What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

MY FAVOURITE TUNES – FUNKY & WHAT NOTS!
The Anne Weerapass Band wants to take you through a smorgasbord of music genres that they’d love to share with you. With Singapore’s finest musicians, including Aya Sekine, Sebastian Ho Wee Kiat on guitar, Rizal Sanip on drums and Brandon Wong on bass, it’s a night of Stevie Wonder, Randy Crawford, Nnenna Freelon and many more!

Date: August 16, 2013
Time: 9.30pm – 1am
Venue: Blu Jaz Cafe
Admission: Free. Go to http://www.blujaz.net/ for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

TURN UP THE HEAT AT THE CATALUNYA BAR
It’s girl power this August at Catalunya Bar. Two of Singapore’s darling female deejays turn the heat up with their mix of lounge and latin tunes.

Date: August 17, 2013
Time: 11pm-2am
Venue: Catalunya Bar, The Fullerton Pavilion, 82 Collyer Quay, General enquiries: 6534 0188 Reservations: 6534 0886
Admission: Free. Go to http://www.catalunya.sg/ for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE
If you’ve ever wondered how to take pictures that make your subject pop, this course has the answers. Learn the fundamental principles and challenges of product photography and how to use a full range of studio equipment, while exploring how different foods, textures and products respond to different types of light.

Date: August 17, 2013
Time: 10am-1pm
Venue: LASALLE College of the Arts, 1 McNally Street.
Admission: $460 (Course of 8 lessons); go to  http://www.lasalle.edu.sg/ for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

IT’S A GUY’S THING: ADDRESSING MALE SEXUAL CONCERNS
What many men worry about: premature ejaculation, erectile difficulties and delayed ejaculation and low sexual desire. Take charge of your sexual life by preparing yourself mentally, emotionally and physically for a lifetime for eros.

Date: August 17, 2013
Time: 2-4.30pm
Venue: Exhibition Room, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, 47 Hill Street, Singapore 179365.
Admission: $15, $20 per couple; go to http://www.eroscoaching.com/2012/12/quarterly-educational-talks/ for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

THE ART OF SHOPPING
ArtScience Museum and retailers from The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands will be donating over 20 signature pieces, for a public silent charity auction. All proceeds going to Art Outreach. These pieces will be transformed into one-of-a-kind art exhibits with the work of 14 promising Singapore urban artists.

Date: Aug 16-17, 2013
Time: 10am-10pm
Venue: The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Admission: Free. Visit http://www.marinabaysands.com/shoppes/ for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

POWER SYMBOLS: SYMBOLS OF EMPOWERMENT IN CONTEMPORARY ART
Presented by The Gallery of Gnani Arts and in celebration of their first decade, comes an exhibition of symbols of empowerment in contemporary art. Featuring sculptures, sculptural installations and paintings by 22 senior and acclaimed artists from Singapore, Malaysia, India and Sri Lanka, the exhibition explores and challenges individual perceptions of power as a transient entity.

Date: August 16-18, 2013
Time: 10am-10pm
Venue: ION Art Gallery
Admission: Free. Visit http://www.ionorchard.com/en/ion-art/ion-art-gallery for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

ZOUK SOUNDSYSTEM PRESENTS MOGUAI WITH FORMATIVE
The German progressive house stalwart, whose music has stood the test of time, exhibits his uncanny ability to maneuver between elements of House, Techno and Electro at this week’s edition of Zouk Soundsystem.

Date: August 16, 2013
Time: 10pm till late
Venue: Zouk
Admission: Non-members $25/$32. Go to www.zoukclub.com for more information.

What to do this weekend (August 16-18)

SOUNDWAVES 2013 – FOOTPRINTS
Singapore actor Sebastian Tan takes us on a journey, retracing the footprints left in the sands of time by the pioneers in contemporary and ethnic performing arts from 1960s to the present day. Filled with humour and colourful music, take a trip back in time and space.

Date: August 16-17, 2013
Time: 9pm
Venue: Esplanade Theatre
Admission: Tickets at $30 & $40 available from SISTIC; prices exclude prevailing SISTIC booking fees.