Catch award-winning performances at world-class venues. Check out local and international masterpieces at galleries and museums. Or learn more about Singapore’s multi-racial heritage told through traditional song and dance by the Chinese, Malay and Indian communities. For an experience you can take home, join workshops conducted by a new wave of designers, artisans and crafters―and create your very own art pieces. If you’re passionate about the arts, craft and culture, here’s where the culture shapers―maestros, craftsmen, performers, artisans―meet.
You might know Jahan as the man who turned a ‘Ma Ling’ luncheon meat tin into pop art. This iconic artwork was last shown at B-Side and Rarities, an exhibition at Ion Art Gallery which showcased Jahan’s various works of the last decade. As the first artist to bring street art to galleries in both Singapore and China, Jahan has been credited for taking Singapore Pop Art international, and has influenced modern art practices in Taiwan. In 2011, his works were selected by the Andy Warhol Foundation to be showcased in Andy Warhol's exhibition, 15 Minutes Eternal, at the ArtScience Museum?.
Chinatown’s shophouses and skyscrapers form Singapore’s rich tapestry of cultures.