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(Arts Republic) Singapore comes together in August to celebrate its independence. This National Day, The Arts House explores the lesser-known narratives that have shaped the country with LumiNation, the annual season celebrating the hidden...
(SG Magazine) It’s almost that time of the year where Singapore unites to celebrate its independence, and this National Day, look no further than The Arts House’s LumiNation 2020 to check out lesser-known narratives which have shaped our country.
(8world) 一系列精彩线上活动,让你更了解本地移民鲜为人知的故事。配合新加坡国庆日,新加坡艺术之家(The Arts House)将在8月1日至30日举行“LumiNation 2020”系列线上活动。
Singapore comes together in August to celebrate its independence. This National Day, The Arts House explores the lesser-known narratives that have shaped the country with LumiNation, the annual season celebrating the hidden histories and untold...
(Families for Life) Did you know? Storytelling is a great way for children to understand cultures and appreciate diversity.
(Bakchormeeboy) Even as the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have begun to ease in Singapore, it’s still hard to imagine planning for a performing arts festival in these extraordinary circumstances, let alone putting those plans into action.
(Money FM) Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Kamini Ramachandran, Master Storyteller and Creative Producer of StoryFest Online 2020
(Lianhe Zaobao) 线上故事节2020邀请了本地和海外的主讲人,分享富有文化色彩的民间传说,还有经验丰富的主讲者传授创作故事技巧,适合一家大小参加。
(SG magazine) There’s a lot a good story can do—inspire, motivate, spur creativity—the list goes on. Which is why the annual StoryFest in Singapore has been showcasing and celebrating a variety of styles, repertoire, and cultural presentations of...
(TallyPress.com) As the world adapts to this new normal, delve into the world of imagination with StoryFest Online 2020.
(8 World) 一家大小在线上共赏精彩有趣的故事,享受非一般的体验与乐趣!由讲故事中心(The Storytelling Centre Limited)及新加坡艺术之家(The Arts House)联合主办的线上版故事节2020 (StoryFest Online 2020)将于7月17日至27日举行。
(Time Out) Let your imagination run wild at StoryFest Online from July 17 to 27, as the annual festival takes over the virtual world with all your favourite timeless tales.
The New Age Parents) As the world adapts to this new normal, delve into the world of imagination with StoryFest Online 2020.
(Honeycombers) The annual storytelling festival is back this year with a slew of virtual events.
(Bakchormeeboy) Back in May, the Arts House stayed true to its title as Singapore’s literary arts centre by conducting the Write From Home Workshops to keep the writing community connected in spite of being physically apart.
As the world adapts to this new normal, delve into the world of imagination with StoryFest Online 2020. From 17 to 27 July 2020, The Storytelling Centre Limited and The Arts House will co-present the fourth installment of the annual storytelling...
(8 World) 透过网络向本地作家学习写作技巧,让宅家时光过得更充实。艺苑公司(Arts House Limited)在5月首次推出线上书写工作坊(WFH Workshops),受到公众热烈的响应。
(Sinema) After the successful debut of The Arts House’s WFH Workshops in May, their workshops are back by popular demand!
The Board of the Arts House Limited (AHL) announces that Ms Sarah Martin, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), has resigned and will be leaving AHL on 3 August 2020 to explore new opportunities.
(Anita Kapoor) I talk to author Melissa De Silva on how we begin to write our truth, and to BodyTalk practitioner Sufen Paphassarang on the way our bodies tell the truth and how to listen.
(Female Singapore) There are only so many movies you can watch on Netflix before suffering screen time overload. Instead, why not try your hand at something active instead via this creative writing course organised by the Arts House?
(The Straits Times) Many Singapore writers and publishers are trying new ways to connect with readers online during the circuit breaker period.
(BURO 24/7) Twitter is saying that Shakespeare wrote King Lear during the bubonic plague quarantine, so hey, no more excuses for putting off writing your bestselling novel now.
(The Straits Times) Pick up some skills while you work from home with The Arts House's Write From Home series of workshops.
(TimeOut) While we type away on our makeshift desks, we could all use some help to smash writer's block.
(Bakchormeeboy) As the arts world shifts towards the digital during this time of social distancing, The Arts House looks to connect writers remotely but intimately through a series of writing workshops.
