EVENT PRESS: "Kult Gallery's current show, Choking Hazard: An Exhibition about Toys, is coming to a close on 18 March 2017. Over the past few weeks, the show has met with rave reviews and brought together toy fanatics and art lovers from around Singapore to celebrate the world of toys.
To mark its last day, Kult Gallery presents Choking Hazard: Closing Day. It will be
the last chance guests can visit the exhibition and also participate in other toy-related activities. The line-up includes live art drawing with local artists, a Toy Orchestra by Kult Kafe, Mojoko's Sound Reactive Wall, Art Toy Henna by Henn.drawn, a Wearable Toy Workshop by Kult's curators, and an exclusive trailer screening and Q&A with toy documentary film maker Rob Newberry."
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WHAT ACTIVITIES AT THE MINI TOY FESTIVAL (Facebook Events):
⚠ ART JAM WITH ARTISTS (3-6PM)
The courtyard of Emily Hill will be transformed into a giant canvas for local artists to freely express themselves. Contributing artists to Kult Gallery’s Choking Hazard and Kult Magazine’s Toys issue will be present during this time to create inspired artwork. You're welcome to add to the canvas with art materials provided by Kult Gallery.
⚠ HENNA TOY TATTOO (4-7PM)
Wear your toy love with pride at the Henna Toy Tattoo booth. Henna tattoo collective Henndrawn (@henn.drawn on Instagram) will be on site with a catalogue of toy-inspired designs you can get “inked” on your arms. Henna tattoos range between SGD 15 - 20 and take 5 to 15 minutes to complete.
⚠ WEARABLE TOY WORKSHOP (3-5PM)
Use different parts and pieces of existing toys, you can get your hands dirty by producing a customised wearable toy.
Priced at SGD12/participant
Sign up here: http://chokinghazardworkshop.peatix.com
⚠ TOY ORCHESTRA (5-8PM)
Old children’s toys scavenged from Carousell and Sungei Road Thieves’ Market were dissected and circuit-bended to create a Toy Orchestra. The result is a disorienting mix of nostalgia and electronic sound by Kult Kafe.
⚠ SCREENING & MEET-THE-FILMMAKER SESSION (6-7PM)
As part of the festival, there will be a toy trailer screening by Rob Newberry, Director of Education Technology, Chatsworth Group of Schools (SG). Rob, a debut filmmaker, has been working with Colin Gallagher to showcase New In Box (Trailer above / www.newinbox.org), a short documentary film about toy collectors in Singapore. His film seeks to answer a fundamental question – what makes adults want to collect toys?
After the screening, there will be a short dialogue session with the filmmaker.
⚠ SOUND REACTIVE WALL (6-10PM)
When the sun goes down, projections come out to play. Mojoko’s dynamic and colourful sound reactive wall will provide the backdrop for your evening beer. Watch the images jump on screen to the rhythm and beats of Kult Kafe’s DJ console.
Day/Date: Saturday, 18 March 2017
Time: 3 pm - 10 pm
Venue: Kult Gallery, 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Emily Hill, Singapore 228120