Royston Tan’s filmlet showcases a slice of Singapore’s art scene

Experience music, dance, theatre, literary and visual arts in the National Arts Council's 30 second filmlet.

Naren Lee Sankar
Naren Lee Sankar

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Published: 9 September 2020, 7:33 PM

Prepare to be “in transit” with the National Arts Council as seven local artists have come together for the first time to put on a short filmlet this September.

The 30-second filmlet that transits through different art forms, like music and ballet dancing, is available on National Arts Council’s (NAC) and The A List’s Facebook and YouTube pages, and will be broadcasted on free-to-air television channels over the following two months.

Director Royston Tan said: “Our local arts and culture scene is something very close to heart. This is a very meaningful project for us and I am so excited to be able to play a part in supporting the local arts community through my own art form.

“Witnessing our artists in action was a beautiful reminder of how the arts community has emerged from this crisis stronger and together as one.”

This filmlet is part of NAC’s #SGCultureAnywhere campaign to bring Singapore arts and culture to one integrated digital platform, the A-list website so that despite the circumstances, the arts can continue to bring joy to Singaporeans anywhere at any time.

You can check out the whole list of #SGCultureAnywhere programmes on their website.

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