SAD: The Last Meal
This is how local chef Ming Tan interprets dystopian hawker cuisine
A look at how we’re destroying our own favourite foods
Seeing blind by Iqi Qoror
Are you burnt out and tired of life? This artist is too
Haunting images that seem only too familiar
Linger by Hazel Wu
The Artling's new AR feature lets you preview art in your home, sans the commitment
The virtual dressing room for your walls
Photo credit: Bhumi Collective
This weekend, Indian female poets step into the spotlight
Bringing lesser-heard stories of trauma and abuse
The Truth
Laugh bitterly about marital infidelity at SRT’s next production
The truth is rarely pure and never simple
Wonderland. Photo credit: Phoebe Powell
Alice in Wonderland is coming to the ArtScience Museum next month
Fall down the immersive rabbit hole with us
Miss British
4 unmissable shows to catch at Esplanade's The Studios 2019
Stories of the human condition told by Singaporean voices
Photo credit: Rodel Tapaya
While SAM closes from April, a mini mobile museum will bring the art to you
Jurong, Woodlands, Tampines; rejoice
Templi reed diffuser by Sara Ricciardi and Culti Milano
How 20 artist-designers interpret love in industrial design
Featuring seven Singaporean designers who will go on to Milan Design Week
A Better Tomorrow by Andre Wee
Art, augmented reality and saving the earth collide in this new exhibition
Nothing like a virtual swim through an ocean of trash to put things into perspective
Marks in the Yellow Field by Andrew Pok
It’s Tampines’ time to shine with the return of Arts in Your Neighbourhood
An artsy argument in favour of the East in the East-vs-West debate
Strings Attached by Zoya Chaudhary
Come see the works of 10 female artists this International Women’s Day
A rightful celebration of the underrated players in local art
Kato Ai (Ai☆Madonna), Kusattemo Lolicon–Bubble Bath 2016
See Japanese artists tackle themes of eroticism and more at this upcoming exhibition
Challenging the conventional with the unconventional
Photo credit: Urland
Continuing its path to accessibility, SIFA 2019 explodes with experimental shows
Free hammocks on a carousel, multi-genre works, Ryuichi Sakamoto and more
Sau(dara) 2018. Photo credit: Centre 42
A cross-Causeway double bill on growing up in the Straits is coming in March
We may bicker over who owns what food, but how different really are our childhoods?
The Page on Stage at Textures 2018. Photo credit: The Arts House
8 events to make time for at mini festival Textures this March
If you need help choosing between 40 exhibitions, performances, and talks
Photo credit: Dream Academy
Power duo Siti K and Judee Tan return onstage as your favourite Meenah and Cheenah
It's time to get schooled by our local lians
Photo credit: Vincent Ng
It's only February, and we've already got Bicentennial fatigue
An awkwardly handled PR crisis makes the year’s upcoming programmes hard to stomach
Yao
Up-and-comer Yao proves you can chase your dreams while serving NS
It’s all about embracing who you are
Next month, you can exchange your GrabRewards for a local SingLit book
Plus other fun activities when #BuySingLit returns
#BuySingLit 2017
#BuySingLit 2019 is here to celebrate our local authors this March
Book launches, meet-the-author sessions, street parties and more