FESTIVAL OF WOMEN
VIRTUAL EDITION
FESTIVAL OF WOMEN: N.O.W. 2020

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Festival of Women: N.O.W. 2020 is a virtual festival. 

 

Streamed across several digital platforms, it presents diverse narratives of women from across different sectors, connecting the arts to life. It celebrates alliances and solidarity forged between women through engagement and collaborations that educate, generate awareness, and start dialogues on the pertinent issues of today.

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WOMEN OF N.O.W.:
A DIGITAL EXHIBITION
 

BEGINS 4 JUNE 2020

FESTIVAL LINE-UP               

EXHIBITION, CONVERSATIONS, PERFORMANCES, AURALITY PROJECTS, AND VIDEO NARRATIVES

Week 1

15 JULY 

  • Opening of N.O.W. | 7.30pm | Live Stream 

  • Chat with Women of N.O.W. PART 1 | 7.45pm

        *Livestream Talk
 

​16 JULY

  • Chat with Women of N.O.W. PART II | 7.30pm

         *Livestream Talk​

17 JULY

  • Chat with Women of N.O.W. PART III | 7.30pm

         *Livestream Talk​

18 JULY​

  • Entangled Intimacies: Transnational Divorce Narratives

        7:30pm | *Livestream Verbatim Accounts and           Dialogue

18 JULY - 19 JULY 

  • 24-Hour Playwriting Competition | 3pm - 3pm

Week 2​

21 - 22 JULY

  • Unseen Labour - the making of

        7.30pm | Video Narratives with 
        *Livestream Talk

23 JULY

  • King | 7:30pm | Livestream

        Catch-up and view on T:>Works YouTube from         24 July, 6pm till 26 July, 11.59pm

24 JULY

  • In conversation with Jo Tan and Jasmine Ng 7.30pm | *Livestream Talk

25 July

  • Fit for a King in conversation with

        Stephanie Chan and Liting Tan

        7.30pm | *Livestream Talk

Week 3

30 JULY 

  • The Book of Mothers | 7:30pm | Audio Play

        Catch-up and listen to Sound Stories and

        The Book of Mothers on T:>Works SoundCloud

        till 2 August, 11.59pm

  • In conversation with the creatives and cast of The Book of Mothers 

       9pm​ | *Livestream Talk

31 JULY

  • Sound Stories (podcast), 7pm

  • Sound Sense with Inch Chua and Lim Tingli 7.30pm | *Livestream Talk with Music and Video

1 AUGUST

  • Carving Space Underground

         7:30pm | *Livestream Talk

 

2 AUGUST

  • Distant yet Close. A festival wrap-up talk with artists negotiating the digital |11am 

        *Livestream Talk

*If you missed any of the livestream talks, recorded streams are available on T:>Works YouTube till 2 August, 11.59pm.

 

OUR COLLABORATORS

Ginette Chittick
Edith Podesta
Noorlinah Mohamed
Nabilah Said
Panuksmi Hardjowirogo
Inch Chua
Liting
Chong Ning Qian
Sharon Quah
Stephanie Chua
Samantha Chia
Raymond Goei
Kaylene Tan
OxU
Radigals
Fuse
Nina Chabra
Hazel Lim
Jasmine Ng
Ginette Chittick
Edith Podesta
Noorlinah Mohamed
Nabilah Said
Panuksmi Hardjowirogo
Inch Chua
Liting
Chong Ning Qian
Sharon Quah
Stephanie Chua
Samantha Chia
Raymond Goei
Kaylene Tan
OxU
Radigals
Fuse
Nina Chabra
Hazel Lim
Jasmine Ng

PROUDLY PRESENTED BY

The digitalisation process of N.O.W. 2020 is made possible by the generous support of friends of T:>Works 

Ho Kwon Ping, Ong Keng Yong, Restu Imansari Kusumaningrum, Prof Tommy Koh, 

Cheam Li Chang & Tan Tarn How, George Yeo, Laura Miotto, Gilles Massot, Rosita Ng, Valerie Oliveiro.

    LOCATION & CONTACT    

72-13 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 239007

Tel:  6737 7213

Email: connect.tworks@gmail.com

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