What to see, watch and listen this week

What to see, watch and listen this week

Enjoy this medley of arts and culture offerings from virtual gallery tours to short film screenings. If you are looking for ways to relax and recharge this weekend, read on for our top picks of what to see, watch and listen.

Heritage

Virtual Tour Of Materials And Design

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Travel back in time with the Asian Civilisations Museum’s galleries that explore materials and design through fashion, textiles, ceramics and jewellery. With over four hundred artefacts on display, enjoy this virtual experience from the comfort of your home. Get up-close with the eye-catching pieces and discover the stories behind them with the ACM’s Virtual Tour of Materials and Design here.  

Music

Resonates With Featuring Violinist Lynnette Seah

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Sit back, unwind and listen to well-known Singapore violinist Lynnette Seah perform music that responds to masterpieces in the National Gallery Singapore. Her live-streamed performance this Saturday afternoon is part of the Gallery’s celebration of Singapore’s 55th year of nationhood. Enjoy Resonates With featuring Lynnette Seah here

Visual Arts

Echo: An Exhibition Of Sculpture And Installations

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Reimagine the role of technology in your daily life with this art exhibition at The Substation, which transforms household items into sculptures and installations. Titled after Electronic Computing Home Operator, the first home computer built out of surplus parts in 1966, the show aims to highlight both the possibilities and drawbacks of technology as seen in everyday household appliances and objects. Find out more about Echo: An exhibition of sculpture and installations here.

Theatre

Wild@Home On Demand: The Importance Of Being Earnest

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Lift your spirits with this award-winning, all-male production of the popular Oscar Wilde comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest. Directed by Glen Goei and starring Chua Enlai, Hossan Leong and Ivan Heng, this play, about courtship and trickery spun out of control, promises to have you in stitches. Recorded from a live show staged on 7 Feb at the Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre, watch The Importance of Being Earnest here, available until 30 August.

Film

ArtScience On Screen: Ode To Invention

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Inspire the little ones to dream big with Ode to Invention. The film series, presented by the ArtScience Museum, features four short films that profile young Einsteins and their inventions borne out of the ordinary. Plan your visit to the film screening with information on ArtScience on Screen: Ode to Invention here.

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