What to do this weekend (8 September – 10 September)
View an alternate side of Singapore’s design scene at Design Circuit, a collaboration between Naiise and oBike. The cycling circuit will take people through 10 of Singapore’s most creative pit stops, against the background of various design-related points of interest, like Haji Lane. Visitors will get to learn about the nature of business and design field of each pit stop, which consist of those with a strong design influence in retail, architecture, craft, art or food such as Basheer Graphics and street art gallery Kult Studio.
Date: 9 September
Time: Register and complete the trail anytime between 3pm – 9pm
Where: Design circuit booth, Naiise at Orchard Gateway, #02-02/24)
Price: $15 per person, $26 for a pair of tickets and $60 for a group of 5
Working with prominent local and regional galleries like FOST and Ikkan Art Gallery, the third edition of ‘The Artling Pop-up’ will feature an even bigger line-up showcasing over 80 artworks by some of the most promising artists under the age of 40 from 7 different countries in Asia. For furniture and design connoisseurs, check out the Design section, which will showcase a galore of stunning design objects and furniture items from both established and emerging contemporary designers in the region, including notable works from Ministry of Design and Kazunaga Sakashita.
The second installation in a two-part exhibition, Our Children will feature works by local artist Tang Da Wu, that illustrate his teaching experience over the years and his role in nurturing the future generation of artists. This will be accompanied with a full programme of fringe activities including talks and workshops, including performances by internationally renowned company Station House da Opera and interactive dialogue sessions.
Thinking of living a healthier lifestyle? Then the Health and Wellness Farmers Market is a must-visit this weekend. Located at Loewen Gardens, the market has a diverse array of wellness-related goods, from natural-based products to nutritional cookbooks to fresh organic produce like vegetables, fresh meat and honey. Those with kids can also bring them along for fun activities like face painting.
Indulge in food from all over the world under one roof! Back for its 14th edition, the World Food Fair brings together more than 200 local and international food and beverage establishments that you can try out and sample to your heart’s content. Aside from the food, there is also $60,000 worth of cash and prizes to be won.