Singapore Contemporary Young Artists

Playing With & For The Community

Play it Forward, since PARK(ing) Day

The street pianos with Play it Forward since PARK(ing) Day 2015 had travelled to 6 locations, from Aliwal Art Centre on to URA’s Pop-Up Park and then to the space below the Esplanade Bridge, The Arts House, the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall Lawn for Singapore’s Writers’ Festival. It is currently at the Marina Bay City Gallery till 14th November before heading to ACM for a day for its 7th location in the civic district before being given to designated charities and beneficiaries.

Here is a pictorial recap of the entire journey of the pianos, named P.Floyd and Maurice.

Aliwal Arts Centre (18 – 20 Sep 2015)11998944_1627736574151138_5655100809639313732_n

The URA Centre (21 Sep – 1 Oct 2015) BSW_7777

Under the Esplanade Bridge (2 – 16 Oct 2015)BSW_7797 wpid-wp-1447320911212.jpeg

The Arts House at Old Parliament (17 – 28 Oct 2015)12115946_1634858310105631_5778379502742798533_n

Empress Lawn, outside Victoria Concert Hall. In partnership with Singapore Writers Festival 2015 (28 Oct – 9 Nov 2015)wpid-wp-1447330600675.jpeg

Marina Bay City Gallery (9 – 14 Nov 2015)wpid-received_10156163072570317.jpeg

Asian Civilisations Museum (14 – 15 Nov 2015)

Lianhe Zaobao also featured the movement on 17 Oct 2015!


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