The opening week of the NUS Arts Festival 2017 delivered diverse performances and sold out shows. The final week will push the experience further.
NUS Centre For the Arts is proud to announce that the recipient of this year’s Paul Abisheganaden Grant for Artistic Excellence is pianist and NUS alumni Azariah Tan.
NUS Museum presents ongoing attempts to revive the technology of making ash-glazed ceramics in Myanmar
NUS Arts Festival 2017 challenges artists and audiences to consider the future, arts, science, and culture to realise their own Brave New Worlds.
NUS Arts Festival 2017 featureS more than 25 events across dance, theatre, music and film, including the student community, academic thought leaders and local and international artists.
Solo exhibition at NUS Museum considers 70-year oeuvre of Singapore’s oldest living artist
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