Taiwan in Full Bloom — Contemporary Arts of Taiwan
If you're looking to spend the weekend in tranquility and reflection, head down to Taiwan in Full Bloom — Contemporary Arts of Taiwan at the ION Art gallery at ION Orchard. This exhibition features 36 pieces of modern art by 33 Taiwanese artists. Covering a gamut of techniques and art forms — from paintings of the Yushan countryside to a pop art comic panel capturing the anxieties of modern life — this exhibition is a must-see for art lovers and fans of Taiwan.
All Possible Paths: Richard Feynman’s Curious Life
If you've enjoyed Christopher Nolan's Interstellar and Stephen Hawking's A Brief History Of Time, check out this exhibition at the ArtScience Museum. All Possible Paths: Richard Feynman’s Curious Life is about the Nobel Prize-winning American physicist renowned for his work on the Manhattan Project and in the field of quantum mechanics. Get to know the late scientist's body of work through installations, sculptures and immersive environments.
Join the fight against child abuse and neglect by attending this family carnival organised by non-profit group Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre at Our Tampines Hub. Activities include live performances, story-telling, and talks about child abuse and how you can fight it. You can start by pledging to protect children at www.giveavoice.sg.
The Universe of Sound Festival is meant to help you find your inner voice amidst the your hectic live in a cluttered society. The full-day, non-profit event — a first in Singapore — features talks and workshops, live performances and a holistic wellness exhibition. Concerts feature singing bowls, sonic soundscapes and voices that bridge brainwave frequencies to bring inner peace. If you're interested in achieving holistic wellness this weekend, this is the place to go.
Oct 20, 10am-7pm, Virgo Ballroom, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269. All-access ticket from$160; concert-only ticket from $60. For more info, visit universeofsound.live.