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ARTSCIENCE LATE


Every Third Thursday of the month | 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Every third Thursday evening each month, ArtScience Museum keeps its doors open straight through until 10pm offering free performances, late exhibition viewings and special 1-for-1 entry to exhibitions (7pm-10pm).*

Shake off your mid-week doldrums and experience all the evening has to offer. See a different side of the museum after regular hours where exploration and experimentation are de rigueur of the night; where artistic collaboration and discovery take over the museum’s spaces; where boundaries shift, collide and dissolve.

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Upcoming Events

ArtScience Late Speak Sing Machinery with Tania De Rozario and Pooja Nansi and Cyril Wong

ArtScience Late: Speak - Sing - Machinery with Tania De Rozario, Pooja Nansi & Cyril Wong

Thursday, 21 Sep | 8:00pm
Expression Gallery, Level 4
Free on a first-come-first-served basis. Limited capacity.

The machinery of bodies in love, in passionate defiance of limitation and oppression, in tandem with urbanity – both teleological and technological: witness three Singaporean poets as they confess, through verse and music, to the rhythms and revelations of existing meaningfully within the interdependence between a technological world and our enduring humanity.

About the Artistes:
Tania De Rozario is an artist and writer. She is the author of And The Walls Come Crumbling Down (Math Paper Press, 2016) and Tender Delirium (Math Paper Press, 2013). She was the 2011 winner of the SPH-NAC Golden Point Award for English Poetry, and she runs Etiquette SG, a multidisciplinary platform focused on developing and showcasing art, writing, film and music by women.

Pooja Nansi is a poet and performer. She is the author of Stiletto Scars and Love is An Empty Barstool. She also curates a monthly spoken word and poetry showcase called Speakeasy at Artistry which plays to packed audiences. Most recently, her one woman show You Are Here was performed at the Esplanade as part of Kalaa Utsavam as well as featured at the Queensland Poetry Festival. She was the NAC-NTU Writer in Residence for 2015-2016 and was also a recipient of the Young Artist Award in 2016.

Cyril Wong is a poet, fictionist and critic. He was a recipient of the Young Artist Award in 2005 and has been honoured twice with the Singapore Literature Prize – as winner of the English Poetry for Unmarked Treasure in 2006 and as a joint-winner for The Lover’s Inventory in 2016. He has written 16 collections of poems and prose to date, and his works have appeared in several homegrown and international literary anthologies and magazines.
 

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