Arts & Culture

Actress Makes Directorial Debut

Actress Tan Hui Er (CS‘18) makes her directorial debut with Paparazzi’s production of “Those Who Can’t, Teach.” A self-confessed theatre enthusiast, she now has a better understanding of what happens both on stage and behind the scenes.

Former national fencer Nona Lim (CS’97) is making a name for herself in the United States with her own brand of organic bone broths and soups. PHOTOS COURTESY OF NONA LIM

Nona Lim Cooks Up a Storm

Former national fencer Nona Lim (CS’97) is making a name for herself in the United States with her own brand of organic bone broths and soups.

Over the past eight years, photographer Zakaria Zainal (CS’10) has been exploring lesser known communities in Singapore, and telling their stories through his work. PHOTO: JUDE TAN

 

Stories From Our Fringe Communities

Over the past eight years, photographer Zakaria Zainal (CS’10) has been exploring lesser known communities in Singapore, and telling their stories through his work.
New Perspectives After A Decade

Gabriel Goh, Tiffany Soh and Matthew Chew (all CS’18) of the Perspectives Film Festival 2017 team put together the largest lineup in the festival’s 10-year history. PHOTO: YEO TZE HERN

 
 
 

New Perspectives After a Decade

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Perspectives Film Festival, this year’s iteration was extended to span over two weekends and featured virtual reality films for the first time.
Taking A Leap Into The Music Scene

Singer-songwriter Vivien Yap views music as an outlet to express herself. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

 
 

Taking a Leap Into the Music Scene

Singer-songwriter Vivien Yap (CS’18) has been selected to be part of Noise Singapore 2017 under a music mentorship programme guided by industry professionals.
Down to a Fine Art

Cats are a commonly recurring motif in artist Soh Ee Shaun’s work. PHOTO: ILYDA CHUA

Down to a Fine Art

Homegrown illustrator Soh Ee Shaun (CS’04) reflects on his venture into the world of art.
Coding Up A Story

Marketing and public relations executive Theresia Marten, who embraces coding, views websites as a visual platform for self-expression and storytelling. PHOTO: NORAZREEN BINTI ABD HARIS

Coding Up a Story

Self-taught coder Theresia Marten (CS'17) leverages on coding to tell stories on websites.

The team behind Our Grandfather Story is always on the lookout for authentic local stories that capture the essence of what our grandfathers would tell us. PHOTO: OGS

Snapshots Of The Past

Photojournalism projects curated and developed by WKWSCI students have been making their mark. One recent project, “Our Grandfather Story," has gone viral - garnering almost 200,000 views online since it launched in October.
Working his way to achieving his dream of becoming a filmmaker, Zachary Tang (CS ‘17) is starting small by gaining as much exposure and experiences as possible.

Working his way to achieving his dream of becoming a filmmaker, Zachary Tang (CS ‘17) is starting small by gaining as much exposure and experiences as possible.

PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM

Producing the Dream

Final-year student Zachary Tang (CS’17) and his team got their big break when they won a $20,000 grant to produce a short film.
Lim is grateful for the opportunity to impact the next batch of students with her experience in design. PHOTO: JERLIN HUANG

Lim is grateful for the opportunity to impact the next batch of students with her experience in design. PHOTO: JERLIN HUANG

Edging Forward

Former associate creative director Joan Lim switches gears in her career with her new role as WKWSCI’s part-time lecturer in Print and Digital Publications.
A globetrotter, Lock enjoys detailing her adventures in her travel blog and selling the content to national publications. PHOTO: PRISCA ANG

A globetrotter, Lock enjoys detailing her adventures in her travel blog and selling the content to national publications. PHOTO: PRISCA ANG

Exploring the Unknown

In pursuing her passion for travel and writing, freelance writer and travel blogger Clara Lock (CS’13) has detailed the cultures and people of 30 countries, including North Korea and South Africa.
Dr. Liew has been researching on Korean culture since 2005, and is currently co-writing a research paper on Korean television programs and food culture. PHOTO: BENEDICT YEO

Dr. Liew has been researching on Korean culture since 2005, and is currently co-writing a research paper on Korean television programs and food culture. PHOTO: BENEDICT YEO

Riding the Korean Wave

Starting next semester, students of “The Korean Wave” module may get the opportunity to learn K-pop dances as part of its new practicum component.