Singapore’s small but lively music industry has been hard hit by the pandemic, which led to many restrictions on live performances. But our musicians are determined to find ways to keep their passion alive.
The director of education and consultancy at Metis Art, an advisory and education group, bridges the space between art education and ecosystems.
How a three-day course helped me engage a broader spectrum of emotions and connect on a non-verbal, cellular level with Charlie the orangutan and my pets.
Across borders, and through closed borders, sports can inspire and unite. While we wait to see what comes of Tokyo 2020, we re-live some of the finest displays of excellence and human spirit at the world’s most significant sporting festival — the Olympic Games.
Sir Peter Blake’s art has graced famous album covers, the Live Aid concert poster and even the 2012 Brit Award statuette. Now it’s on some of the most sought-after whisky in the world.
Equal parts artist and activist, the Filipino defends the rights of the marginalised and disenfranchised one artwork at a time.
The British-Israeli artist and art psychotherapist continues her exploration of family heritage and of the malleability of memories in her latest solo exhibition in Singapore, Casa by Chloë Manasseh.
With the latest controversy surrounding its Satan Shoes, the Banksy of the Internet has done it again. Here’s what you need to know about how and why nothing is sacred to this band of merry pranksters.