SRRFM38 at EarthFest

Singapore Really Really Free Market 38 was¬†part of the inaugural EarthFest which was held at Marina Barrage last Sat. It was great fun and we were very happy to find out about all the cool and interesting eco initiatives in Singapore ūüôā

Here are some photos:

srrfm38dsrrfm38a  srrfm38c srrfm38bsrrfm38e srrfm38f srrfm38g  srrfm38hsrrfm38i srrfm38j srrfm38k srrfm38l srrfm38m srrfm38n srrfm38osrrfm38p

Thanks to those of you who came by, see you again soon!


Some pix of SRRFM35

Singapore Really Really Free Market 35 was held as a¬†part of /*semble*/, an event organised by The Artists Village, in the defunct Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. Among the usual participants, we had a wonderful group of students from Ngee Ann Poly’s Service Learning module who were there to provide some free services. Here are some photos of the event, courtesy of the students:







Hello again

So sorry for the radio silence.

We’ve been busy with Post-PopUp, which is coming to a close¬†at the end of this month. Wow, 4 months have flown by!

Come join us for Singapore Really Really Free Market 32, in Post-PopUp, this coming Sat (25 Oct) from 2-7pm. This would be one of the last things we are doing there and it should be a fun one. Come by for D&D game, juggling and tarot card reading, etc. More info here.

Besides SRRFM32, come see¬†Koh Nguang How’s excellent exhibition entitled¬†“Shui Tit Sing – 100 Years of an Artist through his Archives”. It’s an important show about¬†an almost forgotten artist, and 2 artists, John Low and Cai Qin, are intervening with their work. It’s an interesting experience, don’t miss it. The exhibition is only on until Sun (26 Oct); more info here.

Well, hope to see you this Sat in Post-PopUp.

Otherwise, stay tuned for more info on Awaken the Dragon, which is coming up next month!