Aliwal Tracks

Aliwal Tracks

WHEN
18 December 2020 – 5 March 2021
VENUE
Online
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://www.aliwalartscentre.sg/aliwal-tracks

Aliwal Tracks

Aliwal Tracks is a video web series programme that invites viewers to explore the nuanced sounds around Kampong Gelam. Featuring online programmes including virtual exhibition, behind-the-scenes videos and digital performances, meander through the streets of one of Singapore's most vibrant enclaves and explore hidden street art, age-old stories from residents as well as sounds and beats of Kampong Gelam.

Participating arts tenants and project studio hirers include INTER-MISSION, Nine Years Theatre, Chowk Productions, RSCLS, etc.

Aliwal Tracks is slated to take place with weekly video releases between 18 Dec 2020 to 5 Mar 2021.

Image courtesy of Aliwal Arts Centre.
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