5 Things To Do This Weekend: Discover Bhutan, K+ Colorplan And Watch Women In Film

Take a dive into traditions

1. Discover Breathtaking Bhutan

Photo: Drukasia

Immerse yourself in delectable Bhutanese treats, breathtaking photography and traditional loom weaving demonstration by a royal weaver at the Happiest Kingdom on Earth—the Discover Bhutan travel exhibition is located at Ion Orchard B4. Be warn though, it has tempted us with every reason to wander off to one of the world’s most exclusive travel destination.

From 18 to 30 October 2016, ION Orchard B4 (Outside Adidas) 

2. K+ Colorplan pushes the boundaries of paper

Playing with colour, texture and form, Colorplan at K+ exhibition challenges the function of paper with 6 creative installations. Expect laser cut masks against candy coloured walls and embroidery on paper. A range of 50 notebooks produced exclusively and designed by 50 local and international designer will be on sale as well.

From 8 October to 20 November 2016, Scotts Square #03-11

3. #mythsandbeliefs by Lasalle Fashion Media and Indsutries Year 2

Just a few more hours! LASALLE College of the Arts Praxis and Project Space 630pm #mythsandbeliefs

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Diving deep into cultural heritage, students from Fashion Media and Industries have reinterpreted the traditional crafts into contemporary commercial accessories. The Myths and beliefs exhibition is a cross collaborative studio project between Fashion, Interior Design and Textile—show your support for the next generation of local budding designers.

From 21 October to 6 November 2016, Lasalle College of the Arts Project Space 

4. Green is the New Black: The Conscious Festival

Green is the New Black is the first Asia conscious festival to promote mindful consuming. With over 60 vendors selling everything organic (we are talking from pillowcases to candles), but that is not all—the event line up includes soulful performances by local performances and featured talks by Carolyn Tate (Founder of Slow School Australia) and Carry Somers (Social entrepreneur at Fashion Revolution, United Kingdom). Admission is free.

Opens on 22 October 2016, 9AM-9PM, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore 

5. Women in Film 

Featuring the voices and verve of women in an arena that has been traditionally dominated by men—Women in Film celebrates the outstanding achievements of women working in the film industry. Get your tickets here.

From 21 October to 17 November 2016, at Objectifs Centre 

By Desiree Liew

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