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    [list=1][*] Active X Contest ( Cheerleading)[*] Street Rave Slam Contest ( Dance) [*] Street Phuture Mix Contest (DJ)[*] "Get A Life " Best Street Designer Contest [*] " Get A Life "Best Street Styled Contest [*] Street Mural Painting Contest [*] Street Graffiti Contest[*] Street Character Design Illustration Contest [*] Inline Skaters Challenge [/list=1]

    More information: http://www.singaporestreetfestival.com/

    Giving self-expression to youth. It is powerful language with which the young can define their passion and identify the like-minded, their gangs or peers.

    For example, Japanese pop street culture - the Harajuku kids.

    The street context is important, otherwise the look risks loosing its vitality and authenticity -
    its magic.

    The do-it-yourself approach is another distinctive trait of street culture: contemporary mainstream clothing or secondhand garments are altered, decorated, and customized with 'tribal' insignia. It is a style that also defies gravity: it moves up the generations - daughters to mothers, sons to fathers and amateurs to professionals.

    An important recognition here - it is far from adequate to simply target one message to one ethnic group. There are now cultural melting pots within melting pots, and they are spilling into the overall market.

    Messages to yourh should be different than those aimed at their parents. Likewise, a one-size fits all messaged does not cut it. There is tons of territory; a ton of pride that is individual to different countries.

    • To Cultivate and nurture a healthy Street culture attitude here in Singapore.
    • To take lead and create a unique multicultural street hub in the region and internationally.
    • To provide a platform for our creative teens and youth in street performances and a chance to expose their inspiring creation to the outside world other than in their classroom or in their visual rehearsal venues.
    • To creat an awareness of a cohension union of multicultural aspect, with ' One Vision with One Voice' collaboration between the different government, public and private bodies representation eg. NAC, NYC, ORBA,STB and the general public, students, professionals and others.

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    Some of the events look interesting, anyone going to shoot?

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    Events on 1st June 2002

    • Bad Boys Batucada and Kinemat
    • Argentine Tango
    • Fast Forward
    • Wicked Aura
    • Tinheads
    • Chemistry
    • Fast Forward
    • Belly Dancer
    • Kat & Ho Sisters
    • SuperGals
    • Para Para Dancers
    • Kinemat/Percussionists
    • Inline Skate Performances
    • Skate Board Performances

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    Originally posted by Lennier
    Some of the events look interesting, anyone going to shoot?
    Yes, i'll be shooting there.

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    Well something to shoe that I've been there!

    Hehehhheeee







    Well... what you all think?

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    isn't street culture like for the masses?


    I've always preferred high culture.

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    Originally posted by wildhoney
    isn't street culture like for the masses?


    I've always preferred high culture.
    how high huh?

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    and a few more to go!


    Look at the crowd! And what an outstanding guy


    What a sleek move........



    My my....

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    Originally posted by wildhoney
    isn't street culture like for the masses?


    I've always preferred high culture.
    rather a true to heart culture than a sometimes pretentious one, don't u think?
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    rather a true to heart culture than a sometimes pretentious one, don't u think?
    true to heart only if you can identify with it.

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    Originally posted by wildhoney


    true to heart only if you can identify with it.
    What is your purpose here of talking rocks in this thread?

    This is Photo Events, NOT Banal Talk.

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    Street Festival Program on Saturday , June 08 2002

    Stage A

    • 2pm: Static Fashion Mannequin at Front Vistage - Mediacorp & Heeren
    • 4pm: J-Pop Band - Heeren & Radio 96.3FM
    • 7.40pm: Sun with Love (Autography siging with Ho Yeow-Sun)
    • 8.15pm: Get a Life Street Fashion Parade with City Harvest Dancers
    • 8.45pm: Cat & H3O Sisters - Singers
    • 9.30pm: Supergirls - Singers

    Stage B
    • 5pm: Belly Dancing - Desert Rhythm
    • 6pm: Featuring Shayn, Joe, Corrine & Aubrey - Music & Movement
    • 6.30pm: Get a Life Street Fashion Parade with Girl Asylum - 77th Street & Fila
    • 9pm: Rave Slam (Dance Semi Finalists Rehearsal - 77th Street


    Stage D
    • 6.15pm: Jue Be - Acappella
    • 7.15pm: Argentine Tango - Argentine Tango Society
    • 8.15pm: Get a Life Street Fashion Parade Lifestyle- 77th Street & Fila
    • 9.15pm: Shimona - Singer


    Area E
    • 2pm: Inline Skate Challenge - Qualifying and Semi Final - Go Sport

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    Street Festival Program on Sunday , June 09 2002

    Stage A

    • 3.00pm: Musical in Love - Sean Cheong & Friends
    • 4.00pm: Blue Grassy Knoll (Australia) - Arts On the Move
    • 5.00pm: LoopPool - Shirlyn & Friends
    • 5:30pm: Street Fiesta Finale - Arts On the Move
    • 7.00pm: Acoustic Room - Band Group
    • 8.00pm: Ezan & Farhan - Singer
    • Phuture Mix Semi Finalists (Rehearsals) - Fila/Pioneer Pro DJ/Kinemat


    Stage B

    • 5.30pm: Para Para Dance - PPSG
    • 6.30pm: Get A Life Best Street Styled Photography Session - 77th Street
    • 7.30pm: Girl Asylum - Female Breakdancer
    • 8.30pm: Flatland Stunt Bicycle - Go Sports


    Stage D

    • 6.15pm: Roundbox - Children Society
    • 7.15pm: Radioheatwave - Ngee Ann Polytechnic
    • 8.15pm: Brake Fluid - Band Group
    • 9.00pm: Street Graffiti Finalist Presentation - Organisers


    Area E

    • 2.00pm: Skate Board Challenge (Qualifying and Semi Final) - Go Sports

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