What would you say to an innocent child who has literally never seen the world?
Bhumi Collective is delighted to present the Singapore premiere of Charlie by Victoria Chen, after two successful runs at the Edinburgh Student Arts Festival and the On the Rock Festival in 2017.
In a world rife with all sorts of upheavals, twelve-year-old Charlie has spent virtually her entire life within the confines of a sterile room. She has been brought up to believe that there is danger beyond her room, and that the world has made a sacrifice for her to remain safe where she is.
The time has finally come for Charlie to meet the world and discover what really lies beyond the only four walls that she is familiar with. We invite people of all creeds to spend fifteen minutes visiting Charlie in her room. How would you explain the complex realities of a world that she has never been part of, or responsible for creating?
Charlie looks forward to meeting you between 20 November to 7 December 2018. To book a visitation slot with her, please proceed tohttp://bit.ly/visitcharlie.
What would you say to an innocent child who has literally never seen the world?
Date: 17 November 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 2.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m.
Venue: 510 Dover Road, SIT@SP Building, Singapore 139660, Proceed to Level 6 (LT 6A/LT 6B)
The RSVP link can be accessed here.
You may contact Ms Ramanjit KAUR,Office of Admissions from the DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore @firstname.lastname@example.org you'd like to find out more.
On November 8, come witness the theme of ‘Strength’ displayed in an unforgettable night of melodies through song and dance at Sunburst: The Business Times - CapitaLand Fundraising Concert” where students from School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA) and members of the Muscular Dystrophy Association Singapore (MDAS) come together to perform, united by personal stories of strength and resilience.
Returning for a second year, Sunburst will feature a host of young and multi-talented individuals, as well as collaborative performances by SOTA and MDAS. Highlights of the concert includes wheelchair dance couple Andy and Julie, pianist Azariah Tan and rapper-beatboxer, Wheelsmith (Danial Bawthan). Guaranteed to tug at your heartstrings, this is a concert you won’t want to miss.
Organised by The Business Times and produced by arts and culture not-for-profit Global Cultural Alliance alongside artistic director Jeremiah Choy, the 90-min show hopes to raise funds to support MDAS and the SOTA Student Assistance Fund (SOTA SAF). The concert is presented by CapitaLand Hope Foundation, the philanthropic arm of CapitaLand.
Date: 8 November 2018
Time: 7.30pm to 9pm
Venue: School of the Arts, Concert Hall
Ticket: $10 (Concession), $20 (Standard), $44 (Bundle of 4) / prices include ticketing agent fees
There will also be an art exhibition featuring works by MDAS and SOTA at the foyer.
In building an inclusive society, the concert aims to be as accessible as possible. There are limited wheelchair access seats and there will be sign language interpretation provided during the concert. Kindly contact email@example.com to inform the Organisers if you require these access. Thank you!
A mysterious eclipse will be plunging The Moon into total darkness on November 3rd. The only source of light we have is powered through our hearts. Moon Maidens have hijacked Space News Network and have interrupted the emergency broadcast to guide you to 37 Mosque Street to seek refuge as we turn the lights back on on The Moon.
Dark Side of The Moon is an interactive experience; an alternate reality of our space for you to freely explore. You will be transported to a series of interactions from a space console, to a free-form musical experience by Subsonic Eye, a shrine to the women of sci-fi, and other bits and bobs that will leave you #someplacesameplace.
Find the secret entrance and you may find yourself on the Dark Side of The Moon.
Happening 3 Nov, 8 pm - 1 am
Use code IAMASTUDENT for $3 off (applicable only to students. Student ID necessary upon arrival for verification)
Pre-sale bundle package: $70 for a group of 5
Children 12 and under explore for free.
CALLING ALL DANCE ALUMNI AND FACULTY!
Wanna move your bones and groove with your best buds for old times sake? Here’s the chance! Nikki Chan Pamela Khiu Ivan Smorgan Koh Lindsey Lum Yue Ru Ma & Iswarya Jayakumar have been invited back to SOTA to share their moves with six unique classes over three evenings. Open to all dance alumni and faculty to move and groove– alumni from the other artforms are invited as well but in the event of a full crowd, priority will be given to dancers!
