Singapore Poetry on the Sidewalks (S.P.O.T.S)Organised by: National Arts Council
Performed by: Sing Lit Station
Singapore Poetry on the Sidewalks (S.P.O.T.S.) is a public art project bringing Singapore literature straight to the heartlands.
Excerpts of Sing Lit poetry are inscribed along the pavilions of Waterway Point with hydrophobic paint, revealed only when touched by water. Each excerpt is curated to shed light on the origins of Punggol and the history of the land.
Take a stroll along the path and look for little clues as to where the excerpts are hidden. Venture out on a rainy day, engage in water play or perform a rain dance to bring forth a downpour.
Bring your family down for a 'live' 3-D chalk drawing activity! Join artist Imran Mohamed Ishak, to colour in the artwork inspired by the poems written in English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil.
Punggol Waterway Park (outside Waterway Point)
7 - 24 November
Live 3-D Chalk Drawing by Artists:
9, 16, 23 November
5pm - 630pm
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Sing Lit Station is a Singaporean literary charity whose core mission is to grow the local literary community. Through initiatives such as SingPoWriMo, Manuscript Bootcamp and school-based programme, Book A Writer, it also aims to be a platform where readers and writers can meet.
Imran Mohamed Ishak (also known as MystifyingiMran) is a celebrity magician and artist who has been featured on stage