Here’s a quick update from TCV team. Hope 2016 is going well for you, too!
Whoever coined the phrase, “Time waits for no man”, knew exactly what they were talking about. It’s a brutal reality. Everything that needs to be done must be scheduled into the diary lest the “Well, I’ll just see how I feel in the morning” monster takes over the steering wheel. […]
2014 has been a year of festivals for The Creative Voice. To be exact, four – back to back. As tiring as it’s been, the learning is invaluable. Whether you’re a sucker for punishment or you have ants in your pants, there’s nothing like a festival to push those creative boundaries and test your resourcefulness. I humbly offer you my Top 3 Tips on running – and surviving – a successful festival.
Sister Francoise Bosteels has spent the last 40 years in India, living in turn in cities and villages, most of them desperately poor and oppressed. Currently based in Bangalore, she has spent those 40 years sharing in the lives of the communities she’s worked in; sharing their pain, sorrow, joy […]
Musings: Urbanscapes 2013, An Art Perspective “However, one booth in particular did catch my eye on Day 1. A duo with a project called Post Scripted from Singapore were doing something quite unusual. They weren’t encouraging people to paint on things or write stuff on a wall, but instead were […]
Marc, Vikas and I were in Kuala Lumpur as part of Market of Experiences (MOE) from 21 to 24 November to participate in Urbanscapes. A novel way of engaging with its audience, MOE had us hawking our creative selves alongside flower showers, scent experimenters and movement manipulators. Each of us […]
I was privileged to work with an American artist, Janette Maxey, on a multidisciplinary dialogue as part of a segment called Tête-à-tête during Lit Up 2013.
Spoken Word as an art form is an expression that makes thoughts and letters jump out from their pages. A performance either delights or disgusts its audience, but there’s no denying that it engages.
I’m now contributing arts & culture stories and reviews to TheSmartLocal.com. My virgin post is on Regression, the curtain-raiser to Lit Up 2013, an indie arts festival.
There is more to Singapore than its high cost of living, inaccessible provident funds or poorly developed public service messages. The creative industry is very much maturing and evolving. Let Water Wally’s ill-conceived video not sully the names of this city’s true creative talent.