What to see, watch and listen from home #13
Museums have reopened, and there are still plenty of arts and culture offerings that you can enjoy at home. From rethinking love at a poetry workshop to watching a collaborative dance performance, there is something for everyone with #SGCultureAnywhere. Keep reading for our top picks of what to see, watch and listen from home.
An Epidemic Dictionary: Relaying A Truly Virtual Love Poem
Dig deep and pen your thoughts on love and loss in the form of a poem at this virtual workshop by award-winning poet Tan Chee Lay. This workshop, conducted in Mandarin, is part of The Art House’s Write From Home Workshop series where local authors explore how writing can be used as a tool to navigate through these uncertain times. Join the workshop this Sat, 4 July here.
Rachmaninoff Prelude In D Minor
Let the Orchestra of the Music Makers soothe you with this recording of their 2017 performance of Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in D Minor, Op. 23 No. 3, arranged by local composer Phoon Yu. Chill out to Rachmaninoff Prelude In D Minor here.
The Coronalogues – Silver Lining
Find inspiration in this series of monologues presented by the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) where local writers take a look on the bright side and share the positives amidst the current pandemic. If it inspires you, share your own silver lining story and stand a chance to win $500. Get introspective and join SRT’s What’s Your Silver Lining contest here til Mon, 13 July.
Aeropalmics: Turn Of The Sun Solo Exhibition
You don’t need to leave the bed to explore this nature-inspired virtual art exhibition by Singaporean artist Dawn Ang. The exhibition, presented by Cuturi Gallery in collaboration with art group So-Far, showcases woodcut sculptures that emulates Japanese rock gardens. Enjoy the Aeropalmics: Turn Of The Sun Solo exhibition here.
Don’t fret if you missed this origami-inspired dance performance by LASALLE College of the Arts students at the 2019 edition of Singapore Biennale, you can still catch the performance here. This performance is a collaboration between fashion and dance students, which uses dance to examine the relationship between the garment and the dancer.
(Photos: The Arts House, Orchestra of the Music Makers, Singapore Repertory Theatre, Cuturi Gallery and LASALLE College of the Arts)