Who are our dreamers? What are their dreams? When do dreams become reality?
For two weeks this September, NUS Centre For the Arts will invoke the dreams of Singapore’s cultural pioneers with If We Dream: NUS Arts Festival 2018 through dance, music, theatre, film, exhibition and open dialogue. Local and international artists, thought leaders from across the campus and the very best student performers will come together to explore the achievements of our predecessors and question whether the challenge for the next generation is to realise the dreams of their forebears or to forge a new path.
Inspired by Goh Poh Seng’s If We Dream Too Long published the same year as the formation of the University’s first arts group in 1968, the Festival this year also marks a milestone for NUS Centre For the Arts, which celebrates its 25th anniversary of impacting and enriching life on campus through active engagement in the arts.
Ticketing and registration is now open via www.nusartsfestival.com
Ticketed events start at just $15 for full time students and $25 for the public. Special pricing options are also available for school groups.
Free events for the festival include the Critical Conversations discussion series and exclusive screenings of award-winning Asian films.
When: 7 - 23 Sep 2018,