Curated by Zaki Razak, Repeat, Repeat, Repeat; revising the phenomenon of printing marks the second edition of The Private Museum's Guest Curator Series. This group exhibition features works of printmaking in different forms by seven artists including Miguel Chew, Weixin Chong, Mona Choo, Urich Lau, Nadiah Oh, Shin-Yong Park and Shih Yun Yeo. As you gaze at their works on display, understand how each of them revisits and redefines the history of printing through exploring an array of techniques and elements, which includes a range of topics like urban culture in the digital age, science and spirituality, robotics and ink, as well as biblical art.
Take a gander at a series of new drawings and puppet sculptures by Indonesian artist Iwan Effendi, including faces that appear in an almost unemotional and reserved state, giving room for his characters to project and express their narratives to viewers in countless of creative ways. As a visual artist, Iwan brings puppetry characters to life with their individual narratives and emotions. Intrigued? Witness him and Ria Tri Sulistyani take the stage with their puppet characters on June 8.
Keep your little ones busy this summer with fun educational programmes at the Apple Summer Camp. Held across four separate weeks from June to July and led by Apple Creative Pros, kids of all ages get to discover new skills and explore their creativity through working on hands-on projects. Ranging from coding to art and design, they'll get to create a track with GarageBand, design a dream park with iPad, program robots, and direct their own movie. There's also a one-off event series to look forward to – the Little Big Ideas. Running through June, young ones who participate can discover new skills in art, photography, coding, writing and more.
This June and July, the Oldham Theatre strikes terror into your soul with State of Motion 2019: A Fear of Monsters – a constellation of Asian horror screenings. Follow the creatures that have traversed folklores and pop culture to the silver screen in these well-known classics and cult favourites. Here are our top scream screen picks for June and July. For the full programme, visit asianfilmarchive.org
Enliven your Orchard experience with an all-new roving pop-up concept, NAO (Night at Orchard). Happening every first weekend of the month along the stretch between ION Orchard and Ngee Ann City, expect a showcase of talents across fashion, arts, dining, and music. Highlights include culinary offerings by popular brands like Old Chang Kee and Michelin-starred restaurant Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro, shopping options with the likes of up-and-coming brands such as oasis:skin and Indigo Culture, and busking performances from NoonTalk artiste Gavin Teo, One Moment of Glory winner Jill-Marie Thomas, and popular indie acts like Codie Loh, Raphael Leong and Yeo Ming Jun.
Bringing his innovative spins to the turntable at CÉ LA VI on July 5 is none other than Grammy-nominated producer A-Trak. Welcome in the weekend with an eclectic mix of hip-hop, R&B, and house set against the city skyline. Real name Alain Macklovitch, the Montreal native has gone from underground clubs to winning major DJ competitions including DMC World Championships at the age of 15 and headlining massive sold-out festivals. He's toured with Kanye West as his right-hand DJ – the Famous rapper even crowned him The World's Greatest DJ. He also birthed the illustrious label Fool's Gold, which helped shape the careers of Kid Cudi, Danny Brown, and Flosstradamus. Breaking the barriers between hip-hop and electronic music, A-Trak's innovative productions and remixes have turned into hits like Believe featuring Quavo and Lil Yachty, and Push with Andrew Wyatt. Catch him live at CÉ LA VI in July. Reserve a table via phone or WhatsApp at 6508 2188 or email at email@example.com. Guests have to be 18 years old and above to enter the Club Lounge after 10pm. Secure your tickets now to not miss the ultimate Friday night shindig with A-Trak. Time Out in partnership with CÉ LA VI
Learn science the fun way through a series of activities and experiments. I Am A Young Scientist is an exploration of the different fields in science. It includes four different workshops for your little ones to get schooled – I Am A Young Ecologist, I Am A Young Chemist, I Am A Young Geneticist, and I Am A Young Physicist. Fit for those aged 10 to 12 years old, test out different fields of sciences suited to their liking and complete 15 stars to earn a Young Scientist badge.
Set in an adorable farmer's market scene which gives you countless of photo opportunities to feed your 'gram, experience the natural and fresh ingredients that go into all L’OCCITANE products at this beauty market's various stations. Stop by Jaubert's Almond Milk and make your own almond milk using only fresh almonds from Valensole. Then head to the mythical Immortelle Reset Fountain where time moves backwards and water flows upwards. Go see how flowers are distilled into golden drops at Pascale's Essential Oils, and learn how the gold of Burkina Faso is made at the Shea Butter Creamery. Freshen up at the Walk of Aroma where bubbles pop to reveal the natural scent of the Aromachologie hair care range. Afterwards, smell exquisite fragrances made from the essence of fresh flowers at Provence Petals.
Known for his distinctive and realistic style, award-winning Indonesian artist Vani Hidayatur Rahman unveils a line-up of 15 brand new works in his first solo exhibition in Singapore. Focused around the themes of time, humanity and harmony, his latest paintings serve as a visual representation of his experiences and feelings. These are also drawn on pop icons and well-known figures, such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Kurt Cobain and John Lennon, which illustrate a common theme, like how music has the power to unite rather than to divide.
Take your furkids out for some fun under the sun. Mix and mingle with other pet owners and their adorable companions, shop for a plethora of pet as well as non-pet merchandise, partake in fun activities, and gobble down a diverse range of food selections. Kid-friendly menus are available for families with tiny tots.