(Sinema) As the arts world shifts towards the digital during this time of social distancing, The Arts House looks to connect writers remotely but intimately through a series of writing workshops collectively known as Write From Home Workshops...
The Board of the Arts House Limited (AHL) announces that Ms Sarah Martin, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), has resigned and will be leaving AHL on 3 August 2020 to explore new opportunities.
(Nylon Singapore) The Arts House at The Old Parliament will be offering a series of writing workshops collectively known as Writers From Home Workshops beginning on 9 May 2020.
(The Edge) Perhaps never before has the world truly appreciated the arts as it has right now, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
(Indian Beat) The 11th season of Thalam, Indian Beat begins in an exciting way to not only showcase community events but also various Indian societies and associations who play a vital role in uniting and engaging our community.
(The Straits Times) The gentle sounds of gates opening, footsteps on gravel and plants being watered may not even register to most listeners.
(Indian Beat) Indian Beat is a bilingual magazine show that serves as an excellent platform by featuring the activities and events organized by the various Indian ethnic organizations around Singapore.
(Bakchormeeboy) The Arts House has been a key part of the Civic District for years now. But for a lot of people, although it’s recognizable enough as a heritage building, who exactly are the people behind it, and what do they aim to do?
(Arts Republic) Textures: A Weekend with Words celebrates Singapore literature and its diverse community.
(The A List) Phoebe Su is in trouble. While attempting to solve the mysteries of O, she may have accidentally brought the different universes of Troy Chin's works together onto The Arts House lawn.
(Esquire Singapore) Craving for more Singapore literature after attending the inaugural Sing Lit Power House? You're in luck.
(Zaobao) 艺术之家举办“Textures”文艺周末,通过一系列节目,让各年龄层的公众参与本地文学艺术活动。
(The Straits Times) Step into the Old Changi Hospital, see ghosts and spirits, and listen to a chilling horror story.
(Little Steps) With the theme “These Storied Walls”, the annual Textures: A Weekend With Words festival returns for the third time.
(The New Age Parents) The annual #BuySingLit movement is back with a bang for its fourth year running. Explore our diverse literary landscape like you never have before: go beyond just reading – hear, see, touch and even taste the world of...
(The Straits Times) Step into the Old Changi Hospital, see ghosts and spirits and listen to a chilling horror story.
(Sinema) Textures: A Weekend With Words is back with its third edition, These Storied Walls. This year, the event is inspired heavily by the history of The Arts House and is focused on telling those stories.
(Bakchormeeboy) This March, get ready as The Arts House’s Textures: A Weekend with Words returns to breathe life into literature through a smorgasbord of arts events.
(Bakchormeeboy) This March, get ready as The Arts House’s Textures: A Weekend with Words returns to breathe life into literature through a smorgasbord of arts events.
(Singapore Tatler) What Themed “These Storied Walls”, the third edition of this annual festival at The Arts House brings together writers, artists and performers, including master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran and interdisciplinary sound artist...
(Little Steps) This year’s #BuySingLit festival is jam-packed with stories for young readers that'll engage, thrill, comfort and inform.
(The Smart Local) Textures 2020 is a festival created with the purpose of appreciating our local literary talents, with a series of performances, exhibitions, and an outdoor interactive experience based on QR codes.
(TimeOut) Time to get lost in the pages of books and stories from Singapore. Championing homegrown book publishers, retailers and literary non-profits, #BuySingLit promotes Singapore literature through a diverse line-up of programmes over two...
(Docket) The act of translation is usually a private affair that takes place when the translator engages with a piece of text. Other players – the author, the editor, the publisher, the reader might also be involved – but the craft still lies with...
(Arts Republic) Chinese Literary collective Matter.Less 所谓诗社 will be presenting re:Verse 4.0: Poetry/Displacement (砸诗烩4.0: 流离诗所), a series of adaptations of local literary works, which serves as a response or interpretation of the text through a...
(The A List) You don’t have to stick your nose in a book to enjoy Singapore literature. The #BuySingLit movement is holding exciting multi-sensory programmes in March to celebrate homegrown literature.
(The Edge Singapore) Angry Indian Women is the second devised play in the Goddesses of Words series, this time with poems by Singaporean poets Deborah Emmanuel and Pooja Nansi.
