This weekend: Get lit up at Digital Nights Singapore, Pig out at BBQ Grill Nite @ Coastes, Siloso Beach, and Catch an art exhibition ‘Collective Memories: Together in Electric Dreams’

What to do this weekend:

1) Get lit up at Digital Nights Singapore 2010 (DNS)

Are you a fan of all things bright, arty and fancy? Get lit up at DNS 2010, an artistic 10-day long festival from 17-26 September 2010, featuring visual and digital arts at the Singapore Art Museum, Orchard Road and Sculpture Square.

The Singapore Art Museum is one of the venues for DNS

Conciding with the Grand Prix Season in Singapore, this event is the first in Singapore and Asia (yes, Singapore scored another No.1 again), adapted from the European Nuit Blanche, a flagship night event in major cities of Europe.

Participated by both international and local artists, one of the artworks at Orchard Road comes in the form of a digital red carpet in which passerbys can walk through and cast their shadows on. Sculpture Square will showcase a virtual fashion show experience for visitors.

For more information, see the light on Singapore Art Museum, and Orchard Road here.

2) Pig out at BBQ Grill Nite @ Coastes, Siloso Beach, Sentosa

Don’t stop to think twice. Not on 24 September 2010, from 6.30pm. For S$45 per pax, eat all the barbequed food you love in the world, cooked freshly at Siloso’s well loved beach bar Coastes, and receive a complimentary iced lemon tea as part of the deal.

Beach, sea, sand and unlimited food at Coastes beckons.

Yes, it’s gonna be a guilty Friday night dinner. If you think you can handle it, find out more about Coastes here. These links bring you to Siloso Beach and Sentosa.

3) Catch an art exhibition ‘Collective Memories: Together in Electric Dreams’

What do you remember about your childhood? For these six artists, they created their artworks and site-specific installations based on their childhood memories, for viewing from 1-25 September 2010, at 65 Spottiswoode Park Road.

This project is managed by Give Art and the artists are Justin Lee, Jason Wee, Sandrine Llouquet, Jamie Paul, Genevieve Chua and Bertrand Peret.

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