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“It’s Okay” by Cravism X Maya Diegel

Adjunct lecturer Cravis Chang has recently produced a chilled-out and seductively soothing R&B track ‘It’s Okay’, with Maya Diegel. Released under the name Cravism X Maya Diegel, this single is the lead track from the forthcoming release, which will be released via UK-French label Komplex Recordings on August 20.

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Industry Advisory Council Meeting 2021

A great catch-up session on Zoom with our Industry Advisory Council (IAC) during the Covid-19 Phase 2 (Heighten Alert) in Singapore. Insights on current trending topics and how Covid-19 has changed industry practices and education were shared and discussed among our IAC members Associate Professor Peer M. Sathikh and Associate Professor Stephen Lee from NTU, … Continue reading "Industry Advisory Council Meeting 2021"

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Seeds Of Tomorrow (SWSG)

Startup Weekend Singapore 2021: Seeds of Tomorrow has officially launched! The world is changing; resources are depleting, sea levels are rising, the polar bears are losing their homes. We are losing culture as the world grows. The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it. But the truth is, … Continue reading "Seeds Of Tomorrow (SWSG)"

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OS Orientation Day (Apr 2021 Intake)

We had lots of fun hosting our new students from April intake at the campus recently to welcome them into our close-knit community. Due to safe distancing measures, we’ve split the group into two, and did an Orientation Challenge with some of our music students. Check it out from our Instagram to view the video. … Continue reading "OS Orientation Day (Apr 2021 Intake)"

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New Single by Hasyir Ibrahim

‘What’d I Do’ is a new single produced by our alumni Hasyir Ibrahim—an aspiring Singer-Songwriter in the local music scene. The song speaks about the struggles of two people confronting their fears and doubts about each other. It’s an epitome of a relationship that is hanging by the thread. Writing alongside Hasyir Ibrahim is Tiara … Continue reading "New Single by Hasyir Ibrahim"

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‘Lonely Shores’ produced by Wovensound

Our lecturer Vinod Dass (also known as producer Wovensound) and rapper Ihasamic! have recently teamed up for a song, featuring upcoming indie artist Jeena, whose ethereal singing style adds a layer of introspection to the track’s overall appeal. The track is written by Ihasamic! in his attempt to “reflect on times where we sometimes like … Continue reading "‘Lonely Shores’ produced by Wovensound"

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IxDD: Solidarity and Transformation

Mark your calendar! Happening on 28 September, the 2021 edition World Interaction Design Day—IxDD—is an annual event where we come together as a united global community to show how interaction design improves the human condition. The event aims to have a positive, long-lasting impact by facilitating activities that support dialogue and outcomes. This year, IxDD … Continue reading "IxDD: Solidarity and Transformation"

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Dru Chen’s New Single ‘Replay’

Our adjunct lecturer Dru Chen has released his latest single, ‘Replay’, written with the help of fellow Singaporean artist Gentle Bones. Dru is an Australian neo-soul singer-songwriter based in Singapore. He shared with NME recently that “Music is no longer confined to genres or even decades. This is a love song for the ages, and it brings … Continue reading "Dru Chen’s New Single ‘Replay’"

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Between the Living and the Archive

𝘽̶𝙚̶𝙩̶𝙬̶𝙚̶𝙚̶𝙣̶ ̶𝙩̶𝙝̶𝙚̶ 𝙇𝙞𝙫𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙖̶𝙣̶𝙙̶ ̶𝙩̶𝙝̶𝙚̶ 𝘼𝙧𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙫𝙚 considers the imprint of knowledge(s) upon our bodies. Whether learnt, inherited or experienced, each artistic presentation demonstrates the physical translation of these knowledge(s) into materiality. The site invites us to contemplate our lived experiences built from these bodily methods of integration. Join our alumni Nur Natasha at the Gillman … Continue reading "Between the Living and the Archive"

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AMR Competition 2021

The Antimicrobial Resistance Coordinating Office (AMRCO), National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID), warmly invites students from Orita Sinclair to take part in the Antimicrobials: Handle With Care Competition 2021.  This competition aims to increase the awareness and understanding of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and the importance of appropriate antimicrobial use. Participants are required to demonstrate their … Continue reading "AMR Competition 2021"

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