Capstone Festivals

It’s About Time – Arts and Humanities Capstone Festival 2020

2020’s edition of the Arts & Humanities Capstone Festival was titled “It’s About Time”, featuring works of twelve graduating students from the major.

We proudly present:

    • day/dream: Chia Yaim Chong
    • Don’t Stretch Before You Run, and Other Frequently Ignored Advice: Agatha Tan Qian Yu
    • letters to finland: Syafiqah N. B. Shamsheralam
    • you’ll be alright. cry. : Nicolas Kang
    • The Song Of The Bow: Mah Ye-Chao, Nathaniel
    • Replica: Inherited Traumas: Low Xiang Qi Crystal
    • O: Isabel Meg Fang
    • Appetite: Trade, Knowledge and Displacement in Still-Life Paintings of the Seventeenth Century Dutch Republic: Poh Kathy
    • Forget Me Not: Kwan Yi-Hao, Andrew
    • mushroom soup: Tay Jing Hui
    • Afterlife: Alistair Ryan Chong Kia How

The capstone festival booklet can be found here.


undo – Arts and Humanities Capstone Festival 2019

2019’s edition of the Arts & Humanities Capstone Festival was titled “undo”, featuring works of twelve graduating students from the major. The festival ran from 5-12 April 2019.

We proudly present:

  • I AM HERE FOR YOU by art naming (fka Adam Lau)
  • And Yet We Ripple by Cora Ceipek
  • Spoons by Gabriel Lek
  • We had Dreams when We were Young by Justin Ong
  • Natural Fiction by Thaddeus Cochrane
  • marc by Marc Koo: Wearing where you are by Marc Koo
  • 裂光 | Fractures by Nikki Chen
  • “hi, how are you?” by Zhu Minying
  • Pietà by Koh Zhi Hao
  • “long live the Nude!”: the production of the nude in twentieth-century Singapore by Yang Yilin
  • Make Yourself at Home by Lesha Mansukhani
  • A Meal Together by Numhom Jirasiri Techalapanarasme

More details can be found on the Festival Facebook page.

 


un\becoming – Arts and Humanities Capstone Festival 2018

“un\becoming”: the festival event showcasing the capstone projects of the Class of 2018 Arts and Humanities majors.

Featuring:

  • shadows NEVER die! by Dynn Othman (Screenplay/Film)
  • bare by Anisha Charan (Virtual Reality)
  • Letter to a Stranger by Megan Chua (Nonfiction Writing/Piano performance)
  • Kuumba: Exploring Tradition by Iwani Mawocha (Exhibition)
  • Out of all the oceans in the world I love you the most by Hillary Loh (Writing, Collection of Lyric)
  • screen by Teo Xiao Ting (Writing)
  • Shaw-Shaw Photographic Archive by Hunter Cuming Shaw (Exhibition Book)
  • Temujin by Roshan Singh (Full-length Script)
  • Forecast by Janejira Jirudorn (Painting Exhibition)
  • Blue Capsule by Rachel Quek (Photographic Memoir)
  • SPIN by Julianne Thomson (Painting Exhibition)