Traditionally known as WKWSCI’s Happy Hour where alumni and final year students come together to mingle, this year’s annual gathering is taking it up a notch for the school’s 25th Anniversary.
Held at Mandarin Oriental, WeeHangout is a night for seniors and alumni to meet up and indulge in dinner and drinks.
Look out for a sumptuous buffet, free-flow drinks, fringe activities such as a digital caricature, jazz performances, a magic show and the chance to reconnect with old friends and faculty members.
Registration for WeeHangout @ Happy Hour has officially closed.
When: 25-27 August 2017
Where: National Museum of Singapore
Chinese Film Market and Asian Cinema is a joint conference between the Nanyang Technological University and King’s College London. The conference is a pioneering academic event and film reception in response to the emergence of the Chinese film industry. Through a series of talks and presentations, the conference seeks to provide a deeper understanding of the transformations of the regional film industry practices.
In tandem with the academic presentations, a significant number of key industry professionals – filmmakers, producers, studio executives, and journalists hailing from all over the world will also be participating. Look forward to an eclectic mix of industry experts coming together to make the conference more accessible, impactful and contemporaneous for the audience.
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Free for Alumni Members
WKW Engage is a student-led initiative that aims to connect WKW students, alumni and industry practitioners to share knowledge and expertise. After a successful run of events in the first year, from excursions to leading PR firms, speaking engagements from advertising and digital agencies such as TBWA and Ogilvy PR, the platform is looking to ramp up the industry networking events and conferences for the coming year.
This year, the WKW Engage Conference is an anchor event where guests and alumni from various agencies and brands will come together to share insights into how they leverage digital platforms to reach out to their audience.
There will also be an Industry Mixer in the evening for alumni members to strengthen their professional relations and expand their network.
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When: TBC – most likely in October
The Perspectives Film Festival is back for its 10th edition this year. This annual student-run film festival started in 2008 and has grown to become an essential offering in the arts calendar in Singapore. This year, Perspectives promises to be in its biggest iteration yet.
The team has expanded the development and planning over two semesters and is in the process of planning numerous tie-ins and auxiliary events to celebrate the festival’s 10th anniversary. The theme, dates and events will be announced later this year. Stay tuned for more updates!
When: 3 November 2017
Where: National Gallery Singapore
In celebration of the school’s achievements and notable alumni, the WKWSCI 25th Anniversary Alumni Recognition dinner aims to provide a platform for alumni to network and reconnect with one another. Held on the 3rd of November, this reception will honour and highlight the achievements of our alumni members with the inaugural Wee Kim Wee School Impact Award.
In honour of the school’s alumni and partners for their contributions, the school will also unveil the new Wee Kim Wee School Alumni Board members with a special celebration dinner.
This event is by invite only.