3 local crowdfunding efforts to support in Singapore

Crowdfunding has become a vital force behind the city's creative projects and startups, most recently helping found indie cinema The Projector. Here are three other local ventures, from films to foodie enterprises, we feel like giving to.

Ryan Gander: Portrait of a blind artist obscured by flowers

UK-based artist Ryan Gander, who is best known for his tongue-in-cheek visual puzzles, oddly assembled projects and stirring work about disability, exhibits the results of his work with paper and printmaking. Highlights include a provocative series of prints alluding to financial crime and a reimagining of the iconic 19th century Japanese woodcut The Great Wave […]

Saturday Social BBQ

This BBQ fiesta gets the CNY treatment with live bands, DJs playing surf music, beers and more food. A one drink minimum applies.

Singles Night Out

There’s no need for a love life, or even a date. This singles party celebrates V-Day with cocktails and lots of games and prizes. There’ll be lifeguard girls on patrol and Carlsberg beer bongs at $10 all night long.

Kumar Stands Up For Singapore

Directed by one-part of the Dim Sum Dollies, expect plenty of jokes based around Singapore’s journey from a swampy island to the bustling city that we are today.  

The Art Fellas Gallery

Founded by Cruz Phua and Daniel Fong, The Art Fellas Gallery is home to more than 360 artworks from China, Indonesia and Singapore.

All You Can Eat Paella and Sangria @ Una

The Spanish restaurant serves up their signature paella full of chicken, prawns, octopus and seasonal ingredients all night long. Plus, there’s free-flow Sangria or soft drinks, too.