5 things to do this weekend: 21 - 23 April

5 things to do this weekend: 21 - 23 April

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Text: Pramila G

Image: Asian Civilisations Museum

Head on over to BuroGivesBack for the best deals on vintage items or party all night at Refuge

CULTURE | United Women Talk Shop
Join the women behind successful local businesses such as Carrie K., Collate the Label, Skin Inc and Singapore Committee for UN Women for an afternoon to discuss 'Empowerment From Within'. While you're at it, shop Carrie K. 's latest Beauty and the Beast collection. 

Carrie K.

13 April, 11.30am to 8.30pm at National Design Centre. Click here to buy tickets.   

SHOP | BuroGivesBack Charity Fashion Market
Get the best pre-loved, vintage and aromatherapy finds from 
Matter Prints, The Fifth Collection, Friends of Buro and Mmerci Encore at our fashion market. The best part? A portion of all proceeds will go towards building wardrobes and shelves for underprivileged Nepali students from Children and Youth First.

22 April, 2pm to 5pm at The Co. Click here for more details. 

PARTY | Refuge: 2nd Anniversary ft. NashD, Rattle, Drem & Gravity
Celebrate Refuge's second anniversary by dropping it low to the best hip hop and R&B tracks spun by Singapore's hottest DJs 
NashD, Rattle, Drem and Gravity.   

22 April, 11pm to 4am at CHIJMESClick here for more details.

ART | ahead of itself already being in
Hosting her first solo exhibition in Singapore, Indonesian artist Syagini Ratna Wulan explores the interplay of light, colour and perception in her abstract sculptural paintings. Juxtaposing her paintings are also transparent sculptures made from modular units that serve as an antithesis of traditional still-life paintings. 

Fast Gallery
20 April to 14 June, 11am to 7pm at FOST GalleryClick here for more details.

ART | Joseon Korea: Court Treasures and City Life
Uncover the origins of modern Korea with Asian Civilisations Museum's latest exhibition which showcases more than 150 artefacts and treasures from the National Museum of Korea and National Palace Museum of Korea. 

six-fold Screen of the Sun, Moon and Five Peaks

22 April to 23 July, 10am to 9pm at Asian Civilisations MuseumClick here for more details.