THE DIGITAL SHOWCASE
The National Museum of Singapore's DigiMuse initiative presents five works that use technology to redefine art and heritage presentations. Among them is Eternal Landscapes by Chinese artist Yang Yongliang, a Chinese ink landscape painted in virtual reality using the Google Tilt Brush platform.
Visitors can "walk through" the painted mountains, thanks to a multi-channel video projection.
WHERE: Concourse Gallery, Level 1 National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road MRT: Dhoby Ghaut/Bras Basah WHEN: Until March 4, 10am to 7pm daily ADMISSION: Free for Singapore citizens, permanent residents and children aged six and below; otherwise, $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors INFO: nationalmuseum.sg
FIVE REHEARSALS OF A WEDDING
Visual artist Kray Chen (second from far right) looks at cultural expectations through this art film, a playful take on wedding customs of Singaporean Chinese couples.
Five Rehearsals Of A Wedding is rated PG and showcased at Objectifs: Centre for Photography and Film. The work premiered as part of Singapore Art Week, last month's islandwide visual arts showcase initiated by the National Arts Council, the Singapore Tourism Board and the Economic Development Board.
WHERE: Chapel Gallery, Objectifs, 155 Middle Road MRT: Bras Basah/ Bencoolen WHEN: Until Feb 11, noon to 7pm (Tuesdays to Saturdays), noon to 4pm (Sundays), closed on Mondays and public holidays ADMISSION: Free INFO: Call 6336-2957 or go to www.objectifs.com.sg
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: SHOSTAKOVICH CELLO CONCERTO
The Singapore Symphony Orchestra performs night music under the baton of Uruguay-born conductor Carlos Kalmar, starting with the mysterious composition, Phenomenon, by leading Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen.
German cellist Jan Vogler (above) plays Shostakovich's eerie Cello Concerto No. 2.
The programme also includes Dvorak's Symphony No. 6 In D Major.
KIM LIM: SCULPTING LIGHT
This showcase at STPI presents works of paper and sculpture by the late British-Singaporean sculptor and printmaker Kim Lim, whose art was collected by major museums around the world, including the Tate in London.
It is the first major solo exhibition of her art here and includes steel, marble and stone sculptures, as well as screenprints and lithographs created over a 30-year career.
WHERE: STPI Gallery, 41 Robertson Quay MRT: Clarke Quay WHEN: Until March 3, 10am to 7pm (Mondays to Fridays), 9am to 6pm (Saturdays), closed on Sundays and public holidays ADMISSION: Free INFO: Call 6336-3663 or go to www.stpi.com.sg