Themed ‘New Dawn, New Beginnings’, National Youth Film Awards (NYFA) opens for Animation, Live Action, and Docu submissions.
The Malay Heritage Centre brings the lovable cat to life with insta-worthy cat illustrations at Paw-verbs on the Lawn.
Revisit Singapore’s wartime past through Battle for Singapore 2021, where a diverse line-up of exclusive tours to WWII sites and online programmes await you!
Returning to the home ground of burgeoning local creatives at LASALLE this February, here’s three events that’s sure to satiate your artistic cravings!
Singapore’s nationwide dance movement, Got To Move, returns with March holiday programmes! So put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to groove from home!
The Arts House returns with a multi-sensory art installation exploring themes of love, loss and healing, in tribute to Wesley Leon Aroozoo’s non-fiction work.
ACM’s showcases the strength of the human spirit through stories of Faith, Beauty, Love and Hope. A timely display as humanity recovers from COVID-19.
IMDA’s initiatives and collaborations support local media companies and talents as
they adapt and reimagine storytelling amid COVID-19 outbreak.
Post-production support and a doubling of recipients are two key changes to SGIFF’s grants this year.
DBS disburses a record $9 million this year to support global and local Social Enterprises and for start-ups to secure funding for social initiatives.