At the movies: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
This movie chronicles the life of Ted Bundy, considered to be one of the most cold-hearted murderers in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Liz (Lily Collins) thinks she has found the man of her dreams in the form of Bundy (Zac Efron). When he is arrested on alleged kidnapping charges, Liz still believes he is innocent. In the years to come, Bundy is linked to other multiple murders and Liz’s life is turned upside down. The movie focuses on how she was manipulated by a seemingly adoring boyfriend. The movie is now screening.

At the movies: Greta
Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz) finds a handbag and sets out to look for its rightful owner, who turns out to be a widow, Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert). The two then strike up a relationship that is considered unusual by Frances’ friend Erica Penn (Maika Monroe). As the two women get closer, something sinister about Greta becomes apparent and what happens next is a series of psychological games.
The movie is now screening.

Topographies is a solo exhibition by Jason Lim displaying his body of work, which covers ceramic art, photography, video, installation and performance art. Lim came up with the idea last August during his 10-day residency in Kjerringøy, a northern village in the Bodø Municipality in Norway. The programme was part of the sixth edition of Kjerringøy Land Art Biennale, which invited 12 international artists to showcase their site-specific, nature-altering works developed during the residency. Topogra­phies features Lim’s use of his body as a prop to showcase natural materials found along Kjerringøy’s unique coastal-alpine landscape.
Dates: Until July 11
Time: Monday to Saturday (11am to 11pm)
Venue: Telok Ayer Arts Club, 2 McCallum Street

Gallery Children’s Biennale 2019: Embracing Wonder
From now until year-end, the Gallery Children’s Biennale will feature 11 interactive artworks based on the theme of “Embracing Wonder”. Interactive and multi-dimensional artworks by 13 Singaporean and Southeast Asian artists will spark curiosity in young visitors about the world around them, and encourage openness to discover diversity and imagine new possibilities. A highlight is the Singapore International Children’s Film Festival — Big Eyes, Big Minds — featuring eight collections of imaginative short films from more than 30 countries.  
Dates: June 1 and 2, 8 and 9, 15 and 16
Time: 10am, 11.30am, 2.15pm, 3.30pm
Venue: City Hall Wing, Level B1, The Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium
Admission: Tickets are required for ages one and up ( Children aged 12 and below must be accompanied by an adult.

Sansiri x Ibex Collection
The IBEX Collection, the world’s largest active and privately owned collection of contemporary figurative super-realist art, is showcasing the art of 20 artists from 12 countries in a group exhibition. Showing for the first time in Singa­pore, the exhibition celebrates the development and growing importance of contemporary hyperrealism in art.
At the heart of the collection is the fascinating world of figurative hyperrealism. Each piece focuses on micro-expression through exceptional technical mastery and deeper commentary, whether emotional, social, cultural or political.
Date: Until June 9
Venue: Siri House at Dempsey Blk 8D, 01-02 Dempsey Hill, Dempsey Road
Admission: Free

Cultural Extravaganza 2019
The Cultural Extravaganza 2019 returns for its third edition and invites all to discover Singapore’s evolving and contemporary Chinese culture in our everyday life. Come and uncover the heritage behind our daily cup of kopi, learn about how Chinese wedding traditions have evolved across generations, get to know Singapore’s thriving Chinese comics market or even pick up a circus trick or two from a local community circus.
Presented by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and held over three weeks, the event offers a dynamic line-up of programmes featuring performances by home-grown arts and cultural groups, exhibitions, workshops, talks, creative markets and more.
Date: Until June 15