News Explore · 7 Mar 2019

Celebrating women: Things to do this weekend


Connect, communicate, and celebrate! Here are things to do this weekend as we honour all the women in our lives and what they’ve achieved.


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Fearless Females: Queens of Their Craft

When: 8 Mar

Where: WeWork (Suntec Tower 5)

Meet the most creative of female artists, creators, and entrepreneurs as they tell us what inspires them. Panelists include QimmyShimmy, who’s famous for her wonderfully weird sculptures of human babies (you read that right). This celebration also includes disco beats, interactive art installations, and baked goodies.

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Movie screening: The Helper

When: 10 Mar

Where: Malay Heritage Centre

Putting the spotlight of everyday heroes, this film documents the lives of domestic workers who’s had to leave their homes to find a living in foreign countries. A photography and poetry showcase follows the screening. The event is free, and donations made to Aidha will qualify for tax deductions.


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NET-A-PORTER: Empowered women empower women

Here’s one you can do from the comfort of your home: shopping! Shop tees from designers including Victoria Beckham, Alexa Chung, and Isabel Marant. Profits from sales go to Women For Women International, a charity for women in the midst of rebuilding their lives after war.


Other things to do this weekend

Textures 2019

When: 7–10 Mar

Where: The Arts House


This literary festival, as part of #BuySingLit, focuses on the theme "Love and Loss (and some things in between)" – exploring how words can help navigate our world and our emotions. Highlights include The Room of Love and Loss (and some things in between), which shows an intimate look into what members of the literary community hold dear in their hearts.


Street of Clans

When: 8–10 Mar

Where: Bukit Pasoh Road

Clan associations have always felt like part of a very distant past in Singapore’s history, but did you know Bukit Pasoh Road still houses many of them? Drop by and explore the area as these places play host to design installations, stories, music, workshops, food, and culture.



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