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Marantau Baliak Ka Alam: A Randai performance produced by Kaum Collective

20 May • 08:30pm • Malay Heritage Centre

This Randai performance will serve as a reminder of our foundational connection and interdependence with nature – to realise what we have taken for granted. The performance shall incorporate dance, music and poetic dialogue with also elements of educational anecdotes to help audiences to understand the story as well as the art of Randai.

Morning with a Veteran Frame Maker

8 May • 10:00am • Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre

Mr Yoosuf, who has been showcased in the Singapore HeritageFest (SHF) 2022 video, will be sharing his story in person at NDIMHC. He will also be conducting a live demonstration on how to build a frame for the typical poster/ A4 photograph.

My Life Journey

22 May • 10:00am • Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre

Retiree Mr Ninar Pillai Ibrahim, who is his eighties, will be sharing his life journey and how he settled in Singapore from Thucklay in Tamil Nadu.

Natural Heritage: A Mutually Shaping Dynamic?

A collection of 12 essays on Nature, our Natural heritage and exploring the mutually shaping we have with nature and our natural heritage. The essays are all drawn from The Birthday Book main collection.

Rose Romance

13 May • 09:00am • Gardens by the Bay

After a well-received run in 2019, roses make a return to Flower Dome in a fragrant show redolent of summer that will showcase the magic and romance of one of the oldest and most iconic flowers of all time.

Sustainable Fashion and Natural Heritage Dialogue Session

7 May • 04:00pm • NAFA Campus 1

The Sustainable Fashion and Natural Heritage Dialogue Session is an informal sharing led by local fashion professionals and heritage experts. Moderated by an arts student, participants will explore the intersections between local sustainability movements and what we perceive natural heritage to represent.

“The Capitol of Singapore” Film Premiere & Screening

6 May • 07:00pm • Capitol Theatre

7 May • 05:00pm • Capitol Theatre

Directed by French filmmaker Raphaël Millet, “The Capitol of Singapore” documentary chronicles Capitol Theatre’s legacy since its founding in 1930 and its role in Singapore’s cultural, architectural and cinematic history.

Travel and Tourism Heritage: Where are you local?

A collection of essays, art and other media featuring people and places around Singapore drawn from The Birthday Book Jr. main collection.