get young people aged 35 and below engaged in the arts and embrace their creative side. This year’s edition will showcase a series of festival exhibitions and concerts at Capitol Piazza and Esplanade held from 13 August to 30 September. Take a walk through our Artist Market showcasing an array of art, crafts, accessories and more by 12 local artists and Gallery & Co. Treat yourself to a unique, hand-crafted creation, and support a local artist at the same time! Artist booths: #lifeofqin, Brench Design, Felly Loi, Mandy Kew, MaryAnn Loo, Nadia So, Ohirrelephant, oodon, Palinoia, Robin Collective, Samuel Lee and TinySupply. 27 – 28 August 2016, 4.30pm – 9pm Esplanade Concourse
Paintings by Tang Da Wu features 20 ink works completed between the period of 2005 and 2015 by one of Singapore’s most iconic contemporary figures, Tang Da Wu (b. 1943, Singapore – ). Best known for his thought-provoking performance and installation art, Tang’s work has achieved critical acclaim in the region. Throughout the evolvement of his practice in the last four decades, Tang has remained actively engaged in a wide array of media, including ink painting. As with his performance and installation art, Tang’s painting often examines concepts relating to traditions and mythologies; his ink expression drastically breaks away from the traditional confines of the medium, choosing instead to demonstrate and expand the subtleties of rice paper and ink aesthetics in a vibrant, poetic manner. Tang majored in Sculpture at the School of Fine Art, Birmingham Polytechnic in 1974 and advanced his study in Sculpture at Saint Martin’s School of Art from 1974-75. He received an MFA from Goldsmith’s College, University of London in 1985. He was among the seminal figures who co-founded the Artists’ Village in 1988 – a collective committed to promoting experimental art through the provision of studio and exhibition space.In 1978, Tang received the Visual Arts [...]
Maya Gallery is delighted to present a group exhibition by emerging Singapore artists Gazaly Haron, Maisarah Kamal, Masturah Shaari, Midah Arshad, Rick Farid and Zaheera Hashim. “The first time I saw it” “Pameran Kini”, which means current exhibition in Malay, showcases recent works by promising local talents in various stages of their artistic journeys. Despite similarities in educational background – all are either graduates of, or are still pursuing their passions at, NAFA or LaSalle College of the Arts, the works highlight the different ways each artist approach various issues and how they see the world around them. Showcasing a diversity in style yet with an individually distinct identity and story, each is making a mark in the local art scene. EXHIBITION 20 September – 12 October 2016 OPENING RECEPTION Tuesday, 20 September, 7-9pm ARTIST TALK / MEET THE ARTISTS Saturday, 24 September, 3-5pm RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Se Yoon was born in 1979 in Gumi, South Korea. He received Bachelor of Architectural Engineering from Yonsei University (Seoul, Korea) and Master of Architecture Degree from Columbia University (New York, USA) where he received an Honor Awards for Design Excellence and Lucille Lowenfish Memorial prize. He has been invited as a guest critic in many design schools including Columbia, Harvard, Pratt and NYIT. He began his professional career working for OMA (Rem Koolhaas) in Netherlands and had worked for REX (Joshua Prince Ramus), BIG (Bjarke Ingels) and FREE (Fernando Romero) during which time he mostly involved in internationally well-known competitions and various range of projects including: YIBD (Yongsan International Business District) R6 in Korea, Shenzhen Stock Exchange office building in China and Koningin Julianplein building in Netherlands. For the past three years Se Yoon Park has been developing a series of sculptures that interconnect exploration of form, light and color. Fortunately, he has been provided with an opportunity to open his first exhibition in Red Hook, Brooklyn. I couldn’t find my own voice as an individual and I wanted to give meaning to my work. I had trouble identifying with the projects I worked on before and I wanted [...]
Got to Move, Singapore’s nationwide movement to celebrate our dance scene and to get people “moving” is back for its second year running! Organised by the National Arts Council, this year’s Got to Move will be held from 7 to 23 October, once again putting the spotlight on Singapore’s vibrant and diverse dance community. GTM 2016 will offer a wide selection of dance-related activities at various locations across Singapore. There will be almost 150 dance programmes and activities including showcases, workshops, talks, games and exhibitions, offered free for the public. Participants attending GTM programmes will stand a chance to win tickets to dance performance and classes, shopping vouchers and other attractive prizes as part of a Rewards card*, which is something new to look out for at this year’s GTM. There’s a “MOVE” for everyone to experience and revel in, so come join us at Got to Move 2016 and spread the joy and love of dance! For more information on GTM 2016, like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gottomovesg or follow us on Instagram @GotToMoveSG. #gottomovesg to join in the conversation. Kindly download photos from GTM 2015 here. *On a first-come-first served basis. T&Cs apply.
This year’s Silver Films showcase will include an extensive line-up of five short films – including the world premiere of two new commissions – Spring Again by Ray Pang and The Drum by Ler Jiyuan – and four full-feature movies from Singapore and the region. Silver Shorts 1, 6, 11, 18, 25 Sept Various Times GV Theatres (Suntec, Jurong Point, Tampines & Bishan) Silver Features 4, 13, 17, 24 Sept Various Times GV Theatres (Suntec, Tiong Bahru, Vivo) & Toa Payoh Central Amphitheatre
Archifest 2016 returns with a Pavilion designed with ‘Exhale’ as its theme at Raffles Place Park. Celebrating its 10th edition, Archifest’s theme for this year ‘Exhale’ seeks to challenge the rapidity and density of activities that define our pace of life, weigh in on the state of Singapore’s built environment and breathe new life into it. The annual architecture festival not only celebrates Singapore’s urban environment but also sets the stage for a wider discussion about our city, spaces and life. From exhibitions, conversations, workshops, markets to architecture tours, the Archifest Pavilion will host an exciting programme that is diverse, informative, thought-provoking and fun. www.archifest.sg