Community Quilts, a painting exhibition with a Singapore flavour, launches on Saturday
Any plans for the weekend? How about visiting this exhibition of paintings which are distinctively Singaporean.
Head to Rochor Centre (Level 4, Block 4 void deck) for the exhibition, Community Quilts, on Saturday (Dec 6) from 11am to 1 pm.
The project is part of SG50 Celebration Fund and is inspired by small pockets of spaces that had a distinctive Singaporean flavour but were often overlooked.
Each series is made up of eight vertical panels with each consisting of three to four photographs of various subjects superimposed onto one another.
The panels are then weaved together into a seamless whole.
The photographs form an expansion of the traditional concept of a family portrait that captures people living.
If you are not into paintings, here are other options to jazz up your weekend.
Verve Arts Festival
Organised by students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic's Diploma in Arts Business Management programme, the festival features exhibitions, performances and workshops.
The multidisciplinary arts event takes place at The Art House, 1 Old Parliament Lane from 10am to 10pm on Saturday (Nov 6).
Admission tickets are sold at $12 each.
Talk: Vocal percussion vs beatboxing by Peter Huang of Micapella
Vocal percussionist and arranger Peter Huang discusses and demonstrates the differences between beatboxing and vocal percussion.
The event takes place on Saturday (Nov 6) at the Esplanade Concourse from 4.30pm to 5.45pm.
Admission is free.