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