Get Creative With Art Trails And Workshops At Goodman Arts Centre, Then Visit An Art Exhibition By Hom Nguyen
If you're out of ideas on what to do this weekend, this line-up of exciting events might be of help. For art lovers, head to Miaja Gallery for a retrospective exhibition or the National Museum for an exhibition on the lives of Singaporean women, before spending the rest of the day at Goodman Arts Centre, where it will be filled with art trails, performances, and hands-on workshops for all.
1/4 The Lives of Women: How have women progressed in Singapore since independence?
What Held in collaboration with the National Museum of Singapore and the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame (SWHF), the second of a three-part series of exhibitions explores the lives of women in Singapore, with reference to 160 women who were inducted into the SWHF. This particular edition will examine key issues that are affecting women in Singapore since the nation's independence, in preparation for the final edition which looks towards the future.
When Till 19 January, 2020
(Related: 10 Women Who Are Shaping Singapore)
2/4 Goodman: B-Sides 2019
What Art lovers and plant enthusiasts will be thrilled to visit Singapore's largest arts enclave Goodman Arts Centre this Saturday, as it transforms into a creative garden space that will host fun workshops, pop-up performances and a bustling lifestyle market with trinkets to pique your interest. Don't forget to embark on the art trails as well, which will bring participants into the studios of artists and get a rare backstage glimpse of the Tian Yun Beijing Opera.
When November 16
3/4 Racines—An exhibition by Hom Nguyen
What French-Vietnamese artist Hom Nguyen will be exhibiting a collection of 20 artworks for his solo exhibition at Miaja Gallery. The collection, Racines, offers gallery-goers an insight into the artist's life and his journey to finding his cultural identity as an Asian immigrant in Europe. "My career hasn't been shaped by ideas that are imposed or formatted," shared Hom, "my work is a reflection of my own freedom of expression, and of who I truly am, my background and my roots."
When Till December 21
(Related: Hom Nguyen To Hold Solo Exhibition This Month: 5 Things To Know About The Artist)
4/4 Artbox Singapore
What The creative pop-up from Bangkok is back for its third and biggest edition, which will spread across a 200,000-square-foot event space at Singapore Turf Club. Taking place over two consecutive weekends, visitors will be greeted by three-level high containers upon entering the space and can look forward to various experiential activities, including perfumery workshops and a multi-sensory trail—to name a few artist-led sessions.
Gourmands will also be thrilled to find a delectable array of new food additions at the pop-up. From mentaiko fishball noodles to peranakan favourites such as the assam laksa, there's a never-ending list of food options for you to eat your fill.
When November 15 to 17 and 22 to 24