Venue: Glass Hall, Singapore Art Museum (Capacity: 120)
Moderator: Zizi Azah
How much does one’s background influence one’s writing? Can writers transcend their origins? Join prominent writers Ahmad Tohari and SM Zakir as they share how their lives have shaped their works.
This session is in Malay.
Perbincangan Panel: Mengapa Saya Menulis
Mengemukakan: Ahmad Tohari, S M Zakir
Dimoderatkan oleh: Zizi Azah
Ahad 4 Nov | 4ptg– 5ptg| Glass Hall, Singapore Art Museum | Pas Pesta
Sejauh manakah latar belakang seseorang mempengaruhi penulisannya? Bolehkah seorang penulis mengatasi asal usulnya? Sertai penulis-penulis terkenal Ahmad Tohari dan SM Zakir yang berkongsi bagaimana kehidupan mereka membentuk karya-karya mereka.
Venue: Exhibition Gallery 2, Basement, National Museum of Singapore (Capacity: 100)
Moderator: Ting Kheng Siong
Modernist poetry cuts across cultures and yet means something different to each one. Come join Taiwanese poet Hung Hung, SGWritings founder Zou Lu and Singaporean poet Wu Mu as they explore the significance of Modernist poetry in each of their countries. Can the different styles and forms of poetry be defined clearly? Or does poetry defy labeling?
This session is in Mandarin.
嘉宾: 鸿鸿, 伍木, 邹璐
十一月四日, 星期天 | 4pm - 5pm | Exhibition Gallery 2, Basement, National Museum of Singapore | 作家节通行证
Venue: The Ixora Room, The Peranakan Museum (Capacity: 65)
Moderator: Venka Purushothaman
Reviewers and critics have the power to shape tastes and build audiences. But is their role all-important or over-estimated, this panel asks. And, without the critic’s opinions and analyses, will only popular works rule the day?