1. How many kitty cats can you spot at the Meows In Museum?
Cat lovers be prepared to be amused at Meows In Museum, a solo exhibition by Russian artist Svetlana Petrova and Zarathustra the Cat. Showcasing 20 limited editions media creations—synthesising digital art with classical oil painting and her witty humour—starting your weekend purrfectly!
Located at Fullerton Hotel East Garden Foyer, from 6 to 30 October 2016
2. Morrissey Live In Singapore At Marina Barrage
Iconic indie rock and British pop, The Smiths’ Morrissey will be performing his solo act here at the Singapore Marina Barrage. With twelve solo top 10 albums, three of which landed at #1 on the UK charts, and voted as the “Best Concert Of The Year” by The Straits Times—you do not want to miss his hypnotic concert.
Located at Green Roof D, Marina Barrage, 15 October 2016, 8PM
3. Be inspired by the da:ns movement
Taking centrestage this mid-October is da:ns festival 2016. The 11-day event is packed with performances and master classes to get your body moving and spirits lifted high. Connecting dance masters to artists and audiences, the showcase includes works by Pina Bausch, Ohad Naharin and Sara Baras. New this year are the Sixteen Dance Challenge and Coffee Chats program.
Esplanade Singapore, 13 to 23 October 2016
4. Delve into the abstract world at Dawn of Youth
On a mission to introduce emerging artists in a well curated space, Dawn of Youth is currently exhibiting contemporary print and ceramic works by four Japanese and Singaporean artists this month. With picture perfect lighting for Instagram, spread and share their abstract world with your followers.
Kato Art Duo, Raffles Hotel Arcade #01-26, 6 to 3 November 2016
5. Plenty of hands on experience at The Makers’ Festival
Yet another #supportlocal movement, learn and get crafty with local artisans at The Makers’ Festival. With over 20 workshops to choose, from leather shoe making to wood printing and water colouring, there is something in store for everyone!
The Centrepoint, Singapore, from 7 to 30 October 2016
By Desiree Liew