The “Light to Night” festival, which features dynamic light shows projected onto historic buildings in Singapore's Civic District, is the marquee event of Singapore Art Week which starts on January 22. Photo: courtesy of Singapore Art Week The “Light to Night” festival, which features dynamic light shows projected onto historic buildings in Singapore's Civic District, is the marquee event of Singapore Art Week which starts on January 22. Photo: courtesy of Singapore Art Week
The “Light to Night” festival, which features dynamic light shows projected onto historic buildings in Singapore's Civic District, is the marquee event of Singapore Art Week which starts on January 22. Photo: courtesy of Singapore Art Week
Singapore

The show goes on for Singapore Art Week despite tourist restrictions, with a focus on introducing art to the community

  • The arts are more important than ever in a global crisis, says festival organiser, and commissioning new works supports artists and art businesses
  • One such project consists of installations and interventions by Singapore-based artists at stops along an east-west bus route in the city state

Topic |   Singapore
The “Light to Night” festival, which features dynamic light shows projected onto historic buildings in Singapore's Civic District, is the marquee event of Singapore Art Week which starts on January 22. Photo: courtesy of Singapore Art Week The “Light to Night” festival, which features dynamic light shows projected onto historic buildings in Singapore's Civic District, is the marquee event of Singapore Art Week which starts on January 22. Photo: courtesy of Singapore Art Week
The “Light to Night” festival, which features dynamic light shows projected onto historic buildings in Singapore's Civic District, is the marquee event of Singapore Art Week which starts on January 22. Photo: courtesy of Singapore Art Week
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