F1 Weekend at Forlino

When September 15 to 17

What With an undisrupted view of the infamous Turn 13, look on as the F1 action unfolds over a glass of champagne and a spread of Italian delicacies at Forlino. Join their F1 Weekend Lunch from 12 to 2.30pm for Italian classics, or swing by in the night for their F1 fine-dining menu. If you prefer something lighter on the palate, Forlino’s Around the World in 80 Tastes F1 Viewing Party offers a cocktail buffet specially prepared by DHM Group's Forlino, &Made, L’Entrecotre, Sabio and Angela May Food Chapters.

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Manolo Valdés in Singapore 

When September 15 to October 15

What Manolo Valdés is holding his first major exhibition in Singapore—and the whole of Asia in fact—at Ion Orchard this Friday. Some of the sculptures you can expect to find include Mariposas— one of his most-known works—and Ivy, featuring a head-dress made of swirling rods. Both were part of his 2012 exhibition Manolo Valdés: Monumental Sculpture. Drawing inspiration largely from his Spanish heritage, the artist retains an unconventional perspective. Come immerse yourself amongst a selection of original paintings, collages, and sculptures, and see the world as Valdés does.

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Singapore Grand Prix – Off-Track Entertainment

When September 15 to 17

What With a stellar lineup of entertainment featuring award-winning international performers, the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix is an event not to be missed, whether you are an F1-fan or not. Performing in Singapore for the very first time are American sweetheart Ariana Grande, Colorado quintet OneRepublic, and Grammy award winner The Chainsmokers—just to name a few—as they bring us all-time favourites like Closer, Something Just Like This (by The Chainsmokers), Bang Bang and Side to Side (by Ariana Grande).

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(Related: F1 After-Parties To Check Out)


The Artling Pop-Up x YH Conservation Workshop

When September 16

What The YH Conservation, a joint venture between Asia’s leading art handler Helu-Trans and the Cheng Shiu University Conservation Center in Taiwan, is holding their first public event this Saturday in collaboration with The Artling. Spend an hour up close with professional conservator of paintings Hera Chan and expand your knowledge about the conservation of art pieces, on top of meeting with like-minded art lovers. The Artling Pop-Up exhibition runs until 5pm on September 17. 

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