Silver Arts festival marks 10th year celebrating seniors in the arts

Members of The Glowers Drama Group preparing for Chap Lau, a radio play series telling stories of people who have been resettled from kampungs.
Members of The Glowers Drama Group preparing for Chap Lau, a radio play series telling stories of people who have been resettled from kampungs.PHOTO: THE GLOWERS DRAMA GROUP
Iskandar (left) and Rahimah Rahim will be performing in Gambar Kegemaran, a revisiting of soundtracks from the golden age of Malay films.
Iskandar (left) and Rahimah Rahim will be performing in Gambar Kegemaran, a revisiting of soundtracks from the golden age of Malay films.PHOTOS: ISKANDAR, RAHIMAH RAHIM
The ETCeteras' Mandarin play Curtain Call is among the highlights of this year's Silver Arts festival.
The ETCeteras' Mandarin play Curtain Call is among the highlights of this year's Silver Arts festival. PHOTO: MAKEOVER INC

SINGAPORE - The Silver Arts festival is back for its 10th edition, celebrating seniors in the arts with performances, workshops and exhibitions over four months.

The annual event by the National Arts Council (NAC) runs from September to December with more than 30 free physical and online events in English, Malay, Tamil, Mandarin and Chinese dialects.

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