5 things to do this weekend: 9 – 11 March

5 things to do this weekend: 9 – 11 March

Mid-March hype

Text: Rachel Chan

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The Arts House

Groove to music from local act Canvas Conversations, attend a talk about Singapore literature and exchange books with a drink in hand

FESTIVAL | SAM Late Nights
Indulge in bites and drinks from Standing Sushi Bar and groove to electronic beats by local act Canvas Conversations. While you're there, admire the film installations and artworks from the Cinerama exhibition, where 10 artists such as Jeremy Sharma and Ming Wong come together to share the art of moving images.

9 March, 6pm to 10.30pm at Singapore Art Musuem.

TALK | Herstory
Parts of Textures - A Weekend With Words, a literary event by The Arts House, join a panel discussion with some of the pioneers in Singapore literature like Suchen Christine Lim and Catherine Lim. Coming together for the first time, watch them share about the ups and downs in their literature careers.herstory textures suchen christine lim
10 March, 5.30pm to 7pm at The Arts House, Living Room.

BOOKS | Books & Beer x Buy SingLit
Bring along a book from your favourite local author and enjoy specially brewed beer inspired by literature. Other than swapping books with fellow bibliophiles, books from local authors will also be on sale together with book signings and readings by local authors Amber Lin, Ang Shuang and Pamela Seong Koon.
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10 March, 3pm to 6pm at The 1925 Brewing Co.

TALK | Who Are You My Country? Launch and Panel Discussion
Patriotism comes early in this upcoming launch of an anthology that's almost two years in the making. Singaporean writers under 35 such as Joshua Ip, Stella Kon and Nazry Bahrawi will be talking about the history of Singaporean literature and what it means to be Singaporean more than five decades on.

who are you my country book launch and panel discussion
11 March, 5pm to 7pm at The Arts House.

FESTIVAL | Ice Cream Sundays: Boogie at the Barracks
Nosh on Sidecar Sausages and Phat then sweat it all off with local DJ Toppings and guest DJ Adam Searle from the United Kingdom. Take a trip down memory lane with Polish artist Marcin Dudek as he features his past of subculture and violence through his new exhibition, 'Sovereign Heads'.
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11 March, 2pm to 10pm at Gillman Barracks.