We hope this yearly get-together and sharing sessions will create a space for all to reconnect and network across fields. We are open to all kinds of sharing sessions should you wish to propose in future!
Sign up by 2 October, 2359, for individual classes via the eventbrite. Please sign up for each individual class. (Signing up for the 1st class does not reserve a place in the 2nd). The event is free or pay-as-you-wish!
The venue will be at A7-01. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Lyrical - Nikki Chan
4 October, 7pm-8:15pm
Nikki started dancing at an early age of 4. She continued to pursue dance and graduated from the School of the Arts in 2013. Specialising in contemporary and jazz, She then joined The Royal dance off Contemporary dance company in 2016 as a full time company Dancer and has her weekly classes at TRDO as well.
Hip Hop - Pamela Khiu
4 October, 8:30pm-9:45pm
Pamela is currently a final year student in Nanyang Technological University (NTU). She started dancing Hip Hop at an age of 11 and subsequently ventured into other dance genres such as Ballet, Contemporary, Street Dance, Jazz Funk and more. Throughout the years, she has performed and competed on several platforms, both national and international. Dance has always been her Passion and she strongly believes that it has helped boost her confidence and ability to express herself. She hopes to be able to inspire and share the joy of dance through her creations.
Ballet - Ivan Koh
5 October, 7pm-8:15pm
Currently an Artist at Singapore Dance Theatre, Ivan joined the company in September 2017. He trained in SOTA and furthered his studies on Full scholarship at the New Zealand School of Dance. While serving National Service, he had the opportunity to work with the Music and Drama Company performing extensively in various genres.
Comfortable attire and ballet shoes
Latin - Lindsey Lum
5 October, 8:30pm-9:45pm
Lindsey is one of Singapore’s best female amateur Latin dancers. Together with her partner, she emerged as the top Singaporean as well as second best SEA couple at the Blackpool Dance Festival 2017. She has won numerous titles and have travelled and competed in Malaysia, Hong Kong, London etc. Lindsey will be conducting a Latin workshop for us with her current partner and is looking forward to seeing you in her class.
Comfortable attire, socks or jazz shoes
Contemporary Improvisation - Ma Yue Ru
6 October, 10am-11:15am
YueRu Ma was born in Singapore and has danced professionally in the United States and Spain with companies such as Marcat Dance, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago 2, Post:Ballet and Present-Day Dance Theater. She began her formal dance education at School of the Arts Singapore (SOTA), and later graduated summa cum laude from The Boston Conservatory, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Contemporary Dance Performance. As an artist, she strives to always be honest, curious, and courageous, and impact this world meaningfully through the powerful language of dance.
Indian Bollywood - Iswarya Jayakumar
6 October, 11:30am-12:45pm
A disciple of late SMT Neila Sathyalingam [Founder of Apsaras Arts Premier Performing Arts Company, Singapore], Iswarya Jayakumar has been learning Bharathanatyam since the tender age of three and has performed and competed locally and Internationally. Since graduation from SOTA, she has completed her Bachelors Degree in Biomedical Sciences and have excelled in many prestigious dance competitions overseas (UK Dance Elite Championship 2016, 1st in Battle of Bollywood). She has also been given the opportunity to be featured in a German TV movie entitled ‘Das Gespenst von Cassley’ and ‘Loveratri’ an upcoming Bollywood film produced by Salman Khan. Come join Iswarya’s Indian Bollywood class for a unique experience to expose yourself to a refreshing dance genre.
Comfortable attire, footwear not required
8PM - 11pm
LAUNCHING OUR ZINE PUBLICATION-- 7 artists come into collaboration to contribute works under the theme "Space and Time", with the medium of a zine as an "alternative" exhibition space, curated into our main publication, "Issue 01", accompanied by a sub publication of complementary essays discussing the White Cube. Zines, free food and alcohol, a participatory Sol Lewitt instructional drawing installation- feel free to come and hang out X
Bennett Bay, backed by a 17-piece band, presents a concert launching his sophomore full- length album In Memory Of.
