What to see, watch and listen from home #9
You have baked your heart out, became a fitspo enthusiast and worn your arms out whipping up Dalgona coffee; time to try something new. Join a cathartic sing-along session or watch a playful comedy online – with the many arts and culture offerings online, the possibilities for staying inspired at home are endless. Read on for our top picks..
From The Living Room
Kick back and enjoy performances by Singaporean artists and arts groups from the comfort of your living room. This series, commissioned by the National Arts Council and part of the #SGCultureAnywhere campaign, is streamed every weeknight at 8pm on the National Art Council’s Facebook page. Tune in to From The Living Room here.
Hear65 Sing Along SG
Sing your heart out at this online karaoke session featuring homegrown singers and bands. The singalong, streamed live every Saturday on Hear65 and Bandwagon’s social channels until 13 June, is hosted by actress Munah Bagharib. It stars artists and bands such as HubbaBubbas, Joanna Dong and Sezairi, who will perform original works, complete with onscreen lyrics. Tune in to Hear65 Sing Along SG every Saturday here.
Mama White Snake
Share laughs with loved ones – watch the digital stream of the play, Mama White Snake, by Singapore theatre company W!LD RICE. Written by Alfian Sa’at, the musical puts a playful twist on the classic Chinese folk tale, Madam White Snake. The show is a recording of the play which premiered in 2017. Watch Mama White Snake here.
Fill up on art with this new series of digital arts and culture offerings launched by the Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA). The festival, which postponed its run in May due to the COVID-19 situation, is rolling out online talks, workshops and performances, as well as showcasing content by arts groups commissioned to premiere new work at SIFA 2020. Explore the rich offerings of SIFA v2.020 here, and don’t miss The A List’s top picks.
Points Of View: Darren Soh On Architecture Photography In Singapore
Learn the art of photographing buildings from architecture photographer Darren Soh. The Objectifs centre for photography and film has a resource page on its website where Soh shares photography tips and tricks from his 20 years of experience. The content is based on talks and a documentary produced for his 2018 solo exhibition at Objectifs. Learn more about Darren Soh On Architecture Photography In Singapore here.
(Photos: Hear65, WILD RICE!, National Arts Council, Singapore International Festival of Arts and Darren Soh)