The Dollhouse is an exploration of fate, mortality, and growing up from a feminine lens. Are the experiences of girlhood truly as fleeting and ephemeral as one would think?
Artblovk-pop-up gallery takes over Krafer’s Paradise Sim Lim Square in the heart of Singapore’s Bugis district under the creative vision of curator Comet Girl.
Through an inter-generational triptych of artists from a myriad of disciplines and backgrounds, Comet Girl, Hatsune Neneko and halcyn transform a space into a tableau of manufactured sweetness of modern day pop culture, with an undercurrent of decay.
This free exhibition presents a thoughtful and poignant experience for art enthusiasts of all walks paired with a sharing session by the creators. The show will take place as part of Singapore Art Week 2024, held from 19 to 28 January 2024.
On 15th December 2023, SCWO’s inaugural AWESOME Art Competition closed its submissions at a whopping 94 entries, with many of the artworks featuring our recently inducted honourees. Organised with the aim to encourage young audiences to learn about the inspiring stories in the Singapore Women’s ...
Many of us know Peace Centre as a dingy old mall, far from its glory days of being one of the pioneer malls in Singapore alongside others like Golden Mile Complex. Peace Centre opened in December 1974, and its reputation slowly declined as the popularity of KTV lounges grew in…
If you're looking to scratch your creative itch, our seven-day guide to Singapore Art Week 2024 — focusing on finding meaningful art beyond museums and eerily quiet galleries — might be just what the doctor ordered.