5 Cool Events This Week: Aliwal Urban Art Festival, Hans Ulrich Obrist Talk And More
Sober Curios—SHYE + Mr. Has (DJ Set)
Bedroom pop sensation Shye-Anne Brown will be putting on a special live performance together with dapper DJ Mr.Has tomorrow at Telok Ayer Arts Club. The premise to this new series at the buzzy food/art space is a new way to enjoy nights out without alcohol – a nod to the fast growing worldwide dry movement – while simultaneously celebrating SG talents through one-of-a-kind experiences. Don’t miss out – get your tickets here now.
Jan 16, 9pm – 12am
Telok Ayer Arts Club, 2 McCallum Street
Special Segment: Hans Ulrich Obrist: The Future of Exhibitions
Beloved independent cinema The Projector just turned five – where were we before them? – and they’re celebrating that milestone with a screening of the cult-ish romantic drama The Room. There’s also an after-party to continue the celebrations with TEENAGE POP – a new night of feel-good dance 80s pop to head banging indie rock. Congratulations you guys, and keep the good films coming. Details here.
Movie screening starts 8.30pm
Afterparty starts 10.30pm
The Projector, #05-00 Golden Mile Tower
Aliwal Urban Art Festival 2020
Popular street art and culture festival Aliwal Urban Art Festival is back with a smorgasbord of activities for its seventh edition – learn how to make over your existing clothes/tote bags from the Japanese-inspired upcycling outfit Fincrafted Goods, dancers translating scents into sense through their bodies, live graffitti sessions, as well as performances by bad ass comedienne Preetipls.
Jan 18, 4pm – 12am
Aliwal Arts Centre
浮槎 Fú Chá by Cao Fei
Chinese contemporary art juggernaut Cao Fei will be presenting a brand new work at the Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden atop the National Gallery Singapore – a kinetic installation titled 浮槎 Fú Chá, that alludes to the Chinese fable of a raft traversing the Milky Way, as well as a nod to Singapore’s identity as a port city. Details here.