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Welcome to the 10th anniversary of the Flying Circus Project (FCP) – ‘seeing with foreign eyes’. For the first time, the FCP will see Asian artists interacting with artists from Europe and the Arab world. Come to the thinking person’s arts festival. This year, the FCP opens its doors to audiences, art students, and artists by increasing the public events of this well-known artist workshop. In the continuing tradition of the FCP, all events are free.
The focus for the fifth FCP includes literary arts, philosophy and visual art. Over 50 participants, mostly artists, thinkers and cultural workers, will gather in Singapore for two weeks to meet and dialogue. This sharing of practice will involve performances, talks, conversations, discussions, exhibitions and screenings.
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