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ACM After Dark 2018
27 October | 7 to 11pm
Awake the elements in you at ACM’s well-loved annual Halloween event. Discover how the elements of Earth, Wind, Water, and Fire are linked to supernatural beliefs and ancient traditions. Be spooked by thrilling performances, a movie screening, paranormal talks, and fiery activities on this free family-friendly evening. Hear haunting tales by the river and make a souvenir to bring home. Unravel your special element in our spooky trail. Mystery prizes await the 3 best-dressed ghostly visitors!
The Current/s We Call Home – Arus Berlabuh Kita
The Current/s We Call Home – Arus Berlabuh Kita was created by Indonesian artist Kabul and Singaporean artist Mintio, working together with families who live between both countries. Forging connections (and reconnections) between families living and travelling between Indonesia and Singapore was integral to the process.
Inspired by the folk melody “Dayung Sampan”, a tune popular in Singapore as well as Indonesia, the work imagines a voyage across the sea captained by children from both countries. The motif of the layar (traditional sail) sets the scene.
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