Mention LASALLE College of the Arts and most people would think of undergraduate and post-graduate education programmes in art design, art therapy, art history, dance, music, theatre, fashion, film, animation, arts management and arts education. To support its cutting edge contemporary arts and design education and practice in Singapore, this leading tertiary institution also host various events and exhibitions featuring local artists like Zai Kuning and even sound art from Australia. Supported by the American Embassy, LASALLE College of the Arts is hosting FREE movie screenings during lunchtime in October. The films include:
Hello Dolly! (148 min), 13 October - An adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name, this 1969 romantic comedy revolves around Dolly Levi, a matchmaker based in New York who falls in love and creates happy endings for the various characters including herself.
Richard Tuttle: Never Not an Artist (32 min), 20 October - This 2005 film offers viewers a glimpse into the work, life and thinking of American post-minimalist artist Richard Tuttle.
Jaws (124 min), 27 October - Who can forget the 1975 thriller movie directed by Steven Spielberg that made the great white shark famous. As a menace to the small island community of Amity, the giant great white shark had to be hunted down and stopped.
In addition to supporting teaching and learning experiences at LASALLE, these films are also open to the public. So make a lunchtime date with FREE movies at Singapore's leading contemporary arts and design institution.