Pearl's Hill Terrace has been pulsing with new life lately. It's home to a community of like-minded, creative folks – be it the bartenders at your friendly neighbourhood bar Kult Yard to creators at pottery studio The Potters' Guilt.
One of the latest new additions to the thriving community is The Glass Hut, an immersive and multi-faceted art space designed to support the creatively curious. Helmed by a group of musicians and artists the likes of musicians Cruise Chen, Nathan Hartono and Farhan Remy; photographer Kah Mun; magician Kai Emmanuel and more, The Glass Hut is fuelled by a mission to revive the local arts scene that has been fragmented due to a near complete shutdown of the industry. In its name, it alludes to a fragile state of being – similar to the resounding hopelessness art practitioners and performing artists have been feeling the past year.
The Glass Hut hopes to support homegrown creators and build a community that encourages the movement for local arts appreciation – eventually helping them to build a career from music and art. Keep your eyes peeled for outdoor arts markets, music performances, art activations and more. Both the indoor and outdoor spaces at Pearl's Hill Terrace are also available for rental for workshops, yoga classes, events and more.
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