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6 Whimsical And Interactive Exhibits To Experience At SAM's Imaginarium 2017

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Journey to the ends of the earth at Imaginarium 2017   After the wrap-up of the Singapore Biennale back in February, Singapore Art Museum (SAM) ’s latest contemporary art exhibition is Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth - and it’s everything that your usual stuffy museum exhibition isn’t. There...
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5 New Things To Do At Singapore Biennale Right Before It Ends


Singapore Biennale: An Atlas of Mirrors - The Final Leg   Our Instagram feeds have seen an influx of inception-esque mirrored spiral staircase photos ever since the Singapore Biennale: An Atlas of Mirrors opened in October last year. But if that wasn’t enough to convince you to make a trip down,...
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7 Fun Things At Singapore Art Week 2017 Beyond Museums And Galleries

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Singapore Art Week 2017   Source Some of us are art aficionados, some of us feel clueless around paint brushes. But whatever your artistic inclinations - art enthusiast or just someone curious about art - Singapore Art Week is here again with over 100 different arts offerings, many of them...
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9 Sights at Singapore Biennale 2016 That Will Transport You to an Alternate Universe

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Singapore Biennale’s mind-bending works of art   Films like Doctor Strange have taught us to reimagine our universe as but one of many. While science at this point isn’t able to transport you to another world just yet, we can dream up such possibilities through art – some of which...
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This Is A Singaporean Master Potter's Last Exhibition Ever And Why You Should See It

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The legacy of Singapore’s Master Potter   We’re quick to worship Joseph Schooling and squeal over The Sam Willows, but there are many unsung Singaporean heroes out there that deserve just as much of a mention. One such legend is Iskandar Jalil, Singapore’s Master Potter. Having dedicated 50 years of...
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10 Reasons Why Singaporeans Think Our Arts Scene Is Dead And Why They Are Wrong


Singapore - souless and sanitized?   How are you going to buy a house?’ ‘How are you going to afford a wedding?’ ‘Why’re you so naive? Are you sure you’re good enough?’ Those were all the questions people attacked me with when I ditched the corporate rat race to become...
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12 Festivals In Sydney You Won't Want To Miss This Year


Gettin’ Artsy In The Harbour City     Source The best way to soak in some local culture? Attend an art festival for a  curated look at what’s on offer! Known for its culturally rich arts industry, Sydney is home to many festivals that are worth a look at, besides...
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Learn the Secrets of DreamWorks at the ArtScience Museum From Now Till September 2015

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Discover the magic   Have you ever wanted to learn more about the hidden workings behind beloved DreamWorks films such as Kung Fu Panda, How To Train Your Dragon or Shrek? From now till the end of September, you can! DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition is making its first stop in...
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10 Weird and Wonderful Creatures You Can See at The Deep

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Illuminate the Darkness   “It’s the closest you can ever get to the deep sea.” - Claire Nouvian, curator of The Deep Only a few of us will ever get to see the weird and wonderful world deep under the sea with our own eyes. For the rest of us,...
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Da Vinci: Shaping the Future Exhibit - Master of All Trades

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About Leonardo Da Vinci   The Mona Lisa made him a household name as a painter, mentioned in the same breath as  Picasso and Dali. But many people often forget that Leonardo Da Vinci was a man of many talents, being an engineer, sculptor, scientist, and botanist as well. His...
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