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Singapore's annual visual arts celebration returns January 17 to 28 with over 100 works and experiences.
More than 100 events will transform museums and public spaces around the island in this festival organised by the National Arts Council, Singapore Tourism Board and Singapore Economic Development Board.
Highlights include ARTWALK Little India, where pedestrians can view new murals, listen to music and hear urban legends retold in the lanes around Serangoon Road.
Galleries at Gillman Barracks in Lock Road will showcase new installations. Street artists will transform the ArtScience Museum and Aliwal Arts Centre.
At National Gallery Singapore, viewers can put their stamp on an interactive installation by Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak or receive a personal concert from an opera singer.
Works from private collections are also out for public viewing in shows at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre in Straits Boulevard and through home visits for art collectors organised by art fair Art Stage Singapore.
Go to www.artweek.sg for the full listings of Singapore Art Week 2018.