5 things to do this weekend: 1 - 3 September

5 things to do this weekend: 1 - 3 September

It's gonna be a long one

Text: Adibah Isa

Join the conversation at the Singapore Eco Film Festival, say goodbye to Lush and party on a boat

ART | 'The New Now'
Discover the works of new artists such as Benedict Yu, Charlotte Lim, Gabrielle Tolentino, Kayleigh Goh, Kuat Zhi Hooi, Leonard Wee, Wong Jia Yi in Gajah Gallery's new show. New to the art world, the artists present an abstract form of truth, referencing themselves, where they stand in society and the space surrounding them.

Till 17 September at Gajah Gallery.

MUSIC | The Lush Goodbye
What better way to bid farewell than with a meet-and-greet with the folks who brought you Lush99.5. The presenters will be bringing their musician friends along too in a celebration of alternative music.

1 September, 7 to 11pm at Barber Shop by Timbre.

MUSIC | Artifacts 04 feat Casual Danger
Audiophiles should head to this new listening party by Intermission Bar and Darker Than Wax. Inspired by listening clubs such as Brilliant Corners and Spiritland in London, Ramesh and Funk Bast*rd present a night of discovery for you to add a couple of new tunes into your playlist.

1 September, 10pm to 2am at Intermission Bar.

MUSIC | Sunrise on the Bandwagon Riverboat
Sleeping is overrated on this boat. DJ folks at The Council have teamed up with music site Bandwagon to programme this year's line-up, which includes club regulars Amber H, CATS ON CRACK, Julien Brochard with visiting guests Tony Blunt from Spain and Jonathan Kusuma from Jakarta.

1 September, 10pm to 2 September, 8am at 31 Marina Coastal Drive.

FILM | How To Change The World Through What You Eat
As part of the Singapore Eco Film Festival, join speaker Rebecca Cappelli to discuss on how we can fight climate change by making smarter choices, how to  make a difference through the little things and eating healthily and responsibly.

2 September, 1.30pm to 2.30pm at ArtScience Museum.