Five things to do this weekend: 22 - 24 February
Music and markets
MUSIC | Red Baron Presents - Studio 45 The Art After Dark After Party
Get your disco moves going as Red Baron recollects and celebrates with nu disco, old disco, indie house disco and electro disco. STUDIO 45 is also the official after party of Gillman Barracks Art After Dark x Singapore Art Week 2016.
22 January, 7pm at Gillman Barracks. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | SAM x W Singapore: The Courtyard
Their second installment, dance the night away among palm trees after visiting the exhibitions at the Singapore Art Museum (which stay open till 10pm) with Singapore's top underground DJs including Mr. Has and Aldrin. For mignight hunger pangs, the guys at Kilo will serve up empanadas and nachos.
22 January, 8pm to 3am at the Singapore Art Museum. More details here.
ART | Pressionism: Graffiti Masterpieces on Canvas
Explore the art of colour and calligraphy as this exhibition puts the spotlight on the techniques and aesthetics of graffiti. On display are more than a hundred artworks from all over the world, featuring pieces by international artists including Rammellzee, Toxic, and local artists Antz, Zero and TraseOne.
23 to 24 January, from 10am to 6pm at Singapore Pinacothèque De Paris. More details can be found here.
SHOP | The Local People X Singapore Art Museum Art Week Market
It's the one-stop centre to enjoy locally-made crafts such as pottery, indigo-dyed tote bags as well as live music from Jaime Wong and Jean Goh Seizure. Also joining the festivities is spoken word artist Nupur Saraswat and her band of poets who will touch on topics we can all relate to, complemented by a guitar instrumental.
24 January, 11am to 7pm at the Singapore Art Museum. More information can be found here.
ART | PPC | 珍珠坊: A Public Living Room
Situated in the heart of Chinatown, People's Park Complex has always been bustling with a myriad of activities since the '70s. In line with Singapore Art Week, the exhibition challenges the notions of a 'public living room', where the boundaries between public and private are blurred and how humanity has shaped the spatial landscape of this historic building. Visual artists including Alecia Neo, Bruce Quek and Andreas Siagian & Budi Prakosa will also showcase their artworks.
15 to 29 January, from 7pm till late at the sixth floor carpark space of the People's Park Complex. For more information, click here.