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Hello again

4 years ago JTeo 0
So sorry for the radio silence. We’ve been busy with Post-PopUp, which is coming to a close at the end of this month. Wow, 4 months have flown by! Come join us for Singapore Really Really Free Market 32, in Post-PopUp, this coming Sat (25 Oct) from 2-7pm. This would be one of the last things Read More

Free my library!

4 years ago JTeo 0
  No to censorship! No to destroying books! No to using our children as an excuse for your bigotry! And, here’s And Tango Makes Three.       Read More

Call for Proposals Closed

4 years ago JTeo 0
The deadline for submissions is now over. We have received over 40 proposals, including several from overseas, and will take the rest of the week to look through them. Thanks to those of you who submitted! We will contact you individually as soon as we can. Read More

Xinyao 32 years later

4 years ago JTeo 0
It wasn’t totally unexpected that such a large crowd would attend The Songs We Sang: Back to Book City (我们唱着的歌:重返书城) this Sunday afternoon (6 Jul). It was after all a free event and a rare occasion to enjoy xinyao (新谣), a local Mandarin folk music movement that began in 1982, peaked in the late 80s and Read More

! OPEN CALL !

4 years ago JTeo 0
More than business: Post-PopUp at CCA 13 June – 1 October 2014 Studio #01-07, Block 38 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks More than business is a collaborative project between CCA – Centre for Contemporary Art and Post–Museum. This collaboration is conceived as a platform for exploring different curatorial formats and ways of presenting and Read More

Post-PopUp

4 years ago admin 0
A 5-month collaboration with Nanyang Technological University’s Centre for Contemporary Art, from June to Oct 2014. ABOUT More than business: Post-PopUp at CCA Post-PopUp is conceived as a platform for exploring different curatorial formats and ways of presenting and distributing art. It is hosted within one of the CCA artists’ studios as a site for events, happenings, Read More

Post-PopUp

4 years ago JTeo 0
We are working with Centre for Contemporary Art on a Post-PopUp in Gillman Barracks from June-Sep. As per our previous space in Rowell Rd, we would like this to be a shared space for the arts, culture and civil society. Therefore, we are seeking proposals for events, projects and collaborations. If you are interested, please send a Read More

Freedom of speech?

5 years ago JTeo 0
There are many ways our freedom of speech could be curtailed without outright censorship. The recent week or so has thrown up a few examples which could be considered as such. 1. MDA proposes amendments to the Public Entertainments and Meetings Act, including arts groups self-classifying their works and more power to MDA. See our previous post. 2. Lee Wen Read More

New book: Mobilizing Gay Singapore

5 years ago JTeo 0
Just to plug the new book Mobilizing Gay Singapore: Rights and Resistance in an Authoritarian State, written by Dr Lynette Chua, currently Asst Prof of Law at NUS. It’s touted as a ground-breaking document of “the history of the gay rights movement in Singapore and asks what a social movement looks like under these circumstances”. It’s about Read More