(TimeOut) Get lost in the pages of stories from Singapore. Championing homegrown book publishers, retailers and literary non-profits, #BuySingLit promotes Singapore literature through an exciting line-up of programmes across the city including...
(Sinema) Returning for its third edition with the theme “These Storied Walls”, the annual festival is inspired by The Arts House’s many identities.
(The A List) University sophomore Miwako Sumida has hanged herself, leaving those closest to her reeling. In the months before her suicide, she was hiding away in a remote mountainside village, but what, or whom, was she running from?
(The Finder) Celebrating Singapore literature and its diverse community, the third edition of the festival takes on the theme "These Storied Walls" inspired by The Arts House's many identities.
(bakchormeeboy) Textures 2020 runs from 13th to 22nd March 2020 at the Arts House. Tickets and full programme lineup available here
(Singapore Art & Gallery Guide) Illustrator and author Patrick Yee (余广达), will read from his latest picture book aimed at introducting life of the previous generations to the young of today. Kids will be invited to connect with the Singapore’s...
(Mackerel) Returning for its third edition with the theme “These Storied Walls”, the signature annual literary arts festival is inspired by The Arts House’s many identities. From a Scotsman’s planned estate to a courthouse, assembly house, the...
(Alvinology) In view of the evolving COVID-19 situation and following the Ministry of Health raising the DORSCON level to orange, #BuySingLit has made some adjustments to this year’s programmes in order to ensure the health and safety of the...
(Singapore Motherhood) Textures is an annual festival celebrating local literature, something that we at SingaporeMotherhood definitely believe in! This year’s, themed “These Storied Walls”, brings SingLit to life within the walls of The Arts...
(Rolypoly Family) The Basket by Rolypoly Family is a new dance theatre show for young ones aged 4 to 8 yo and their families. This is part of #buysinglit festival, in partnership with @epigrambooks and @groundupinitiative. Thanks to @theartground...
(Hype & Stuff) From 13 to 22 March 2020, The Arts House presents the third edition of its trademark literary arts festival. Co-commissioned by The Arts House and #BuySingLit (Singapore’s literary movement), and supported by National Arts Council,...
(BAKCHORMEEBOY) The annual #BuySingLit returns this March in its fourth attempt to continue pushing the public to take an interest in local literature, and purchase local authors.
(Hype & Stuff) #BuySingLit is back, making 2020 the 4th year of this movement. #BuySingLit is an industry-led initiative, encouraging locals to support their fellow writers. This year, participants will be treated to an exciting sensory experience...
(The Lifestyle Collective) The annual #BuySingLit movement is back for its fourth year running. This year, be sure to explore the diverse literary landscape like you never have before. Go beyond the written word and excite all your senses with...
(Avenue One) #BuySingLit 2020, organised by Singapore Book Council in collaboration with various publishers, bookstores and organisations in Singapore, will be back for its fourth installment to continue promoting and celebrating local literature.
(Buro 24/7) A silent disco in a disused power station isn't the first thing that comes to mind when we think of great Singaporean authors and writing, but that's exactly how homegrown literary festival #BuySingLit is attempting to change...
(8 Days) Part of the #BuySingLit movement, this literary festival celebrates homegrown writers, artists and performers. Featuring an array of programmes and installations to celebrate Singapore literature, this year’s edition has also piled on the...
(The Straits Times) The #BuySingLit movement powers up in its fourth year at Pasir Panjang Power Station, whose echoing halls will be filled with ghost stories, an art installation and a silent disco.
From 13 to 22 March, The Arts House will present Textures: A Weekend with Words as part of its efforts to build the national literary arts centre.
(The Straits Times) SINGAPORE - The #BuySingLit movement powers up in its fourth year at Pasir Panjang Power Station, whose echoing halls will be filled with ghost stories, an art installation and a silent disco.
(TODAY) SINGAPORE — Literature and disco might not seem like a natural pairing, but the organisers of this year’s #BuySingLit festival are looking to dispel that perception with the world’s first literary silent disco at Pasir Panjang Power Station...