Marking a significant return to his post-rock roots, the album was conceived as a dedicatory album for a friend of his who passed away five years ago, and is aimed at reconciling notions of grief within those who are experiencing it.
In Memory Of follows the journey of a young persona, who has been travelling the world after the loss of his last loved one. He stumbles upon an ordinary town, and it is in this town that his journey out of grief begins, leading to his acceptance of his loss and the assurance he makes to the world around him—that he would live a fulfilled life in the name of the people that have touched his life and he has lost, as well as for the sake of the world around him.
Bennett Bay is currently in the final stages of recording for
his second album, and will release it on the 9 September 2018 at a launch show at the Esplanade Recital Studio.
Mosaic Associate Artists are exceptional musicians at the forefront of their genres, whom Esplanade has committed to providing tailored, intensive support.
Tickets can be purchased at www.esplanade.com/mosaic for $28. Concessions for students, NSFs and seniors: $18.
Step into the divine realm and follow the journey of protagonist, Cupid, as he tries to reclaim his honour after centuries of failed relationship matches! With his very own mother, Venus, giving him one last chance to prove his worth (not forgetting the terrifying consequence for failure!), Cupid has no choice but to embark on the impossible quest to matchmake two star-crossed lovers.
Held at the newly opened book cafe-cum-creative space, The Moon, Cupid’s quest lays the foundation for intriguing, poignant and intimate storytelling as the audience is swept off their feet by his charming personality albeit severe addiction to divine booze. Buckle up for a night of clarity, hilarity and heartfelt exchanges as Cupid stumbles and bumbles his merry way through space and time!
Get tickets here: https://patchandpunnetstupidcupid.peatix.com/
ate: 24-26th August, 31 August- 2 September
Venue: 37 Mosque Street
Patch and Punnet, a theatre collective started in 2017, is led by ex-Young & W!ld members, Nisa Syarafana, Sharmaine Goh and Krish Natarajan along with fellow theatre makers, Alia Alkaff, Giovanni Harris and law graduate turned creative Astley Xie.
Patch and Punnet works collaboratively to create fresh and fun devised work made from the soul. By millennials for millennials, this punnet of strawberries aims to tickle, tease and treat their audiences with irreverent, playful and sometimes provocative theatre. This bunch of creatives, who don’t take themselves too seriously, hope to create a welcoming theatre scene that inspires creativity, conversation and change.
Non-profit organisation Young Sustainable Impact aims to empower Southeast Asian youth to create solutions to the world's sustainability issues with a measurable impact. This July they are holding the first iteration of the Singapore Innovation Programme, which will culminate in our upcoming event on the 29th of July where our participants will get to pitch their ideas to the public and for members of the public to find out more about sustainable development.
So whether you are sceptical, nonchalant, curious or passionate towards sustainable development, we want to hear it! Share with us what you think of sustainability during our Singapore Sustainability Showcase on 29th July 2018!
Come discover your underlying motivations for sustainable development through activities, workshops and booth engagements. We hope to see you there!!!
Click to find out more and register for your FREE ticket today atwww.ysisea.com
⚡️SAVE THE DATE & INVITE FELLOW ALUMNI for our Annual Alumni Hangout ⚡️ This year we celebrate our 10th Anniversary *whutwhut* be sure to lockdown the date!
Programme line up includes:
🔘 Performances by Alumni
🔘Table-lah Rasa that features work and art by Alumni for sale
🔘 Food and Drink provided
🔘 Opportunity to catch up and connect with fellow Alumni
🔘 Fireworks! 🎆
Online RSVP guarantees you a goodie bag on the day and will be up until 25 July! $10 as an individual OR $40 for a bundle of 5! The bundle is an online EXCLUSIVE so don’t hesitate to RSVP as soon as you can!
