Current Issue

Cultural Spaces

In this month’s issue our focus is on cultural spaces. There are articles on how spaces have changed over the years in certain areas. There is also an article on the changes in Tamil literature in Singapore. We are honored to feature Dr Ho Chee Lick, a linguist and senior lecturer at the National University of Singapore and his artwork in "Finding Beauty across the Faiths. " Enjoy reading. Aesthetics is a publication of Nirtyalaya Aesthetics Society MCI (P) 139/03/2015 The permit is valid: 16/03/2015 till 15/03/2016 If you would like to make a comment or contribution to “AESTHETICS” Magazine, Please email: nirtyalaya@singnet.com.sg Copyright: Nrityalaya Aesthetics Society All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner is prohibited.

Dance

Cultural Space

by Nrityalaya Administrator

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Space

History and Memory of Cultural Spaces – From Waterloo Street to Little India

by Chee Meng

HOW MUCH WILL YOU REMEMBER OF FAMILIAR PLACES AROUND YOU TODAY, WHEN EVERYTHING CHANGES? An urban landscape can change in the blink of an eye for a globalised city like Singapore, where economic development is... Read more

Literature

Tamil Literature in Singapore

by Kesavan

Literature and Society are interrelated. Social, educational, political and intellectual aspects of a society have a great influence on the literature of the society or nation. Literary writers, therefore, should have a better understanding of... Read more

Theatre

Recent & Upcoming Events

by Nrityalaya Administrator

Recent Events Puraskara Date: 15 Nov 2015 Time: 7.30 pm Venue: UCC Theatre Puraskara means an accolade or reward and it brought together the professional wing Bhaskar's Arts Academy with the teaching wing Nrityalaya Aesthetics... Read more