1) Let's Go Jalan Jalan
The combination of the things we love: Friday, Food and Music. Starting on Friday 17 November, the food and music festival will see more than 75 stores selling all-time favorite local and creative fusion food and more than 20 games and merchandise stores selling collectable nostalgic antiques, handmade items and fashion accessories. Definitely a fun-filled night to look forward to with friends and families to start off the weekends.
The festival will be going cashless and thus, visitors can either purchase Festival Coupons or download Ezi- Wallet app for a hassle - free payment mode.
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When: 17 Nov, 5pm - 12.30am | 18 & 19 Nov, 10am – 12.30am
Venue: 8 Port Road, Singapore 117540 (Free Transport available)
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2) Dreamseeds Art Fest 2017
Celebrate the works of Club Rainbow brightest beneficiaries at the Dreamseeds Art Fest 2017 happening at popular youth hangout space - Scape. Starting from 18 November, expect exciting events lined up that includes performing arts concert, workshops, exhibitions, film screening and an arts market put up by Club Rainbow Beneficiaries.
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When: 18 Nov – 25 Nov, 3pm - 9pm
Venue: SCAPE The Ground Theatre
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3) Christmas Pop up Fair
For those up for an early Christmas shopping spree, The Christmas Pop up Fair happening this year at Millenia Walk is sure to have you find something for your loved ones. The fair will showcase edible treats, fashion accessories, unique and artistic gifts that are meaningful and thoughtful in designs from small local business brands.
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When: 20 Nov – 26 Nov, 11am - 8pm
Venue: Millenia Walk
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4) 28th Singapore International Film Festival
The end of Singapore writers Festival marks the start of the largest and longest-running film event in Singapore - The Singapore International Film Festival. The 2 weeks programme will screen over 100 independent films across different genres that showcase various storytelling and outstanding cinematrography. Check out 15 Films you cannot miss at the 28th Singapore International Film Festival 2017. Aspiring filmmakers can expect masterclasses, talks and post-show discussions with attending filmmakers too.
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When: 23 Nov – 3 Dec
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5) Treasures of the Natural World
For those who have been to London, remember being awed by its historical architecture and museum collections? Reminisce no longer as the ArtScience Museum brings you treasures and collections from London’s prestigious Natural History Museum. The exhibition will showcase 200 of the museum’s star objects for the very first time in Southeast Asia, including manuscripts and collections belonging to some of the world’s greatest scientists like Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace. This is definitely an event to lock down in your calendar!
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When: 25 Nov 2017 – 29 Apr 2018
Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Art Science Museum
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6) Etsy Made Local Singapore
Part of a worldwide one-day event, Etsy Craftivist SG will be showcasing the creations of local makers and designers during the Etsy Made Local Market happening on 25 November at the Capitol Piazza. The event will give both Singaporeans and foreigners the chance to discover and buy artisanal products from local talented makers and designers, with products ranging from fashion apparels and accessories to art crafts and paintings.
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When: 25 Nov – 26 Nov, 12pm - 9pm
Venue: Capitol Piazza
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7) Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Association’s 42nd Annual Art Exhibition
To uphold the standards in Singapore art and to continue the legacy of the unique Nanyang Art Style, see 100 works from participating alumni members of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni over the association’s 42nd Annual Art Exhibition. Admission is free and visitors can look forward to participating in different talks and demonstration by veterans of the local art scene.
Source: Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Association
When: 23 Nov – 29 Nov, 10am – 10pm
Venue: ION Art Gallery