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The Substation’s 25th Anniversary Conference

3 years ago JTeo 0
The Substation celebrated its 25th Anniversary recently with a month of activities including The Substation Conference, which was entitled “What is Next? What was Now? 25 Years of The Substation”. The brainchild of Kuo Pao Kun, The Substation’s mere existence is an ode to the vision of the public intellectual and the tremendous support he Read More

SRRFM38 at EarthFest

3 years ago JTeo 0
Singapore Really Really Free Market 38 was part of the inaugural EarthFest which was held at Marina Barrage last Sat. It was great fun and we were very happy to find out about all the cool and interesting eco initiatives in Singapore 🙂 Here are some photos:        Thanks to those of you who came Read More

Our SG50 Wishes

4 years ago JTeo 0
http://oursg50wishes.tumblr.com is our project for the occasion of Singapore’s 50th year of Independence, aka SG50. Check it out! It’s a collection of wishes for Singapore from more than a hundred of our friends in the arts, culture and civil society communities here. We hope their heartfelt wishes will inspire you to think about what you wish Singapore Read More

Waiting at A Stopped Clock

4 years ago JTeo 0
An event by LATENT SPACES x Post-Museum x Studio Bibliothèque 7 August 2015, 9.37 am and 9.37pm Wonder Wash Laundromat, 71 Rowell Road BYOL – Bring Your Own Laundry + Hookup #2: Professional Speed-Dating for Artists & Dealers + Is this seat taken? + Acoustic music + SG50 Readings Here are some photos we took: > Hookup Read More

Thanks for supporting The Soup Kitchen Project

4 years ago JTeo 0
Special shout-out to everyone who’s made it possible for us to continue The Soup Kitchen Project in 2015: Anthony Huang, Ed Boon, PayPal, Robin, anngee, Sharon Lim, Charles Moy, Kenneth, Cherane and Jerane Tan, Christopher Tay, Pauline Leow, Michelle Mok, Caprice Stolle, Cindy Woo, Susmita Lim, Sharon Ng, Joanne Tan, Edmund Kong, Adrienne Pereira, Mel Read More

Pink Dot SG #7

4 years ago JTeo 0
We are proud to be part of the 28,000 at Hong Lim Park yesterday to participate in the amazing gathering of love that is Pink Dot. Looking forward to a discrimination-free future where we truly consider our LGBTQ community a part of Singapore! Here are some photos we took. #pinkdotsg Read More