Explore how nature inspires art at this year's Goodman Open House, which is back as a virtual arts festival after its regular physical edition in 2019. Starting from March 12, get up close and personal with resident artists from Goodman Arts Centre, browse visual art at your own pace in a digital gallery, explore the dance form, and get your own hands dirty with a range of art-making sessions.
Watch the Goodman Community Farm (GCF) video series, and hear from the likes of Asia's leading sculptor Han Sai Por, comic artist Jerry Hinds, storyteller and creative producer of StoryFest Kamini Ramachandran, founder of Mural Lingo A’shua Imran and local band The Observatory about how nature – including the lush grounds of Goodman Arts Centre – has inspired their art.
Go on to discover how dance can be a means of self-expression and performance art from the Centre's resident dance groups, including Frontier Danceland, T.H.E. Dance Company and Apsaras Art. Resident visual artists will also be putting on a show through the digital gallery, where they will show and tell their own visual artworks, their inspiration and highlights from their artistic journey.
Take the opportunity to flex your creative muscles at fun arts and crafts sessions too. Adults and kids alike will enjoy making stamp art, creating puppets with reusable materials, or picking up the noble art of Chinese painting.