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This Month’s Happenings

Get yourself cultured this January

The Artist’s Voice

Until 28 Feb

New year, new you? Whatever your resolution is, it’s always nice to pick yourself up with a little culture. Start with The Artist’s Voice, an exhibition curated by Hungarian art historian Dr. Lóránd Hegyi. Works by 34 international contemporary artists will take residence, questioning life, ethics and all that is related to the human existence.

12pm to 7pm every day except Sunday at the Parkview Museum. Admission is free

Vienna Boys Choir

13 & 15 Jan

These kids can really sing. The choir has come a long way since 1296, seeing through great musicians like Joseph Haydn, who became a chorister in the mid-1700s. It began as an ensemble for the Viennese Court, and has moved on to touring the world from 1926. Today, it consists of a family of 100 choristers, with ages between nine and 14. Join them this Saturday and Monday evening at the Victoria Concert Hall and Esplanade respectively. The repertoire will range from medieval to contemporary music.

7.30pm. Tickets are available on Sistic

By Shepard Fairey

Art from the Streets

13 Jan – 3 June

Street art has come a long way. Initially frowned upon and brushed off as an act of rebellion, it is now seen in a different light. In a testament to the freedom of the creative spirit, this exhibit will explore the evolution of street art through a series of live paintings and installations by some of the best. That includes Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Felipe Pantone and local artists such as Speak Cryptic.

10am to 7pm at the ArtScience Museum. Admission fees apply

Displaced by Ground Cover Theatre

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival

17 – 28 Jan

A haven for theatre, dance and music geeks, this year’s Fringe Festival returns for the 14th time. Inspired by Let’s Walk by Amanda Heng, several highlights include Displaceda play that follows the story of three struggling female immigrants who flee to Canada, and The Immortal Sole, which dives into the patriarchal notions of female stereotypes.

Tickets available on Sistic

Charlie Lim

Music for a Cause

20 Jan

So you want to get sloshed on beer and hear some sick beats, but at the same time, make a difference? This is it. Music for a Cause is back for a third time, this time to fundraise for Action for Singapore Dogs, the St. Andrew’s Autism Centre, Operation Broken Wing and more. Here, you will listen to local artistes like Charlie Lim, Shigga Shay and Jack and Rai. And if you’re itching for something else to do, there will be yoga, CrossFit and various cool booths to browse through. PS, shelter dogs will be there too.

10am to 10.30pm at Singapore Management University, basement concourse. More details here