Parties and gigs

Catch live gigs in between viewing art at Gillman Barracks (above) or head to The Courtyard at the Singapore Art Museum where DJs will spin music.
Catch live gigs in between viewing art at Gillman Barracks.PHOTOS: COURTESY OF GILLMAN BARRACKS
Catch live gigs in between viewing art at Gillman Barracks (above) or head to The Courtyard at the Singapore Art Museum where DJs will spin music.
Head to The Courtyard at the Singapore Art Museum where DJs will spin music.PHOTOS: SINGAPORE ART MUSEUM

SAM X W SINGAPORE: THE COURTYARD

What: The second instalment of The Courtyard returns during Singapore Art Week, with sets by DJs such as former Zouk resident DJ Aldrin and DJ Kiat, co-founder of audiovisual collective Syndicate. There will also be a food-and- beverage pop-up stall by Woobar from W Singapore.

Where: Singapore Art Museum, Courtyard, 71 Bras Basah Road

When: Next Friday, from 8pm

Admission: Free

Info: singaporeartmuseum.sg/artweekatsam

MUSEATSAM

What: Tonight, enjoy an elegant affair with home-grown clarinet ensemble, Sparks Chamber Clarinets. And on Jan 23, shimmy to the music of fun-loving home-grown bands such as Giants Must Fall and The Quartermasters.

Where: Singapore Art Museum, 71 Bras Basah Road

When: Sparks Chamber Clarinets, tonight, 7 to 7.30pm and 8 to 8.30pm; Live sessions, Jan 23, 7pm till late

Admission: Free

Info: singaporeartmuseum.sg/artweekatsam

ART AFTER DARK AT GILLMAN BARRACKS X SINGAPORE ART WEEK 2016

What: While shuttling between the galleries at Gillman Barracks, which will be open till late, get your music fix with performances by music mentorship alumni from Noise Singapore, a creative platform initiated by the National Arts Council for youth aged 35 and younger. There will also be food- and-beverage pop-up stalls and an afterparty at Red Baron cafe.

Where: Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road

When: Next Friday, 7 to 11pm

Admission: Free

Info: gillmanbarracks.com

ALIWAL URBAN ART FESTIVAL

What: Street art and music will come alive with band performances and DJ sets by home-grown groups such as rap crew Mediocre Haircut Crew. There will also be zine-making workshops and a skateboarding challenge in the carpark.

Where: Aliwal Arts Centre, 28 Aliwal Street

When: Tomorrow, 5pm till late

Admission: Free

Info: aliwalartscentre.sg

OPENING WEEKEND OF PRESSIONISM: GRAFFITI MASTERPIECES ON CANVAS

What: Check out programmes related to graffiti and hip-hop culture, such as a freestyle dance performance next Friday, as well as a free graffiti demonstration by artist Antz on Jan 23. The exhibition, which features more than 100 artworks by international and home-grown graffiti artists, runs till June 25.

Where: Singapore Pinacotheque de Paris, The Features Gallery, 5 Cox Terrace.

When: Next Friday to Jan 24

Admission: $28 for a three-day pass to the exhibition for the opening weekend, limited to 150 people. The ticketing counter will open from 8 to 9.30pm next Friday. Regular one-day tickets are $14. The live graffiti demonstration on Jan 23 at 11am is free.

Info: www.pinacotheque.com.sg

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 15, 2016, with the headline 'Parties and gigs'. Print Edition | Subscribe