(SG Magazine) Just when we thought we’d seen it all at last year’s edition of #BuySingLit, the literary movement decides to surprise us with what sounds like a rambunctious, literary-inspired warehouse party when it returns this March.
(Zaobao) 从英国移民新加坡的玛乔丽·多格特,带着相机与三脚架记录1950年代的新加坡城市景观。
(Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore) Like at festivals worldwide, light projection mappings have become popular attractions in Singapore, as two local artists who’ve lit some of the city-state’s most iconic buildings can attest.
(BAKCHORMEEBOY) Held in conjunction with the National Gallery Singapore’s Light to Night Festival, over two weekends, the Arts House saw visitors from all walks of life spill over from the Civic District to the premises, taking in the multitude of...
(The Straits Times) Nobody knows when precisely Beethoven was born. Informed opinion puts his birthday sometime during 1770, so the international musical community has labelled all of 2020 as Beethoven's 250th year.
(The Straits Times) The Opera People presented Beethoven's Fidelio over two nights in conjunction with The Arts House's own Prologue Festival.
(SG MAGAZINE) There are still weeks left to go before the next Singapore Art Week (SAW) arrives, and the list of available programmes continue to expand.
(The Straits Times) From dramatic monologues about disability to a rousing debate over whether men are ruining feminism, the 22nd Singapore Writers Festival, which ran from Nov 1 to last Sunday, questioned in myriad ways what it means to have a...
(TimeOut) This March, literary arts festival Textures returns with the theme of Love and Loss (and some things in between). With thoughtfully curated programmes such as plays, music performances, workshops, and exhibitions, this literary festival...
(BeritaHarian.sg) IRAMA persis ombak membelah pantai cukup menenangkan bagaikan membawa minda anda menerawang jauh ke alam mimpi indah belum kesampaian.
(Bakchormeeboy) The 22nd edition of the Singapore Writers Festival (SWF), was officially opened at the National Gallery Singapore earlier this evening by Guest of Honour, Ms Sim Ann, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and...
(Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore) SINGAPORE — We are sitting in a room in The Arts House, an oasis of calm and coolness in comparison to the sweltering heat outside, and Yeo Siew Hua is explaining how it took him two years of spending time with migrant...
(BeritaHarian.sg) GOLONGAN artis dan akademik mula meneroka identiti negara melalui ruang dan seni bina di pesta LumiNation yang diadakan di The Arts House mulai hari ini hingga Ahad.
(The Straits Times) From a talk on casinos to an exhibition on photos past and present at theme park Haw Par Villa, artists and academics explore national identity through space and architecture at the LumiNation festival at The Arts House, which...
SINGAPORE - From a talk on casinos to an exhibition on photos past and present at theme park Haw Par Villa, artists and academics explore national identity through space and architecture at the LumiNation festival at The Arts House, which runs from...
(Zaobao) 岁月匆匆,时光荏苒。白驹过隙间能留下的往往只是一张张照片,将一幕幕往事永久定格。
StoryFest: International Storytelling Festival Singapore will be returning for its third edition from 21 to 24 June 2019
Arts House Limited (AHL) is proud to welcome Rupert Thomson on board as the new Head of Artistic Programmes (AHL Venues)
Arts House Limited (AHL) is proud to welcome Rupert Thomson on board as the new Head of Artistic Programmes (AHL Venues)
StoryFest: International Storytelling Festival Singapore will be returning for its third edition from 21 to 24 June 2019
(The Straits Times) A live adaptation of local writer Russell Lee's True Singapore Ghost Stories series is part of this year's Textures literary festival
(The Straits Times) SINGAPORE - When people are ushered into the dimly lit Play Den at The Arts House on the night of March 9, they will be greeted by the sight of a lone woman sitting on the ground, surrounded by candles, an apple, a mirror and a...
Words and Emotions come alive in the sophomore edition of Textures (#texturessg)
Inaugural Festival of Indian Arts and Ideas brings iconic Indian artists and thinkers to Singapore for a weekend of debate and dialogue
(8world) 艺术之家(The Arts House)去年3月举办首届“Textures”文艺周末,通过各类型的活动和项目让各年龄层的公众参与,推广本地文学艺术。
We note that there have been conflicting reports in the media on the cancellation of The Phantom of Oxley Castle book launch at The Arts House.