*Online RSVP is closed, just come through solo on the day itself.
All proceeds go to running Evening Assembly including food & drinks, logistics, set-up, as well as contributing to our alumni fundraising efforts for Year 6 Welfare, Alumni Mixers, Talks etc. The more we raise, the more we can do as an Alumni for Alumni and beyond.
This year's Evening Assembly poster is design by amazing Alum Joell Ang (Visual Arts, Class of 2015)! ✨
Kitsch ornaments, asian soap opera DVD sets, overrated music albums and tattered second hand books. Objects from a bygone pop era yearn for someone to bring them into the future.
Taking place at a novelty store in Clementi, Singapore, Everything but the Kitchen Sink serves as a part-exhibition, part-clearance sale. Embracing a maximalist approach to art-making, sculptures, prints and video works blur themselves into the noisy ambience of shophouse life.
Come down to the shophouse to bargain and buy objects in need of renewed life!
28th & 29th July (Sat, Sun)
4th & 5th August (Sat, Sun)
Aki (b. 1995) is a visual artist currently based in Glasgow. Their practice revolves around recognising the friendliness and personalities of objects ... (the loved, the queer, the abandoned)
Ryan Ben Lee (b. 1997) is a moving image artist based in Singapore whose practice utilises video art, installation, GIF-making, sampling and (re)animation to create a range of media assemblages.
Both Aki and Ryan will be in the space together on 28th July 2018, 2-7pm.
TONES is an annual music showcase (est. 2013) organised by a collective of students from School of the Arts (SOTA) that aims to provide a platform for talented, up-and-coming artists with a platform to be heard and appreciated! Through this, we hope to encourage and promote the music scene in Singapore, generating greater appreciation for local artists.
DATE: 22nd July 2018, 4:00-10:30PM
VENUE: *SCAPE The Ground Theatre
TICKETS: $8 at the door
Celebrate SOTA’s 10th Anniversary with us on 21 July 2018, Saturday! Join us on an exciting Arts Trail around the SOTA campus! Watch students, teachers and alumni of the SOTA community come together to display a fusion of traditional and contemporary forms and ideas!
Find out more at https://tinyurl.com/sota10a
Tickets are limited, so get yours now!
Urban Ventures X
Come hell or high water, strap your party tits on, lace 'dem kinky boots, this is one spectacle at a new spot that you don't want to miss!
UV X celebrates 10 editions of euphoric memories with programme highlights from the past. Join us for a celebration on the streets this July at Temple Street.
In a car-centric metropolis like Singapore, Urban Ventures is an independent placemaking initiative curated by LOPELAB to reclaim the streets with art, music, and culture.
We are proud to be THE FIRST CARBON-NEUTRAL STREET ACTIVATION in Singapore.
More details on event programming available at: https://www.facebook.com/events/800524633478974/
SUPPORTING TRANSIENT WORKERS
Receive a 5% discount at all participating F&B and Artisans Market booth when you make a minimum $5 donation to Transient Workers Count Too - TWC2 by using the ticketing link. All proceeds go to supporting their cause.
CUFF ROAD FOOD PROGRAMME
Migrant workers who are in dispute with their employers, or are injured, have no family here to fall back on. They are often destitute and unable even to feed themselves. TWC2 operates a food programme in Little India, in which a free breakfast and a simple dinner are served every weekday. On Saturday, the meal provided is lunch. On average, TWC2 serves 200 – 350 workers a day. Your donation goes towards supporting this program.
For more information, please go to http://twc2.org.sg/what-we-do/cuff-road-food-programme/
Transient Workers Count Too – TWC2 is a nonprofit organization that promotes equitable treatment for migrant workers in Singapore. Their mission is to create an ethical work environment for the migrant workers by advocating better policies, improving welfare, and providing a trusted communication channel. Similar to Urban Ventures, TWC2 aims to transform a space by improving its content and context and ultimately to create a better place. Urban Ventures believes that when two socially aware organizations work together, the synergy of team work can be captured and leave a significant impact in the community.
