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CRAFT by A for Arbite


Thu Sep 26 2013, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Fri Sep 27 2013, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Sat Sep 28 2013, 11:00am–11:00pm
Sun Sep 29 2013, 11:00am–9:00pm

Where: A for Arbite, #01-01 Aliwal Street, Rochor-Kampong Glam, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


Listed by: marc

Located within this creative neighbourhood, where the trendy Haji Lane is just a stone's throw away, A for Arbite aims to be more creative with a focus on food pairings. Each of the dinner items has a suggested drink pairing, resulting in a more complete dining experience.

A for Arbite will be holding CRAFT, a four day event from 26 - 29 September at A for Arbite and the Aliwal Arts Centre, to celebrate dedication, hard work and creativity. Apart from hosting a curated mix of activities, this offers A for Arbite a chance to work with the creative people whom they have met so far since A for Arbite's opening.

A for Arbite will be serving up its own fusion cuisine and unique drinks, while playing host to live workshops, demonstrations, artworks and interactive experiences.

Here's more of what you can expect!

Local craft beer specialists The Drinking Partners will be showcasing selections from their range of craft breweries, while artisan tea blenders Gryphon Tea Company will be overseeing a tea tasting table with some of their very finest teas and tisanes.

All tickets can be purchased at Peatix.

List of Workshops
- The Craft of Poetry (Saturday 28th, 10am - 12pm. $20)
- The Language Hospital - Spoken Word and the Art of writing (Saturday 28th, 6pm - 6.45pm. Donations welcome)
- Food and Beer Pairing (Sunday 29th, 1pm - 3pm. $30)
- 3D Printing Demystified (Sunday 29th, 3.30pm - 5.30pm. Donations welcome)
- Custom Cake Topper and Wooden Doll Making (Sunday 29th, 12.30pm - 2.30pm. $30)
- Writers’ Session featuring Samantha de Silva, author of The Daywalker Chronicles. (Timing to be confirmed. Free event)

Poetry Slam by Word Forward
Thurs 26 Sep, 6PM - 11PM

CRAFT kicks off with a poetry slam organised by Word Forward. For those uninitiated with slam poetry, it is a competitive original spoken word event that pits poets against each other over three rounds. Judges are picked from the audience. A for Arbite will be open for dinner for attendees of the poetry slam, before the event.

Homebrew Beer Evening
Fri 27 Sep, 6PM - 11PM

Homebrew Beer Evening features a number of home brewers discussing and serving up their creations for all to taste and match with A for Arbite’s a la carte menu. After dinner, there are musical performances within the Aliwal Arts Centre auditorium. A for Arbite will be open 'til 10pm for diners.

Sat 28 Sep, 11AM - 11PM

A for Arbite will be transformed into a mini-hall for the first full day of CRAFT, including an all-day outdoor rain or shine picnic.

There will be a craft corner, sculpting and model making by the multi-talented David "BlueWolfe" Liew, to sprawling interactive artwork by American artist Lindsey Bailey, a.k.a. Cake Crush.

Wordforward will be running a workshop titled The Craft of Poetry, from 10am to 12pm, with a focus on what makes a poem tick and how to write poems more powerfully.

From 1pm, PostScripted will be held - it's a chance to engage with a poet and watch the live and interactive creation of a poem. From 6pm, three experienced performance poets will be running The Language Hospital - Spoken Word and the Art of writing.

Sun 29 Sep, 11AM - 9PM

Apart from the craft fair, A for Arbite and The Drinking Partners will collaborate on an educational workshop of different styles of beer and beer pairings.

Sourcemake and MaterialiseIT will be presenting a seminar called 3D Printing Demystified, an overview of 3D Printing and how the public can make use of 3D printing on a daily basis.

Little Craft Loft will be running a kids-friendly workshop called 'Custom Cake Topper and Wooden Doll Making'. Word Forward will have a Writers Session featuring Samantha de Silva, author of The Daywalker Chronicles. This writer's session aims to provide a platform for writers to craft a story, share their work and discuss the writers' craft with the featured writer and fellow participants.