Forty-two works have been selected for their literary excellence from some 700 entries for the 2017 Golden Point Award.
A new poetry series launched by The Arts House pays tribute to Singapore’s diverse multi-lingual culture by celebrating literary excellence in local poetry in all four of the country’s official languages.
文化奖得主--蔡斯民透过镜头,捕捉中国当代画坛泰斗--吴冠中的各种神情,让人窥见这位已故画家的个性与生活写照。
For the first time in Southeast Asia, Cultural Medallion recipient Chua Soo Bin showcases over 50 photographic portraits of late Chinese painter Wu Guanzhong, offering an intimate glimpse into the man widely credited as the founder of modern...
The Arts House is proud to present a two-night showcase Bach Continuum featuring internationally acclaimed Singaporean violinists Kam Ning and Loh Jun Hong on 15 and 16 June.
Presented by The Arts House and The Storytelling Centre Limited, the inaugural StoryFest: International Storytelling Festival Singapore will showcase a total of 23 international and Singapore storytellers from 2nd till 4th June.
Golden Point Award (GPA) is back this year to search for emerging stars of literary arts.
Gaurav Kripalani will be appointed the new Festival Director designate of the Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) with effect from 1 May 2017.
Celebrate the power of the word. Choose your party
Organised by The Arts House, World Lit featuring Gitanjali Kolanad will take place on 8 September 2016.
A Photographic Exhibition on Dance and Theatre in Singapore
Editor-turned-photographer, Melisa Teo, will exhibit 25 photographic images in The Light Beyond exhibition at The Arts House from 27 May to 19 June.
A new programme has been created by The Arts House. Called In an Actor’s Conversation, it is a series of intimate dialogue with distinguished actors Oliver Chong, Yeo Yann Yann and Nelson Chia.
The Arts House is home to two music festivals in October – the inaugural Singapore International Festival of Music from 26 September to 10 October, and the 5th Lieder Festival from 16 to 18 October.
Sally Wen Mao and Ong Szu Yoong were awarded the two coveted positions in one of Singapore’s most sought-after residency programme
The Arts House launches Text in the City, a campaign centred on Singapore poetry, featuring familiar, everyday spaces and places in Singapore.
The Arts House casts the spotlight on Malaysian writers this June in its World Lit programme
Fresh from the success of our two major translation events in May
We turned 10 last month and celebrated this milestone with a 10-day festival from 26 March – 6 April
26th March 2014 marks the 10th anniversary celebration of The Arts House, the crown jewel of the company
The Arts House marks its 10-year milestone by “disappearing” from the arts scene! Tongue-in-cheek yet contemplative
Emerging writers from around the world are invited to apply for the prestigious Singapore Creative Writing Residency 2014 (SCWR)
We kick off December (and begin our countdown) with a celebration of the words of Yu through music and film.
In conjunction with the concert, there will also be a forum on Yu Kwang-chung’s Words and Music
We refer to Kenneth Cheng’s commentary, Singapore Literature: The Write Stuff
Fairy tales have a paradoxical appeal: They pull you in with the promise of happy-ever-after, but they also make your stomachs churn with horrific tales of cruelty and death.
Singaporeans who think they cannot – or do not know how to enjoy – Singapore literature can now discover for themselves the depth and breadth of our literary heritage in Sing Lit 101, a new series programmed by The Arts House which begins on 17...
Join us for a Writer’s Party this August and September at The Arts House!
In an unprecedented move, two writers – one from Singapore and the other from the UK – have been appointed to the 2013 Singapore Creative Writing Residency.
In an unprecedented move, two writers – one from Singapore and the other from the UK – have been appointed to the 2013 Singapore Creative Writing Residency.
Let me take the case of Katherine Mansfield. She has led, ever since she can remember, a very typically false life
Singaporeans are invited to take part in a series of flavourful talks and performances to understand who we are at Food-O-Philia
Following their showcase at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, award-winning ceramist Dr Wee Hong-Ling and photographer Yap Lay Bee are showing their works in a joint exhibition in Singapore for the first time.
Reborn.Fullstop.. marks local dance company ECNAD’s 17th anniversary celebration as well as farewell performance.
