5 things to do this weekend: 23 - 25 September
ART | Gillman Barracks 4th Anniversary: Art After Dark & Art Day Out
Celebrate the anniversary of Singapore's revered visual arts cluster by being one with nature at Teater Ekamatra's staging of Hutang Belantara: The Expansive Debt, basking in homegrown musician Vandetta's husky croon and touring the historical trails of Gillman Barracks.
23-24 September, 7pm at Gillman Barracks. For more information, click here.
PARTY | Midnight Shift x Technologue
Midnight Shift's techno doyens, Kavan Spruyt and Debbie Chia, join forces with Kuala Lumpur's funk forerunner, Technologue, for a night of aural pleasures. Get a sonic preview with our Midnight Shift-curated playlist.
23 September, 10pm-4am at CATO. For more information, click here.
ART | Journey to Infinity: Escher's World of Wonder
Try stepping into the realm of architectural curiosities and optical illusions, where Dutch artist M.C. Escher's masterpieces take you in a journey of endless fascination. Piece together a giant tessellated puzzle, get head over heels in The Relativity Room or be in company of a million fishes in The Mirror Room.
24 September, 10am-7pm at ArtScience Museum. For more information, click here.
MARKET | Rooftop Revelry
When the foodies' go-to delivery app holds a food fest, which hungry punter would say no? Climb up and join Foodpanda's over-the-ceiling fun at Lepark as clusters of curated cult favourites the likes of Bjorn Shen's Neh Neh Pop popsicles, satisfy your cravings.
24 September, 5-9pm at Lepark. For more information, click here.
ART | Shinro Ohtake: Paper - Sight
In need of an idyllic pick-me-up? Japanese artist Shinro Ohtake's debut solo exhibition in Singapore is one to enlighten the darkest of moods. In the presence of Ohtake's giant fluorescent paper pulp paintings, you'll find yourself in a happy place.
25 September-5 November, 10am-7pm at STPI Gallery. For more information, click here.
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