Making Visible the Invisible: Three Decades of the Singapore Arts Festival takes an incisive look at the development, organization, and presentation of Singapore’s premier cultural event. From being a small community event in the 1970s to becoming an international arbiter of taste in the 21st century, the Singapore Arts Festival has captured the imagination of the international festival scene for its edgy, progressive and contemporary outlook. Today, the Festival is a leader in presenting works that re-imagine Asia and the world through new practices and new technology. Commissioned by the National Arts Council, this book looks at its history in order to look forward in the future.
Date Added: March 30, 2015 | Last Updated: April 02, 2015