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     FrontPage Edition: Sun 24 October 2004

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arts@tekka: Little India Arts Belt Street Festival


Come stroll into the streets of Little India and indulge in the offerings by the 6 arts groups residing in the arts belt district at Kerbau Road.

This arts event brings together a diverse team of cross-cultural artists into a single creative project for the community and the many visitors to Tekka.

From storytelling to cultural dances, from mask painting to angklung (a Malay musical instrument) workshops, from photography to installation art, there’s something for everyone!

Trishaw rides also come accompanied with art works created by artists from the Plastique Kinetic Worms.

Together with Dramaplus Arts, W!ld Rice, Bhaskar's Arts Academy, Sri Warisan Som Said Performing Arts, spell#7 and other performing groups, Arts @ Tekka is an excellent showcase of Singapore talents and culture.

Date: 28-30 October 2004

Time: 5.00 - 8.30pm

Venue: Kerbau Road and Belilios Lane, Little India

Admission is free and all are welcome.


First 50 participants to take part in the Arts Belt Trail will win Goody Bags! STOP, LOOK & GO! Free Trishaw Ride! Pick up your ticket at the NAC Booth (limited spaces).

An event co-organised by the National Arts Council and Central Singapore Community Development Council and sponsored by Shell Companies in Singapore.


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