ETIQUETTE SG, an ongoing platform initiated in 2010, is a multidisciplinary showcase of art, writing and film created by and about women. Addressing gender as a subject of discourse, it uses art as a tool to create spaces within which critical and creative conversations can take place. Since its first run, it has featured the works of close to a hundred artists, writers, filmmakers, musicnas and curators as well as pertinent women’s issues that most people would rather not discuss at the dinner-table. Over the course of our 3-year run, we’ve platformed art exhibitions, readings, performances, musical gig, filme screenings and lectures. We’ve even published a book containing the poetry and prose by 27 writers from Singapore!
Our current plans include adding even more cool interviews to the Beyond Borders section of its blog and slowly transitioning into an officially registered NPO. Want to volunteer your time and talent to the collective? E-mail us as [email protected]
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Posted on 1 July 2013 by Tania De Rozario
When Sayoni invited EtiquetteSG to co-produce a local community reading of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues as part of V-Day 2013, we were thrilled. Comprising 16 activists whose passions span different spheres of social change, the process was an emotional, enriching experience and we learned a lot about inclusivity… Read on >>
Posted on 22 February 2013 by Tania De Rozario
Too often, numbers seem to dominate conversation in Singapore. From birth rates and population papers to exam scores and salaries, we seem obsessed as a nation, with things that can be counted: How much do you make? How much does it cost? How much can I save? How… Read on >>
Posted on 26 October 2012 by Tania De Rozario
In 2011, Jennifer Siebel Newsom's Miss Representation revealed a barrage of cold, hard, shocking statistics regarding representations of women in the mainstream media. Uncovering the sexism underlying portrayals of women and girls, and how these representations maintain status quos, Miss Representation has evolved from a film into a… Read on >>