Award-winning playwright Jean Tay, prolific Chinese picture book illustrator and writer Lee Kow Fong, renowned dancer/writer Tammy Wong and master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran will headline Literally 9 this March, The Arts House’s anniversary...
Audience in Singapore will be the first outside of India to catch Indian artist Sanjay Kumar’s solo exhibition Silent Sermon, a series of paintings and installations inspired by Buddha and his life.
Singapore’s first major translation symposium will gather translators, industry players, writers, publishers, artists and policymakers from around Asia to share views and experiences on the important subject of translation.
Audience in Singapore will have a rare chance to plumb the crazy and seedy side of the country through the 1971 B-movie Wit’s End
Singapore cinema gets an extra boost this month with a brand new initiative from The Arts House which will see an expanded platform for rarely screened Singapore films.
Emerging writers from around the world are invited to apply for the prestigious Singapore Creative Writing Residency
UK poet Jay Bernard has concluded her yearlong appointment as the Resident Writer of The Arts House and NUS University Scholars Programme (USP) Creative Writing Residency.
Singapore plays host to the CausewayEXchange (CEX) Festival
The deadline for the ninth edition of the Mentor Access Project (MAP) has been extended to 13 July, 2012, to allow more aspiring writers to apply for mentorship under the scheme.
A war-weary insurgent hiding in the jungle, a frustrated wife who stares down a yellow elephant, and a young girl who has swallowed the sun.
Come March 26, The Arts House will be turned into a House of Proverbs as audiences are invited to discover literary gold
Three emerging and up- and -coming Chinese artists will be in Singapore as part of a two week long exhibition titled Savor: The Cultural Experience of Post-80s Artists in China
Young poet Jay Bernard has been appointed the first recipient of the Creative Writing Residency
Young poet Jay Bernard has been appointed the first recipient of the Creative Writing Residency
Singaporean singer-songwriter Jones Shi Kang Jun opens his first solo art exhibition, BRAT 兔崽子, at The Arts House from the 1st to the 7th of December 2011.
The year 2011 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Czeslaw Milosz, a great Polish writer and poet, awarded with the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Singapore penned the longest Giant Poem in Asia over the weekend, spanning a record length of 170 metres!
After making well-received stops in Hong Kong at the recent Hong Kong Art Fair and in Beijing, Spring Floods and Peach Petals will be presented here in Singapore for the first time.
An arts and culture exchange programme between Singapore and Malaysia comes to Kuala Lumpur for the first time with a showing of some of Singapore's wittiest, though-provoking and young and upcoming artists for four days at The Kuala Lumpur...
Come end June, aspiring creative entrepreneurs and traditional arts practitioners from around Asia will receive a fresh boost at Asia on the Edge (AOTE), a Singapore-based festival of ideas and cultures.
Acclaimed Indian screen legend Kamal Hassan will deliver a public lecture in Singapore for the first time this June at Asia on the Edge (AOTE), Singapore’s new platform for the creative industries.
The Arts House launches a new quarterly series, Zoom In, this June that explores the multi-faceted nature of creativity by spotlighting one of Singapore’s leading theatre directors, Glen Goei.
After a year’s hiatus, the Asian Festival of Children’s Content is back and is bigger, better and bolder!
Do you aspire to be a creative entrepreneur? Or you are already one but are still brimming with ideas?
For the first time in Singapore, renowned Broadway actor Bruce Kuhn will bring literary giant Leo Tolstoy to life in a one-man show, Tales of Tolstoy.
Calling published writers of all stripes and any nationality – apply now for the Creative Writing Residency, and spend a year to complete a work and mentor new writers in Singapore.
The Arts House is turning seven this March on a literary pivot – to become a multidisciplinary arts centre with a literary focus.
Enjoy the rich expanse of nature and wilderness through the art of internationally known Singaporean artist Rupa Natarajan this February at The Arts House.
Singaporeans will be the first to see the latest in robotics this January when leading Japanese android scientist Hiroshi Ishiguro makes his first public appearance in Singapore together with his latest android at The Arts House.
The eighth edition of the Mentor Access Project (MAP), which will commence in March 2011, is now open for applications till 31 Dec 2010.
