Arts & Culture

Viddsee Originals completes launch of ‘Drive’ and ‘Scene City’ original series & celebrates 4 million views
By Kathleen.F Published on by Kathleen.F 0

Viddsee Originals, an original content initiative by Viddsee in collaboration with the Info-communications Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA), has garnered over 4 million views across Viddsee’s platforms and channels since its debut on February 2018. The initiative is led by Viddsee Studios, Read More

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Singaporean choir, The Vocal Consort, wins big at Tokyo International Choir Competition
By Kathleen.F Published on by Kathleen.F 0

Last updated on August 16th, 2018 at 05:15 pmThe world of choir might be a mystery to many of us but do you remember that episode in Glee when the McKinley High glee club, New Directions made it to the National level choir Read More

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Embarrassing typos on Singapore’s tourism logo at Crazy Rich Asian red carpet
By Kathleen.F Published on by Kathleen.F 0

The recent red carpet event in Los Angeles for the upcoming movie Crazy Rich Asians was a supposed to be grand debut for Singapore into the world of Hollywood. But it turns out, Singaporeans are all now facing second-hand embarrassment thanks to couple Read More

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Scene City: A spectacular sight
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As is tradition, there have been many patriotic and emotional videos and short films released in the run up to National Day. This year, however, Viddsee has put out a short film that is quite unlike any national day-related video you’ve seen before. Read More

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Meet Thailand’s self-proclaimed graffiti ‘terrorist’, Headache Stencil
By Kathleen.F Published on by Kathleen.F 0

Described as Thailand’s Banksy, the masked Headache Stencil has been making political street art for the past few years now. According to an interview he gave to Art Whore, Headache says “…I really do “art”on the day military made coup in Thailand. Really Read More

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Singapore Dance Theatre presents Ballet under the Stars (31 Aug – 2 Sept, 7 – 9 Sept 2018 at Fort Canning Green)
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Ballet Under the Stars is back for its 23rd edition! Established by Singapore Dance Theatre in 1995 as Singapore’s most loved and iconic outdoor dance event at the Fort Canning Green, we will be presenting a weekend of neo-classical works from 31 August Read More

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Doctors Without Borders kickstarts second film festival in Singapore
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The international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) officially launched its second “Doctors Without Borders Film Festival” in Singapore on Friday (3 August), giving audiences a fascinating insight into aid workers in action and the dangers they face. The film Read More

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The Naysayer’s Book Club is a book every Singaporean should have on their reading list
By Kathleen.F Published on by Kathleen.F 0

Journalist-turned-author, Simon Vincent recently launched his book, The Naysayer’s Book Club: 26 Singaporeans You Need To Know, which shines a spotlight on the spectrum of naysaying in Singapore’s civil society, putting front and centre a life of ideas and imagination. At the book launch event, Read More

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Add your own creative energy to this year’s Singapore Night Festival
By Kathleen.F Published on by Kathleen.F 0

Last updated on July 26th, 2018 at 03:32 pmEntering a new decade, the 11th Singapore Night Festival will get visitors involved in the installations and spark some creativity. Festival goers can find themselves walking along an alleyway near Armenian street and activate motions Read More

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Building Singapore’s live arts scene one satirical comedy at a time
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One third of the Dim Sum Doilies, Selena Tan has made a name for herself in the local Singaporean theatre community. The founder of Dream Academy and the woman behind some of Singapore’s favourites such as Broadway Beng, Meenah and Cheenah, and Kumar’s Read More

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