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Title: 
Music ethnography of Singapore's art spaces
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Keywords: 
Art spaces
Singapore
Music communities
Local
Issue Date: 
2017
Citation: 
Chia, C. J. H. (2017). Music ethnography of Singapore's art spaces. Unpublished manuscript, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: 
The term 'art space' suggests a physical space that portrays an architectural structure and infrastructure that would cater for musicians and artists to create, work and portray their craft. Many iconic art spaces in Singapore such as the Esplanade Theatre has fulfilled that purpose and have even added to the overall Arts Landscape of Singapore. However, beyond its physical purposes, there needs to be an emphasis that art spaces also provide a social environment for music and art communities to interact with the public especially from our local artists and the community of Singaporeans. The research would focus on the exploration of pre-assigned and public art spaces located within Singapore's own suburban neighbourhood areas that showcase how local music communities and groups make use of them for their music-making purposes to connect and interact with the communities of Singapore. This research is explored using videography as the main empirical research process and presented with an ethnographic documentary as the final product.
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