Five days of Malaysia’s quirkiest, most original, and inspirational artists sharing a facet of Malaysia that is rarely seen, all in one House, at the inaugural CausewayEXchange
Following a well-received inaugural season (2009), Play Den Productions 2010 returns and kicks off this season with a tribute to the 200th anniversary of Chopin.
Young and dynamic Chinese-Canadian contemporary artist sparkles at her debut solo exhibition in Singapore at The Arts House
40 plays in all four languages over four weeks of competition
Come Valentine’s Day 2010, Ko-Nen Creative and The Arts House will present the first ever Mandarin dinner- musical theatre experience in Singapore.
Short+Sweet attracts an extraordinary range of artists, from absolute theatre novices to internationally recognised playwrights such as William C Kovacsik.
The Mandarin 10 component of Short+Sweet Singapore 2009 includes several newcomers to the theatre scene, including a commercial film director, engineer, lawyer and even a medical student.
The Arts House and Orangedot Management (ODM) is embarking on a new collaboration that will see the birth of a new series of theatre productions showcasing at The Arts House’s Play Den.
Lights, Music, Action!
From romantic comedies to botched burglaries and attempted murders, the 2009 Short+Sweet season promises to be a fulfilling rollercoaster night out at the theatre!
In conjunction with the upcoming Singapore River Festival 2009 in June, ECNAD and The Arts House will be presenting CampFire, a dance festival for the massescelebrating the vibrancy of dance and life on 19 and 20 June 2009 at The Arts House.
First-time screening in Singapore – two independent movies about Perak’s most infamous pirate legends
Five New Collaborations with Singapore Arts Groups lined up in 2009!
Organised by National Arts Council and The Arts House In Conjunction with Singapore Writers Festival 2009
In June 2008, Ken Kwek had his first ten-minute play, I’ll Have The Special, produced at Short+Sweet Singapore. In July, his full-length political satire, Apocalypse: LIVE! was staged at the 2008 Singapore Theatre Festival.
A New Arts Education Centre Dedicated to Identify and Nurture Talented Children between the ages of five and 12
An art exhibition held in conjunction with a fundraiser by the Rotary Club of Pandan Valley for deserving students of Northbrooks Secondary School
More than 100 children will come together to create a fun-filled Children’s Day for 1,000 children from low-income families at a fundraising-cum-community event called Children for Children @ Singapore Flyer today!
The Singapore International Story Telling Festival (SISF) is back.
The Singapore International Story Telling Festival is back this year with something new and more to offer.
Short+Sweet Singapore 2008 is kicking off in less than two weeks!
The Singapore arts scene has four exciting platforms to look forward to as The Arts House celebrates its fourth anniversary!
Hailed as one of Singapore’s arts scene’s top 10 important developments of 2004 by The Straits Times, the NUS–FASS and The Arts House Writing Fellowship this year has been awarded to well-known Singapore theatre practitioner Kaylene Tan.
A New Retail Concept Co-Developed by The Arts House & Barang Barang Pte Ltd
Singapore, 24 May 2007 –The stories just get bigger with Singapore International Story Telling Festival (SISF) as it enters its second year.
The Golden Point Award (GPA), Singapore’s premier creative writing competition and only national writing competition to celebrate new writing in the four major languages will go one step further in its 8th edition this year with a new focus on...
Singapore artist sold all 40 paintings valued at more than $100,000 within two days!
Welcome to Begin Again – A New Journey, a new exhibition by one of Singapore’s prominent third generation artists, Ms. Christine Mak.
The arts scene is set to see new areas of development when Ms. Jennie Chua assumes chairmanship of The Old Parliament House Ltd that manages The Arts House this March.
The spotlight is on Hong Kong from 2 – 10 February 2007 in Singapore during Spotlight Hong Kong, an arts and cultural exchange programme.
Singapore, 29 November 2006 – Having raised close to $500,000 and benefited more than 500 underprivileged children in just 18 months since The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) was officially launched in Singapore by The Arts House at...
Singapore, 15 November 2006 – The Arts House is inviting children and teenagers aged between five to 14 years old to participate in various exciting arts & creativity programmes during the coming school vacations in November and December!
Singapore, 23 October 2006 – Earshot, Singapore’s only book and music store that focuses exclusively on literature, music and films produced by Singaporeans or about Singapore, opens her second retail outlet at the Esplanade Mall!
