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Cool Cultural Events To Check Out This March

From a sustainable light art festival to an award-winning indie rock-band's much-anticipated return to our sunny shores, we highlight the best cultural events to check out in March.

#1: Singapore Design Week (March 3-12)

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Image: Singapore Design Week’s Facebook

Now in its fourth edition, Singapore Design Week returns this March to bring together a slew of local and international design activities. Event highlights include a Design, Make and Craft Fair, an Innovation by Design Conference and SingaPlural, a showcase celebrating a wide variety of design works. Various locations, visit new.designsingapore.org/sdw for more information

 

#2: i Light Marina Bay 2017 (March 3-26)

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The fifth edition of the sustainable light art festival, this year’s i Light promises a visual treat as local and international artistes have been invited to illuminate the scenic Marina Bay Waterfront area with a wide variety of installations. Other activities lined up include outdoor dining and artist workshops. Marina Bay Waterfront, 2 Bayfront Ave, free admission

 

See: The Most Instagrammable Installations At i Light Marina Bay 2017

 

#3: Collograph Printing Workshop: You Are You, Truer Than True (March 5)

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Image: Collograph Printing Workshop: You Are You, Truer Than True’s Facebook

Held at the National Gallery Singapore, artist and illustrator Mary Bernadette Lee will host a hands-on collograph printing workshop where participants will learn how to create their own prints on paper or wood. The workshop also explores the themes presented in the Artist And Empire exhibition in the museum. National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, $50 per person

 

#4: The Temper Trap – Live in Singapore (March 10)

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Image: The Temper Trap – Live in Singapore’s Facebook

Last here in May 2016 on a short press tour, the acclaimed Australian indie rock-band returns this March for a full-fledged concert to promote their latest studio album, Thick As Thieves. The four-piece band shot to international fame with their 2009 debut album, which produced the hit song “Sweet Disposition”. The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, $118 per ticket

 

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