Graduates and students from Lasalle College of Arts come together to organise and launch Airplane Mode, an event happening in GR.iD for two months from November to December 2021. Showcasing local artists, the event aims to promote the art culture and creativity of Singapore and will feature various creative workshops, independent retail brands and an exhibition of creations.
The concept behind Airplane Mode is to serve as a reminder to disconnect from the noise of one’s devices and life; and to enter a space that’s meant for reflection and appreciation for art and creativity.
In a time when it’s hard to be an artist, the use of the paperclip in their logo symbolises the simple act of supporting one another, a mark of the local communities coming together in support and a show of resilient solidarity in the midst of the pandemic.
Featuring 10 different workshops conducted by different local brands, Airplane Mode aims to allow Singaporeans to tap into their creative side and explore the possibilities of their own creations using different mediums from fabrics and textiles to music to painting and digital art.
From the classic workshops such as crocheting and art jamming sessions to songwriting, one can look forward to various methods of creating something new and unique to them.
Venue: GR.iD, 1 Selegie Road, Singapore 188306
When: 5 Nov 2021 - 9 Jan 2022,