Grab popcorn and watch some films at The Polish Film Festival, catch Jacob Collier’s debut concert in Singapore and visit Ch'ng Huck Theng’s exhibition about the beautiful and ugly in society
CONCERT | THE B4NGER PROJECT SHOW Celebrating the release of their first collaboration album, B4NGER PROJECT, catch local acts Gentle Bones and MYRNE and groove to the eclectic blend of electronic beats and a soulful voice. Singer-songwriter Linying will also join the duo for a special guest performance.
CONCERT | Jacob Collier This bona fide genius of a musician from the United Kingdom will be performing in Singapore for the first time, as part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts. Expect to hear his Grammy Award-winning mixture of one-man a capella vocals, jazz, folk and electronic music among many others.
FILM | The Polish Film Festvial Catch Singapore's very first edition of The Polish Film Festival, presented by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland. From romance to coming-of-age themes, expect to watch films such as Carte Blanche, directed by Jacek Lusinski about a teacher hiding his impending blindness from his students, and United States of Love, about four women changing their lives and fulfilling their desires, directed by Tomasz Wasilewski.
EXHIBITION | IMPERFECT CREATION Award-winning Malaysian artist Ch'ng Huck Theng introduces the idea of seeing the ugliness past beauty in 11 bronze works, digging deep into the current state of society. With his works being showcased around the world such as Hong Kong University Museum & Gallery and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, they were also given as national gifts to China, London and Melbourne. Keep a lookout for sculptures like 'Princess Liberty' and 'CHECKMATE'.
EXHIBITION | Jost Münster: Flirt Tricks Known for experimenting with paint, paper and wood, London-based artist Jost Münster from Germany explores the connection between sculptures and paintings while using shapes and geometric patterns. Admire Münster's material layering technique, where he revamps his older works, leaving just a little behind to show its change.