For more information, please go to http://twc2.org.sg
Check in with our event staff at the designated booth to receive your Urban Ventures bracelet, this bracelet will entitle you to receive a 5% discount per transaction at all participating F&B and Artisans Market booth.
LOPELAB - Transforming spaces to places
Get involved! Email us at email@example.com
Co-organiser: Chinatown Singapore
Supporting Partner: Streets For People programme by Urban Redevelopment Authority
Charity Partner: Transient Workers Count Too - TWC2
Sustainability Partner: ES Power
Yoga Partner: Yoga Movement
Ticketing Partner: Peatix
An ATMOS Initiative is proud to present the launch of hauste's debut album "Leavings" on 28th April 2018 at Aliwal Arts Centre. Supported by BANDIT.
“Leavings” is the debut album by Singaporean instrumental band hauste. The album serves as a musical milestone for the band, encompassing music that culminated since its inception. The band’s instrumental memoir aims at spurring moods, to find meaning in things that have lost it worth. Be it a toy that used to be your favourite or a memory that you once cherished, "Leavings" wishes to invite listeners to relate to its narrative and fully experience hauste’s debut efforts.
Supporting acts for the night are The Nebula, Subsonic Eye and Forests.
Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre MPH
Door opens: 6.30pm
Standard: $15 / with Physical CD: $25
Door: $20 / with Physical CD: $30
Tickets can be purchased via BANDIT app here: http://smarturl.it/banditlive
1. Download 'BANDIT LIVE' on the App Store or Google Play
2. Sign up and log in
3. Tap on 'EVENT STORES'
4. Tap 'SEE ALL DEALS' on 'Hauste Album Launch'
5. Choose 'Standard Ticket' OR 'Standard + CD' and 'ADD TO CART'
6. Choose the quantity
7. Enter your credit card details
8. Congratulations! You purchased tickets to the album launch
9. Display your 'PURCHASES' tab on BANDIT app at the door to redeem your entry ticket
Official Production Partner: Ebenex Music
Proudly supported by BANDIT
Poster designed by Claire Chou.
Purchase physical copies: https://anatmosinitiative.bandcamp.com/album/leavings '
Purchase your tickets for the album launch:
Hauste | Album Launch, 28 April
Concerned Citizens Showcase
The Substation Gallery
11–22 April 2018
12–8pm daily, closed on Mondays
11 April, 7–9pm
The Concerned Citizens Showcase is the culmination of a mentorship programme for young creatives aged 18-30. The programme encouraged these participants to look into the ways that urban space is used and produced, as well as how inhabitants of the city can take initiative in conceptualising and/or effecting interventions in our city. Under the guidance of artist-mentor, Tan Guo-Liang, 12 participants undertook a six-month process of knowledge-building and research before proposing their own project in relation to issues pertaining to urban form and social life.
Featuring works by:
Chu Hao Pei
Wong Hui Yu
Chng Shao Kai
Mike HJ Chang
Slate (Tembusu's Theatre Group) presents..."The Lady of Soul and Her Ultimate ‘S’ Machine", a satirical play by local playwright Tan Tarn How.
Visit an unnamed nation as it seeks more “soul” to become a vibrant place. Follow a civil servant charged with this herculean task as he conducts a "soul search". Three candidates—a mama-san, a left-wing radical and a representative from the arts—present their ideas on what “soul” is.
Date: 4 April 2017 (Wednesday)
Venue: UTown Auditorium 2 (Opposite Book Haven)
Time: 7pm - 9.30pm
*Doors open from 7pm. Please be seated by 7.20pm
Free tickets at: tinyurl.com/ladysoul
A CITY OF BOOKS
Welcome to Bras Basah Complex.
Here, you will find a second-hand store with wobbling towers of books, traditional almanac calendars in a Chinese bookstore and a beloved, knowledgeable art and design bookseller. What happens when 3 artists take inspiration from this space?
A billboard for books. A set of infographic banners. A fort made out of calendars. Each tells a different story about the City of Books.
