Back for its 6th edition, ARTWALK Little India is an annual multi-disciplinary public arts project set in the cultural precinct of Little India. Through artworks such as wall murals, workshops, music and performances, artists bring to life the history and traditions of Little India through a multi-sensory art experience.
This event is proudly presented by LASALLE College of the Arts and Singapore Tourism Board (STB) with the support of the Little India Shopkeepers’ and Heritage Association (LISHA).
Little India remains as one of Singapore’s most vibrant, cultural neighbourhood with an array of events and festivals held throughout the year. A conservation area, Little India is home to many young people and artists choosing to live and work there due to its close proximity to the city.
In its early days, Little India was a residential area to European settlers before the development of cattle trading which saw a number of Indian workers due to its popularity. Since then, it has become a thriving trade and community hub.