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See the light in Singapore
Enchanting arts in Singapore
19–20 and 26–27 August
Revel under the cover of darkness at the Singapore Night Festival, the city’s biggest nocturnal extravaganza. To celebrate the festival’s 10th year, parts of the city will be transformed into an illuminated wonderland with community-made light art installations.
Until 9 September
The world’s art in Jakarta 11–13 August Jakarta is about to experience an art invasion. For ART STAGE Jakarta, up to 50 galleries from Indonesia and around the world will showcase their collections under one roof. Meet some of the people revolutionising the local art scene and perhaps even take home a piece of art that was created in Hong Kong, Sydney, Tokyo or Moscow. Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel; artstage. com/jakarta/site/home
Slick ﬂicks 24–30 September Call yourself a ﬁlm buff? Head to the 11th Bali International Film Festival, Balinale, your chance to catch the most recent independent Indonesian and international ﬁlms in a casual and friendly environment. Discuss ﬁlms with fellow cinephiles at open-air screenings and attend talks by local and international creators of short, documentary and feature ﬁlms. Cinemaxx, Lippo Mall, Kuta; balinale.com
We’ve got you covered 1 July How does a free outdoor music festival with a fun twist sound? At Re:Cover Fest in Singapore, local stars like Lincoln Lim, The Blackberries and Retro Actress will be performing their own unique covers of other artists’ songs. If you can’t make it to the festival, Archipelago Brewery has you covered with a special festival discount on its bottled drinks all month long. archipelagobrewery.com
Dive headﬁrst into the Singapore International Festival of Arts, where participation is the name of the game and the theme is Enchantment. Sit in on a ﬁlm screening with live commentary from the director or explore the city through a series of dance performances. O.P.E.N. passholders gain access to pre-festival and participatory events – like the chance to be an extra in a ﬁlm that will make its premiere at the festival, or to become the star of a live cooking show. Event prices vary; an O.P.E.N. pass is S$45. sifa.sg
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