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May 2021

Gallery Children’s Biennale 2021

May 22 - December 31

Learning through play : a series of exciting programmes - captivating storytelling sessions, interactive movement exercises, parent-child sound exploration workshops and more. 2021 offers a hybrid exhibition format featuring online and on-site artworks. Every artwork in the Biennale empowers children with a renewed sense of empathy and confidence to engage with the ever-changing world around them.  The range of programmes offered for children and families aim to inspire young minds with artistic experiences that can transform a child’s understanding of the…

June 2021

Virtual Realms : Video Games Transformed

June 10, 2021 - January 9, 2022
Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue 018974 Singapore + Google Map
S$12.00 - S$16.00
ArtScience Museum Website

The Barbican (UK) exhibition Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed premieres at ArtScience Museum, Singapore. This major new multi-sensorial exhibition offers visitors a series of large-scale, immersive installations - interactive works by six of the world’s leading videogame developers, in collaboration with top media design studios. Co-curated by celebrated Japanese videogame designer, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Virtual Realms re-imagines videogames as a 21st century artform. The game developers at the centre of the exhibition are : KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS (DEATH STRANDING) Enhance (Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Rez Infinite…

July 2021


July 10 - September 30
Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue 018974 Singapore + Google Map
S$10.00 - S$14.00
ArtScience Museum

The first Virtual Reality (VR) programme from the ArtScience Museum offers thrilling VR journeys on the self, the environment and the future. See, hear, feel and experience whole new worlds in three virtual reality artworks created by the brilliant minds of groundbreaking artists. Suitable only for children 13 years and older. Olafur Eliasson : Rainbow, 2017 Reach out and touch and shape a rainbow. A meditative, playful experience that allows viewers to enter an immersive environment through handheld controls, Eliasson creates a…

August 2021

Candy Garden

August 7 - December 5
Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
Esplanade Website

Floating popsicle-coloured ceramics invite you to reflect on the notion of perfection, especially as relationships between natural, urban and imagined environments become increasingly complex. Food for thought and discussion. A good way to spend interesting and quality time with a child. Noted Singaporean artist Ahmad Abu Bakar's Candy Garden is an escape into a playful and surreal dreamland. In this installation, ceramics of various sizes and forms were thrown individually and decorated with coloured horizontal lines, with bases of floral motifs and geometrical…


Orchestral Manoeuvres

August 28, 2021 - January 2, 2022
Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue 018974 Singapore + Google Map
S$16.00 - S$19.00
Video still © Nevin Aladağ, VG Bild-Kunst

Orchestral Manoeuvres : See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound brings together 32 composers and contemporary artists from around the world in an exhibition where a viewer tunes in, listens deeply, feels the vibrations and creates his or her own personal soundtrack. The exhibition presents : art objects that make sound musical instruments 'played' differently the absence of sound humans as sound making objects These works of leading contemporary sound artists encourage us to listen more closely to the spaces we live in or…

September 2021

Out of Sight

September 2 - October 14
National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew's Road 178957 Singapore + Google Map

Inspire the kids - participate in innovative public art designed to engage, inspire and empower youth and participants of all ages. OUT OF SIGHT is an interactive, social sculpture by one of the world's top living artists - New York-based Lawrence Weiner. Taking the form of a giant hopscotch court populated with fun and provocative phrases, OUT OF SIGHT invites audiences of all ages to see, play, think and be inspired. This marelle (hopscotch in French) is a curved structure suggesting…


Children’s Festival featuring Art-Zoo Wonder Gardens

September 4 - October 3
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive 018953 Singapore + Google Map
Free & ticketed

Take the kids (best for 4 to 12 year-olds) to Gardens by the Bay, for the special month-long Children's Festival. Giant animal inflatables make their appearances - Bruno Bear, Little Kong and their good friends Cheerful Caterpillar, Radiant Rhino Beetle, Super Speedy Snail, and the Lovely Ladybirds. Pick up a complimentary trail booklet, complete the activities, take home a souvenir. Free. 10.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. Little Critters' Wonder Workshops (Weekends only) @ South Colonnade @ Supertree Grove 10.00 a.m. -…


Glass in Bloom – extended till Oct 3

September 7 - October 3
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive 018953 Singapore + Google Map
Garden in Bloom

Expect adventure and discovery in the magic of a glass artist. Dale Chihuly's blown-glass installations bring nature to life as great blooms of colour and light. 25 large-scale, fragile glass sculptures reimagine the landscapes of Singapore's iconic garden and are installed outdoors, in the cooled conservatories (the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest), the Bayfront Plaza & Dragonfly Lake (public installations), the World of Plants and the Serene Garden. 2021 Chihuly Studio Setting Sun debuts @ Gardens by the Bay. It is composed of red and…


Mid Autumn Festival @ Gardens by the Bay

September 15 - October 3
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive 018953 Singapore + Google Map
Gardens by the Bay

Based on the theme of 'Blessings' (祈福), lantern displays invoke good health and better days ahead. Highlights : Traditionally, people penned wishes on sky lanterns and released them into the skies, hoping for good blessings. Sky Lanterns 'float' up a Supertree against a scenic mountainous backdrop, as a pair of rabbits release one marked with the Chinese character 福 (“fu”) - which means “prosperity”.  Accompanying the rabbits are the symbolic deer and cranes. Legends tell of deer guarding the sacred fungus of…

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