Project Glocal
Columbarium Eye - Michael Lee (AiRx)
Odyssey Dance Theatre
Jing Quek - Singapore Idols
Wee Hong Ling - Soft Lines, Hard Edges
Sri Warisan Som Said
Mintio - Malam di Jari Kita (The Wax on Our Fingers)
Dr Chua Soo Pong - 猫鼠舞
Zakaria Zainal - Our Gurkhas
Sneak Peek! DiverseCity 2012 showcase installation in progress ...
Sneak Peek! DiverseCity 2012 showcase installation in progress ...
The showcase will feature more than 35 collaborative works of art by Singaporean artists and arts groups. Artists featured are supported by our programmes for connecting communities through art like Singapore Internationale.
Gracing his first SIF event, Mr Lawrence Wong, Acting Minister of Culture, Community and Youth, is our guest-of-honour at #DiverseCity
Our friends from the Little Arts Academy gets the launch party started with a dance performance!
Singapore Internationale arts grant recipient, Zakaria Zainal, giving an insight into his work, Our Gukhas, to Acting Minister of Culture, Community and Youth, Lawrence Wong.
A DiverseCity guest admiring Malam di Jari Kita (The Wax on Our Fingers) by Mintio and Kabul.
We are at the official launch of DiverseCity showcase @singaporeart to celebrate bridging communities thru art!
Project Glocal curator, Dayang Yraola, describes the work by her team to Minister Wong. The multilateral Project Glocal is a collaboration among artists from Thailand, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Singapore.
SI artist Zakaria Zainal (right) talks about his experiences collaborating with retired Singapore Gurkhas.
Minister Wong puts the finishing touches on a graffiti artwork done especially for the DiverseCity showcase by SI artist Ceno2 (first from left).
SIF Governor K.Kesavapany (right) welcomes Thai Ambassador Marut Jipatima at the reception
Minister Lawrence Wong is presented with a commemorative cover of the DiverseCity publication by SIF Governors, David Chong, Jennifer Lewis and K. Kesavapany with SIF Executive Director Jean Tan.
Both Kenny and the Saltare Beats are recipients of our Singapore Internationale grant for the presentation of creative works and collaborations between Singaporean and foreign artists overseas. 108 projects presented by 92 artists in 91 cities of 34 coun
Drum artist Kenny Hogan and Saltare Beats, a group of youth performers from the Little Arts Academy opened the evening with a collaborative "hip-hop" performance.
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DiverseCity celebrates the breadth and global reach of Singapore art, and the collaborations and friendships between local and global artists. This multidisciplinary showcase is the culmination of the foundation’s programmes in 2012 for connecting communities through art. At the heart of DiverseCity are 108 projects by 92 Singaporean artists and arts groups that were presented in 91 cities of 34 countries in 2012. Some of their works will be presented right here in Singapore at DiverseCity 2012 - open to the public from this Friday till 2nd December. Visit http://www.sif.org.sg/diversecity for more details.


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