Celebrations
for Professor Ho

Saturday, 9 November 2019, 5 pm, University Cultural Centre Theatre

To commemorate the 80th birthday of this special mentor, join us for a special concert in support of the Music Score Commission Fund.

Dance and
philosophy

22-23 October 2019, 8 pm, University Cultural Centre Theatre

Question the nature of human activity and its nuanced relationship with the environment. Unpack the dynamics between the physical body and personal philosophy.

tropics, a many
(con)sequence

Open from Friday, 25 October, NUS Museum

Explore ways in which the University’s permanent collection may be read in relation to writings on art and cultural history.

NUS Centre For the Arts (CFA) is a vibrant space that integrates the arts into university life.

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Nurturing artistic talent

Our Talent Development and Programming (TDP) division nurtures artistic talents in dance, music, film and theatre, and production management by providing training in performance skills, leadership skills and raising awareness of how the artists can transform societies. Through its diverse programming platforms, TDP showcases students and professional artists to add vibrancy to our creative campus.

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A world of exploration

NUS Museum is a comprehensive Museum for teaching and research. With a distinct focus on Asian regional art and culture, it seeks to create an enriching experience through its collections, exhibitions and programmes.

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In celebration of heritage and culture

Once the ancestral home of a Straits Chinese (Peranakan Chinese) family, NUS Baba House is curated to display early 20th century domestic life, supporting research in cultural encounters, history and conservation.

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Our venues are your stage

First opened in September 2000, the University Cultural Centre is the cultural heart of NUS, featuring a 1,700 seat hall, a 425 seat theatre and numerous rehearsal, conference and supporting spaces.

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SPOTLIGHT

CONDUCTING SUPERSTAR

NUS alumni Kahchun Wong

 

 

Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition winner Kahchun Wong credits Singapore awards, including the Paul Abisheganaden Grant, for helping him on the path to his international conducting career.

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