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Singapore Ballet Festival 2024

19 – 21 July 2024: Enjoy a spectacular weekend celebrating the art of dance, featuring a triple bill performance.

ARTAZZLE’s “Indian Art Marvels: Celebrating Icons on Canvas”

31 May – 2 June 2024: Check out at ARTAZZLE’s exhibition at ION Art Gallery that brings forth the crème de la crème of Indian artists.

Singapore International Festival of Arts 2024

17 May – 2 June 2024: SIFA’s prime offerings encompassing new commissions, fresh iterations of works, and the presentation of outstanding works from around the world and Singapore.

Olafur Eliasson: Your Curious Journey

10 May – 22 September 2024: Check out the first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia dedicated to the work of Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson.

Shikha Sharma: Championing Indian Artistry Through ARTAZZLE

“My journey with ARTAZZLE began with a deep-rooted passion for Indian art and a vision to showcase its richness to a global audience. Growing up surrounded by art, I witnessed firsthand its transformative power and the joy it brings.”

U.S. Praveen: From Singapore to New York; Breaking Barriers in Acting

“I made it my mission as an actor to bring authentic representation to my work. And there are many ways to do that. For me, I chose to be mindful of the roles I play and portray.”

CreatorWeek 2024

7 – 11 May 2024: CreatorWeek brings together top creators, industry experts, and enthusiasts for a week-long celebration of creativity. 

Frida Kahlo: The Life of An Icon

4 May – 1 September 2024: Discover the world of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and how she became one of today’s most influential cultural icons.

“Naruto: The Gallery” at Universal Studios Singapore

28 March – 30 June 2024: Celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of the “Big Three” anime with the overseas debut of Naruto: The Gallery.

Protected: DJ Sathiya: Stepping Away From Toxic Relationships to Learn the Value of Self-Worth

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50 Firms with Best Interior Designers and Renovation Contractors in Singapore (2024)

Looking for trusted professionals to design your living space? We’ve listed some of the best interior designers for your home in Singapore.

Sheryl Woo: The Art of Maintaining Celebrity Wax Figures at Madame Tussauds Singapore

Humans of Sentosa | “We have 84 figures currently, and we ensure they stay pristine. I’ve memorised how all of them should look, from their hair and nails to their clothes and jewellery.”

Singapore Sci-fi Film Review: “Solitude” by Vikneshwaran Silva

The award-winning filmmaker tackles the issue of seniors living and dying alone at home in a world that’s increasingly dependent on AI.

Singapore Theatre Review: “Tender Submission” by Lucas Ho

Online Editor Arman Shah pens his thoughts on “Tender Submission”, the latest play that’s proudly staged by Checkpoint Theatre.

Playwright Lucas Ho Has a Deeper Conversation with Arman Shah

In episode 01 of our brand new podcast “Deeper Conversation with Arman Shah”, Lucas Ho talks about his latest play “Tender Submission” that’s presented by Checkpoint Theatre.

Siti Khalijah: How a Shy Girl From ITE Found Her Passion and Calling in Acting and Theatre

“Being a part of the musical felt amazing, because as ITE students, we were already looked at as the black sheep of society. So there was this genuine sense of unity; this sense of brotherhood and sisterhood. Everyone in the production really looked out for one another.”

Niranjan Pandian: Music Offers Solace to Gifted Musician Who Suffers from Painful Skin Condition

“Everyone was born for a reason, and mine is to help the next generation discover themselves through music. Identity is the safeguard against low self-esteem, and everything I’m doing now is to help the youths find their voice.”

Jeff Lai: Finding Joy in Sketching Portraits of Strangers in Public

“I decided to sketch strangers as a hobby because I wanted to see their reaction when I gave the drawing to them. With paid work, the client already knows what to expect, and I more or less know how they might react. There’s no element of surprise. But with strangers?”

Yiming: Wildly Talented Ink Artist on Balancing Art with Medical School

“When I got into medical school, I did a lot of soul-searching and concluded that art is something I want to do long-term. It would be nice if I was able to practise as a doctor, but also have the balls to call myself an artist. That was the ultimate aspiration; the ultimate goal.”

Zaihar: Dancer Shows Youths Anything is Possible with Hard Work

“You know, there’s this stereotype that Malays are lazy. So, when I get selected by key figures in the dance industry to represent Singapore at international competitions, I am very proud to show that Singaporeans can make it. It makes me prouder to be Malay as well.”