Poems on Air
Hear SingLit through a compilation album featuring poems in English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil, retold through voice, music and sound. Visit https://artwave.studio/poemsonair for more information. This programme is presented in collaboration with Arts in Your Neighbourhood.
6 - 29 March
Various locations at Arts in Your Neighbourhood
达哥打：文字与记忆的乡间小路 (dakota: A Trail of Memory and Words)
Join writer Wong Koi Tet, who was born and raised in Dakota Crescent, on a meandering trail through the remnants of the place, where stories of bygone days still echo in his writing and between the brick-clad walls. This programme will be conducted in Mandarin.
7 March, 9am – 12pm
Mountbatten MRT, Exit B
Marina Bay Literary Walking Tour
Based on The Last Server by HJ Pang, join author HJ Pang on an exciting literary trail as he brings you over, under and around the gleaming skyscrapers of Singapore.
7 March, 10am – 11.30am
City Hall MRT, Exit A (In front of Raffles City Shopping Centre)
Poetry and E’thing In-between
Life meets poetry at Poetry and E’thing In-between. Participants can enjoy films, a Yoga & Poetry Session, a Mindfulness & Poetry Session, and onsite book sales of local literature.
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This programme is cancelled.
Crane Club @ 48 Kim Yam Road
Uncanny Yishun: A Poetic Tour of Yishun
Uncanny Yishun is a literary tour of Yishun, featuring a multimedia experience of poetry, prose and facts in a walkabout of Singapore’s most in/famous town.
Tour 1: 10am - 12pm
Tour 2: 10.15am - 12.15pm
Tour 3: 2pm - 4pm
Tour 4: 2.15pm - 4.15pm
Note: All tours will start on time. Please come ten minutes before the tour to register. Latecomers will not be entertained.
Yishun MRT, Exit B
Floral Trails: Reading the Garden City
Floral Trails: Reading the Garden City is an experiential floral installation inspired by SingLit texts, and strives to transport visitors to a world where nature meets imagination. This programme is presented in collaboration with Arts in Your Neighbourhood.
12 – 29 March
11am – 9pm
Bukit Panjang Library