Singapore International Festival of Arts 2017 – O.P.E.N
A pre-festival to the upcoming Singapore International Festival of Arts, The O.P.E.N seeks to bring back the unusual and unexpected of everyday life with the theme ‘Enchantment’. Offering 5 weeks of eye-opening exploration into our world and humanity, audiences can expect a well-curated selection of 43 programmes held on a myriad of platforms, from film to audio-visual exhibitions for an immersive entrance into the world of art.
Been eyeing a new product or wanting to replace one of your old home appliances for some time? Well you’re in luck. The highly anticipated Bosch Warehouse Sale is happening this weekend, with up to 90% discounts on all kinds of appliances. The first 20 customers each day will also receive a free Bosch Tingkat set worth $49.90 with no minimum spend required.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a bargain buy for fresh bedding essentials, this sale event is the place to be. The Akemiuchi sale event at Suntec will have tons of stylish bed linens and bedding items to provide you with a restful night of sleep while matching the decor of your bedrooms for a stylish look. So hurry down while stocks last!
Immerse yourself in the old-school haphazard charm of Sungei Road Market (also known as Thieves Market) before it closes on 10th July. Rich in history and culture, the 80-year-old market has been grounds to regular hawkers and peddlers for years. Learn more about the place at the tour and maybe even pick up an item or two from the myriad of wares spread out at the market.
Step into a world of different ‘perspectives’ at STPI’s annual special exhibition featuring David Hockney and his boundary-pushing work. The 36 carefully selected works addresses two questions, “How do we see” and “How do we depict it”. This chain of thought masterfully creates pieces which absorbs the viewer into the work, making them a ‘part’ of the artwork instead of a mere onlooker.