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    Start the year by gaining creative inspiration at Singapore Art Week (SAW) 2021, which will run until January 30. The much-anticipated festival returns for its ninth edition with over 100 programs, involving more than 300 artists and curators from Singapore and around the world.

    This year, SAW will transcend space, time and international borders by bringing numerous exciting experiences for you and your loved ones to enjoy virtually. There will surely be something for everyone – whether you are interested in learning about the stories and meaning behind the artworks or want something vibrant and colorful to share with your followers on Instagram.

    Light to Night illuminates Singapore’s Civic District once again – this time offering a redefined, hybrid experience. Take a virtual adventure around the precinct and its historic buildings including the Asian Civilisations Museum and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall through online art workshops, livestreamed talks and other exciting events.

    Get creative The Incredible Magical Moving Sticker Exhibition. Choose from an array of GIFs featuring slime, eyes, flashing lights and buzzing objects to add a touch of weirdness to your photos and videos. Tag @eyeyahmag and your creation may even be featured in the exhibition’s online site.

    IMPART Collectors’ Show returns for its fourth edition and for the first time in an online format. With the theme “Leap of Faith”, six private collectors from Singapore, Indonesia, India, and Switzerland will open their homes and offices to provide rare public access to site-specific works and other parts of their collection.

    COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected everyone in ways big and small. Presented by the National Museum of Singapore, #NEVERBEFORESG documents the impact of the pandemic through a vast collection of video essays, drawings, photography, poetry and digital games.

    Discover how Singapore grappled with the crisis at the country’s first and largest online art showcase, which features the works of 87 creatives and curated by fashion designer and multi-disciplinary artist Yang Derong.