In the middle of it all, interact with the story of kid detective Sherlock Sam who is brought to life in a fantastical playground on the spiral staircase.
Lai Yu Tong
Explore the meandering corridors of the City of Books on the artists and curator tour. Get to understand firsthand the artists’ responses, the booksellers they drew inspiration from and the thought process behind the entire initiative.
10, 11, 17, 18 March 2018
2 - 3pm
Limited to 15 spaces per session.
Register with firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of the local #BuySingLit movement, OH! is celebrating stories from the longstanding Bras Basah Complex. This initiative seeks to tell the stories of homegrown book publishers and retailers in embracing all aspects of Singapore’s literary scene.
Undescribed is an annual platform conceived by DECK to support emerging artists who have recently graduated from local art institutions. The exhibition presents works that challenge current image-making practices, suggesting new ways of approaching photography and the moving image within the field of art today.
Undescribed aptly labels the ‘unknown’ stage of these emerging creators, a period of potential and experimentation, both for their individual practices as well as their explorations into the medium of photography.
This year’s selection is made by visual artist, Robert Zhao, and director of DECK, Gwen Lee.
- Farizi Noorfauzi
- Feng Yaqiu
- Ryan Benjamin Lee
- Philip Ho Zhi Yang
06 March 2018
Tuesday 7 - 9pm
We are delighted to welcome Mrs Rosa Daniel, Chief Executive Officer of National Arts Council as our Guest of Honour for the opening reception.
11 March 2018
Sunday, 3 - 4pm
General Public - $4
Concession - $2
*Free admission to DECK Members.
Discover the story of Emerald Hill through secret tours, art, and performances in homes and private spaces. Emerald Hill, a former nutmeg plantation, is a perfect illustration of the relationship between botany and commodities that circulate the Empire. But there is a dark side too. Scientific exploration exists alongside exploitation of new lands. Valuable crops are stolen, smuggled, and monopolised. The colonial still haunts us. Explore, collect, and piece together your very own story of Emerald Hill in 19th century Singapore. Our very own Kirti Bhaskar Upadhyaya (VA 2012) is the assistant curator for this year's edition.
Early Bird for their opening weekend, purchase tickets before 20th January : OHEARLYBIRD.
Saturdays and Sundays, 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 & 25 March 2018.
Tours start at 11am and last entry at 5pm.
2.5hrs per tour
$30/pax (excluding ticketing fees)
They're also recruiting volunteers for the following roles: Guide a tour! Sell Merch! Greet guests at the Front of House! Pretend to be a shopkeeper! Pour the occasional cup of tea! Help artists bring their vision to life! Join them by filling up the form here: !https://goo.gl/forms/JSSuDtOpFllvrMT93 or messaging them on their facebook.
HI GUYS!! We are back with this year’s edition of Evening Assembly! Interested to know what goes on behind the scenes leading up to the event day? JOIN US! We’re recruiting organising committee members for Evening Assembly 2018 and all alumni are welcome! 😎 Simply email Chelsea or drop us a DM to indicate the department you’re interested to join and we’ll get back to you! You’re sure to be in for a blast! ✌️🏼
(v.) to mend or repair
(n.) something that solves a problem
artYST, a group of students from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, takes you into the deep dark recesses of the human soul in Fix(,) The Musical. Staged in a theatre-in-the-round setting, with songs from familiar musicals set in strange unfamiliar contexts, the work takes you inside a prison group therapy session where a group of inmates reveals the hidden motivations behind their crimes. Can anyone truly be ‘fixed’?
Advisory 16 (Some Mature Content)
February 27 and 28 2018, 7:30pm
Free admission with registration here
Each transaction is limited to 2 tickets.
There will be a short talk and a portfolio review session conducted by Ms Aries Chan of UAL on Monday 26th Feb from 3:30pm onwards.
Although it is a session that UAL is offering to current SOTA students, we would be happy to offer it to our alumni (especially those are completing National Service) who may be interested to attend this briefing and review session as well.