Five things to do this weekend: 8 - 10 January
Time to unwind
ART | Trial Bay: Gurka'wuy
Kick start Singapore Art Week 2016 with ReDot Gallery's collection of over 30 Aboriginal art pieces in commemoration of Wukun Wanambi's works — it's the artist's first solo show in more than six years.
From now till 31 January, 12-7pm at the ReDot Fine Art Gallery. Click here for more details.
MUSIC | STUDIO ELECTRON▲QUE (Vol.1)
Feeling the post-New Year's Eve party blues? STUDIO ELECTRON▲QUE (Vol.1) is Sunshine Nation's new concept that brings together acclaimed DJs from all over the planet, featuring German DJ Nils Hoffmann. Blending indie rock and house music, he's best known for electrifying the dance floor with his sick drops.
8 January, from 8pm at New Asia Bar. For more details, click here.
BOOKS | The Resident Tourist (Part 7) Launch
Troy Chin stops us in our tracks once again with the release of his newest addition to The Resident Tourist series. The culture shock he experienced after returning from America for more than a decade has inspired him to draw this series of old-school comics, giving it a nostalgic yet contemporary feel of the day-to-day Singaporean life.
9 January at 4pm at Kinokuniya, Takashimaya. For more details, click here.
COMEDY | Laugh Ok Please
Bringing the best laughs from India, Laugh Ok Please presents a foreign alternative to stand-up comedy in Singapore, featuring four solos to give you a taste of both North and South Indian comedy over the weekend.
8 January, at 8pm at School Of The Arts Singapore. Buy tickets and find out more here.
FOOD & DRINK | Open Farm Community Social Market #2
Brought back by popular demand, this edition features vendors such as Aerospring Gardens, Juice Junkie and Nutrinest. Activities in the Social Market include pilates, yoga and even urban beekeeping.
9 and 10 January, from 10am to 4pm at Open Farm Community. For more details, click here.
- Image: Open Farm Community, BooksActually, ReDot Fine Art Gallery
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