FULL PROGRAMME

DESIGN WORKSHOPS

Edible Cities

How can we turn underutilised spaces in packed and overpopulated Asian megalopolises into profitable areas, in terms of community, business and human health. 

 

Learn, create and share as we think about possible solutions on how to place small greenhouse spaces that can be used for harvesting of vegetables and fruit plants for the community and many others! 

Date & Time​Friday, 15 March 2019, 1.30-3.30PM

Venue: Jalan Besar Sports Centre MSCP (100 Tyrwhitt Rd, S207542)

*Workshops are free of charge with purchase of festival ticket. 

Working with Waste

A hands-on workshop to allow for the architects, designers and craftsmen to truly experience how it is like to work with ECOR materials and panels. ECOR provide simple designs to create with. Experience both a new laser cutter and working with ECOR!

Date & Time: ​Friday, 15 March 2019, 4-6PM

Venue: Jalan Besar Sports Centre MSCP (100 Tyrwhitt Rd, S207542)

*Workshops are free of charge with purchase of festival ticket. 

Imagining the Future of Our Living Spaces in Singapore

How might we design our homes for the ways in which Singaporeans want to live their lives? Come and join the fun as we come together to brainstorm and prototype our ideal future living space. The future is yours!  

Date & Time: ​Saturday, 16 March 2019, 4-6PM

Venue: Jalan Besar Sports Centre MSCP (100 Tyrwhitt Rd, S207542)

*Workshops are free of charge with purchase of festival ticket. 

Paper Shredder!

Crafters Collective Presents: 'Paper Shredder!' By Zim Aliwal.

Come 'shred' Paper like an electric guitar and discover the boundless creative possibilities for paper otherwise destined for the bin. Pick your instrument: newspaper, printing paper or even magazines saved from the incinerator and give it new life! Try your hand at Origami, Kirigami, & more novel techniques to transform paper waste. By making art of discarded & disused paper we can effectively separate paper waste from general waste so it can be recycled properly.

 

Less Than 50% of paper & cardboard in Singapore is recycled (Source: National Environment Agency - N.E.A), and as we transition to less plastics, we're set to use only more paper in our everyday lives. More paper is lost as it get contaminated with food waste, and other liquids inside bins, hindering recycling efforts.

Date & Time​Sunday, 17 March 2019, Open from 11AM

Venue: Jalan Besar Sports Centre MSCP (100 Tyrwhitt Rd, S207542)

*Workshops is free and easy. 

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