Singapore, 16 October 2006 – In an effort to actively promote and sustain cultural and artistic exchanges between different cities in Asia, The Arts House will present a new initiative Spotlight Singapore in Tokyo at one of Japan’s largest and...
Singapore, 28 September 2006 –The long-awaited solo album of songs Worm by Leslie Low will be out in Singapore this October! Former frontman of Singapore indie stalwarts Humpback Oak and current member of The Observatory, Leslie returns to his...
Singapore, 7 July 2006 – Earshot, Singapore’s only book and music store that focuses exclusively on literature and music produced by Singaporeans or about Singapore, celebrates her first anniversary with a bang!
Singapore, 22 February 2006 – Singaporean artist Anthony Y.S. Tan, will be exhibiting a new collection of some 20 paintings at The Arts House from 4 – 12 March, themed around the marine environment.
Singapore, 15 February 2006 – The Arts House is pleased to announce that David Lynch’s Blue Velvet will be screened theatrically for the first time in Singapore and the film has passed the Board of Film Censors uncut and rated M18.
Singapore, 13 February 2006 – The Arts House will celebrate its second anniversary with VOLUME II: BIZARRE, a festival of music, dance, visual arts and films from 10 – 19 March 2006.
Singapore, 28 December 2005 – The Arts House will make its first venture overseas as programme partner for “Spotlight Singapore”,the highlight of the highly prestigious annual City Festival 2006 organised by the Fringe Club, Hong Kong. The City...
One hundred children who have had little prior experience or opportunity to engage in the arts will get to do so at The Arts House’s first arts camp from 12 to 14 December 2005.
Singapore, 23 November 2005 – Have you ever wondered what would happen if Ebenezer Scrooge sang show tunes? If Tiny Tim were a character from Annie? If Jacob Marley was a woman? Well, maybe you haven’t!
Singapore, 18 November 2005 – Singapore writing remains an area of the arts scene that can look forward to new works and emerging talent as the NUS – FASS and The Arts House Writing Fellowship enters its second year.
Singapore, 15 November 2006 – Come December, The Arts House will present a series of fundraising events for The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) including a Christmas promotion at iFOURUM, a jewellery exhibition titled Seed-links, as...
Singapore, 20 Oct 2005 – Due to overwhelming response during the 15th European Union Film Festival (2005) presented by The European Union Cultural Committee & Singapore Film Society, The French Embassy, Singapore, has partnered The Arts House to...
Singapore, 16 September 2005 – The Arts House and Celestial Pictures celebrate 100 Years of Chinese Films and pay tribute to the legendary Shaw Brothers Film studios, an institution which more than any other established the styles, developed the...
Singapore, 1 July 2005 – The Arts House at the Old Parliament officially launches Earshot, a new concept retail space which is fully dedicated to the promotion of Singapore’s books, music and film, and it aims ultimately to be The Destination for...
Singapore, 18 May 2005 – The Arts House and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore, are pleased to announce the start of the History Playwrights’ Circle, a mentorship programme and writers group led by Huzir...
Singapore, 21 April 2005 – For the first time ever, musicians NUS Electronic Music Lab will present a 15-minute piece of music combining electronica and MIELE’s latest vacuum cleaners in MIELE Musical Experience, an attempt to provide on occasion...
Singapore, 15 April 2005 – The Arts House at The Old Parliament will officially launch its Budding Artists Fund with the announcement of its imminent adoption by leading local business daily The Business Times.
Singapore, 15 April 2005 – This June, live and breathe DESIGN at The Arts House at the Old Parliament as Australian designers in studio glass art, contemporary homeware, fashion and cinematic arts not only demonstrate their passion for design but...
Singapore, 17 February 2004 – The nation’s latest arts venue, The Arts House at the Old Parliament, opens officially this March with its Opening Festival, NO MORE WALLS.
Singapore, 18 December 2003 – In a bold move that aims at creating a dynamic and economically viable arts scene, The Arts House launches a pilot scheme based on a risk-sharing principle between venue and artists.
Singapore, 17 October 2003 – The hoardings have come down on Singapore’s oldest surviving government building, the Old Parliament House.