From an award-winning play to dancing under the moonlight, there’s plenty do in Singapore this week (don’t let the virus get you down!). Explore how technology connects with art at a digital art exhibition, or offer your unique services to the community. For those who love food, Eatbox 2020 is perfect for sampling the best of Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Singapore cuisine at one place.

Explore New Frontiers of Digital Art at Digital G-O-D

MIMAKI, in collaboration with Humanoise (Taketo Kobayashi), presents DIGITAL G-O-D, an experiment in pushing the boundaries of digital printing. Brace yourself for a stunning visual art experience, featuring works from fourteen artists from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Japan. Representing diverse styles and points of view, their combined 25 artworks aim to close the gap between real and imagined world using only the medium of print. And unlike most art exhibitions, you’ll even be able interact with the prints to reveal or hide layers of elements within. Admission is free.

DIGITAL G-O-D runs from 22 February to 1 March 2020, 1pm – 7pm, at UltraSuperNew Gallery, 107 Rowell Rd, Singapore 208031. 

Shop at the Singapore Really Really Free Market

Get your (reusable) shopping bags ready! Founded on the concept of giving and building a community through shared resources, the Singapore Really Really Free Market is back. An artist run programme of the Singapore Biennale, SB2019 artists Post-Museum will be setting up a temporary market in Gillman Barracks. Open to everyone, share your books, toys, or services such as hair cutting and poetry writing with others who need them.

Singapore Really Really Free Market by Post-Museum is happening on 22 February 2020 from 3pm – 6pm, at Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Rd, Singapore 108937.

Eatbox Singpore 2020

A spin-off from Artbox, devour your way through this food-centric festival this month. With stalls offering food from Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Singapore, you’ll have endless options. Chow down on a bucket of SOFNADE’s meatballs, dig into authentic Indonesian grub from Bara Indonesian Grilled Rice, and slurp on fusion cold soba from Sin福. Then quench your thirst with refreshing milk teas from 1Litre or KOPI YOR’s unique mix of delicious coffee and Kopyor coconut. There’ll also be live performances from Nat Wu, XYN, and more to groove to while you eat.

Eatbox 2020 runs from 21 to 23 February, 28 to 29 February, and 1 March 2020 from 3pm – 11pm, at Downtown East (D’Marquee & Open Plaza 1 & 2), 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599. 

The Importance of Being Earnest

Celebrated theatre and film director Glen Goei puts a fresh spin on Oscar Wilde’s comedic masterpiece. With an international all-male ensemble, this play looks at themes of courtship, hidden identities, and high society from a new perspective. Join the two romeos as they toe the line between truth and deception to spice up their love lives, and watch as things spin hilariously out of control when their deceptions are uncovered, threatening to spoil their romantic pursuits.

The Importance of Being Earnest runs from 7 February to 8 March 2020, at WILD RICE @ FUNAN, Funan Mall, 107 North Bridge Rd #04-08, Singapore 179105. Tickets are priced from S$35 via Sistic.

Get Your Groove On at Barefoot Tiki Nights

Start your romantic evening with a sunset dinner by the pool while enjoying the backdrop of palm trees and lush foliage. After the sun goes down, grab your partner for a dance under the moonlight! DJs Rushmo, MoOs Cessay, and JNR aka Just Not Right will bring you Afrocentric beats that’ll keep you grooving all night long. Dip your toes in the sand with a cocktail in hand, and enjoy an unforgettable night under the stars.

Barefoot Tiki Nights ft. DJs Rushmo, MoOs and JNR is happening on 22 February 2020 from 6pm – 12am, at Tanjong Beach Club, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098942. Reservations available here.

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