Photo by Leslie Wong So came the death of Voldemort and the end to the Harry Potter series; or so we thought. With the coming of August –or as fans would know on both counts, Potter’s birth month introduces the much-anticipated theatrical sequel, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.
Based on the original story by JK Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne bring forth a theatrical production with the magical world making its continued existence as we are brought nineteen years i
Ron Arad 720° by AsaBruno The road down the path of art is a difficult one, child.’ –the truth behind the statement striking hard and fast at any whom revel in the creative arts. Following the fall of several conservative barriers over recent years, arts and culture has had a richer representation in Asia; particularly notable is Southeast Asian nation, Singapore where numerous arts and culture festivals are featured throughout the annual calendar. Ending its pre-festival the
Explain in three words what kind of designer you are. Cheryl: Bold. Modern. Quirky. Agnes: Contemporary, Minimalistic, Sophisticated. Fashion design is such an alternative career path in Asia. What sparked your love for it and how much support have you received? Cheryl: I've had a love for the Arts & Crafts, spending hours dabbling in pieces of works at a time as a child. However, being brought up in traditional Asia meant I was routed away from my passions into years spent o
Seen it trending down your Facebook newsfeed or featured over celebrity news channels? The name Ke$ha comes as one rivaling top stories comparable to rants by Donald Trump in the parliamentary elections going on concurrently, over in the United States. For over a year and a half, the singer has been seeking reprise for her contractual agreements with international music label, Sony. Coming to light hotter than ever with each passing day, the case involves allegations of rape
With the impending conclusion of another Art Week chapter and its mildly stimulating chatter from a multitude of “professional art critics”, ushered in the World Press Photo (WPP) exhibition taking center stage as it makes its fifth-year return to Singapore, hosted by The Straits Times Singapore. Focused on photojournalism, compilations of powerful storytelling pieces from all across the globe will be featured from 29th January to 21st February 2016 at the National Museum of