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Some pix of CultureHackSG 1.0!

We had a great time doing CultureHackSG 1.0 with our wonderful guests, enthusiastic participants and the lovely people at NUS Baba House from 16-25 Jan. Here are some photos, courtesy of NUS Baba House:

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CULTUREHACKSG 1.0 SHARING SESSION SCHEDULE is out!

CultureHackSG Sharing Session will be happening from 23-25 Jan 2015. We will be presenting a different programme for each session. Please see the latest updated programme below. It will be great to see you for all 3 days!

Purchase tickets at Peatix link: http://bhculturehacksg.peatix.com/?lang=en-sg

At the moment, 23rd Jan Friday is sold out. Not much tickets left for Saturday and Sunday.

For more details on schedule please click on link

https://postmuseum.wordpress.com/culturehacksg/culturehacksg-presentation-weekend-schedule/

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*featured image is ‘The Culinary History of Singapore Performance Art by Lina Adam’ Image courtesy of artist

Get your tickets for CultureHackSG presentation weekend

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Art is An Bread by Robert Guth

Thank you everyone for coming last night.

After an eventful creation session last night, we are gearing up to do the presentation next week. (23,24,25th Jan – Fri – Sat). It is fascinating to think about food and culture from different approaches.

Well please ask your friends to get tickets for the presentation weekend. Every night programme is different. So please get tickets for that night!

You can do so at peatix – http://bhculturehacksg.peatix.com/?lang=en-sg

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Dear Neighbour by P!D

CultureHackSG 1.0 Schedule is updated

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CultureHackSG 1.0 is the first instalment of our new programme CultureHackSG, which will be launched at NUS Baba House as part of the Singapore Art Week 2015 (17 – 25 January).

Looking for anyone interested in Peranakan culture, colonial recipes and creating new working methods across different disciplines.
Basically,CultureHackSG is a platform for arts and culture that is held over 2 days (16-17 Jan) of workshops by the specialist where the participants discusses the themes and issues relating to the ‘inspiration’ Baba House and the two colonial cookbooks). From this, the participants will make something that will be shown to the public on (23-25 Jan).
For more details please check out the website: https://postmuseum.wordpress.com/culturehacksg/
Interested in participation and contributing please email: admin@post-museum.orgor cfalp@nus.edu.sg

Participate and check out the revised schedule.

* The Creation Process is Part 1 of CultureHackSG 1.0 and is a closed door event for participants. If you are interested please contact us admin@post-museum.org or call tien or Jennifer about this.