Highlights of Art only for Chinese New Year
Chinese New year whenever comes, sure comes with lot of excitement and as majority of people are looking forward for a bang bang celebration wouldn’t want to miss anything. Be it home décor or home furnishing or clothing etc. But now when you go for décor we bring you art exclusive for The New Year not for home for decorating your mind and heart.
Appreciate the form of art and the thoughts put into it. See the value of courage presented through dance, theatre and music at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. 2012 is the 10th anniversary the Huayi Festival and to celebrate they offered a series of events at Singapore’s premier performance arts hub, captivating audiences with contemporary and traditional Chinese cultural acts from 27 Jan – 5 Feb. With the theme “Celebrating Life”, the series hopes to present “the best of the human spirit” through the arts, capturing our trials, tensions, and the best human existence.
All only to bring in the year of Good luck with happiness and that while it goes it leaves all the luck and happiness for us. They chose to pick up Courage as the theme, as in today’s world all what matters is how much courage one has. So courage was chosen as a fitting theme for this year’s performances, echoing the dynamism and progressiveness of the acts. Not only does courage pertain to themes in traditional Chinese arts, it plays into the contemporary scene as well, challenging the way we approach and communicate interpersonal and community struggles. In addition to a locally commissioned play, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, dance and classical music performances, workshops and talks will bring the public into this creative dialogue.