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Ore Huiying: We are Farmers
This photo exhibition is the local artist’s documentation of her family’s farm, which has been in business for more than three generations.
Ran Hwang: Becoming Again
The Korean artist uses the humble button as her chosen medium to build incredible, immersive installations.
Make your way to the bay for two weeks of free gigs. String quartet VOX bring their classical covers of modern tunes (including a few jingle bells) to the waterfront on 20 December, and Gareth Fernandez and The Momma Shop belt out their soulful tracks on the same stage a week after. Or just take a stroll around the Esplanade to check out the other fringe activities – such as craft workshops – that are also part of the festivities.
Peter Pan – The Never Ending Story
We saw a much more macabre adaptation of JM Barrie’s beloved fairy tale as part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts in September, but this performance takes audiences back to the original bedtime story of Peter Pan, Captain Hook and the rest of Neverland.
Fu Lei: Dreams of Desire
The Chinese painter toys with the idea of excess by combining the classical style of painting with quirky figures like plump limbs, toads and flamingos frisking in pearls.