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Youths Take Over

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Youths Take Over

18 – 19 January 2020
12–7pm

Free admission

Please note that Gillman Barracks has limited wheelchair access and no lift access.


Revel in celebration and excitement at this two-day arts festival organised by youths for youths! Organised by students and alumni from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, this large-scale event promises abundant activities, perky performances and a Biennale like you’ve never experienced before.

Explore the fascinating artworks according to your own schedule using the trail booklets that are meant to guide you through Gillman Barracks. Tackle the challenge of completing the prompts in the trail booklets to decode a secret message to redeem a treat! (Limited to first 100 redemptions only)

For music lovers, groove to the fresh tunes performed by our talented line-up of young musicians. From charged rap performances by Rusyaidi Rasyid, YHBsleepalot and Unknown Radicals, to chill-out acoustic stylistics of Harith Matin and Jason Yu, the festival is guaranteed to be a smooth blend of music and art.

So drop by Gillman Barracks to experience the amazing food and beverage booths, captivating storytelling sessions and engaging activities throughout the weekend! 

ACTIVITY LINE-UP

Sat, 18 January 2020


Lit Hip-Hop Saturday
– Carpark A, in front of Block 9
2–2.20pm Aniq (@the_aniq_rusyaidi)

2.25–2.55pm YHB Sleepsalot & Rusyaidi Rashid (@yhbsleepsalot and @ahmadjohnson69 from Allure Records)

3pm–3.15pm Dewi

3.50–4.05pm Aniq (@the_aniq_rusyaidi)

 4.10–4.40pm Unknown Radicals (@unknownradicals)

4.45–5.00pm Dewi

5–5.10pm HC Mad Street (from Hwa Chong Institution)

 


Pavilion towards Blk 22, at the work Present-past-patterns (2019) by Vanghoua Anthony Vue
12–7pm BLACKOUT: A poetic self-guided tour

 


Fringe Activities –
Pavilion towards Blk 22, at the work Present-past-patterns (2019) by Vanghoua Anthony Vue
2–6pm Caricature

 

Sun, 19 Jan 2020


Quiet Acoustic Sunday
– Carpark A, in front of Block 9
3.30–4pm Miguel Reyes & Pseudo (@themigolet and @pseudo.wav)

4–4.30pm Ryan Lim (@ryandaon)

5–5.30pm Jason Yu (@jasonyuuu

5.30–6.00pm Harith Matin (@theofficial_rex)

 


Living Stories
– Blk 22 / Pavilion towards Blk 22
1.30–2pm Presented by Young Storytellers from The Storytelling Centre Limited’s ongoing project The Young Storytellers Mentorship Programme (Blk 22) (@storytellingcentresg)

2–2.30pm Alvin Pang (pavilion towards Blk 22)

2–2.30pm Nek Selampit (Blk 22)

3–3.30pm Presented by Young Storytellers from The Storytelling Centre Limited’s ongoing project The Young Storytellers Mentorship Programme (Blk 22)

4–4.30pm Alvin Pang (pavilion towards Blk 22)

4–4.30pm Nek Selampit (Blk 22)

 


Pavilion towards Blk 22, at the work Present-past-patterns (2019) by Vanghoua Anthony Vue
12–7pm BLACKOUT: A poetic self-guided tour

 


Fringe Activities –
Pavilion towards Blk 22, at the work Present-past-patterns (2019) by Vanghoua Anthony Vue
2–6pm Henna Tattoo Painting
Tarot Card Reading