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
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
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
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
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.