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    Sports Hub Community Play Day - Water Festival - Photos

    Sports Hub Community Play Day - Water Festival - Photos

    Expect a splashing good time at the Sports Hub Community Play Day this coming 10 and 11 March, with our wide array of water-related activities for the family. The quarterly event is geared towards encouraging active and healthy lifestyles through family-friendly activities. The previous seven editions drew more than 100,000 attendees. This edition promises to up the ante with key highlights such as Dragon Boat races, a one-of-a-kind water bottle workout, and a water-themed playground!
    Sunday on the Hill - Photos

    Sunday on the Hill - Photos

    Held on the first Sunday of every month, Sunday on the Hill is a laid-back daytime get-together in the gardens of Emily Hill. Sign up to the Sideshow Newsletter at www.sideshow.sg for updates, and stay tuned to the Facebook event page for details of the next edition!
    Madame Marvel: Marvel Super Heroes 4D opens at Madame Tussauds Singapore

    Madame Marvel: Marvel Super Heroes 4D opens at Madame Tussauds Singapore

    inSing checks out the shiny new additions to the wax museum
    LIST OF SINGAPORE EVENTS
    Feb 2018

    prep-room | BUAYA: The Making Of A Non-Myth

    Oct 5, 2017 - May 19, 2018
    FREE

    Buaya: The Making of a Non-Myth is an evolving body of works around ideas on the saltwater crocodile in Singapore. This edition continues Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum conservator Kate Pocklington's ongoing research around present and historic records of this reptile's population and circulation in the human habitat of Singapore. Image: Buaya Stones 54-69 | Rochor - Kallang, Kate Pocklington, 2017.

    Free

    “Always Moving”: The Batik Art of Sarkasi Said

    Sep 22, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
    FREE

    An exhibition of batik works by Sarkasi Said from the 1990s to the present, this exhibition follows the personal development of Sarkasi’s style and traces the history of his practice, from his days as itinerant street artist, to becoming a prominent batik artist. Eleven works are included in the exhibition, collectively demonstrating shifting interests from discipline to the expressive, from allusions to tradition and nature to the imagined space, in his words, “… always moving”.

    Free

    “Who Wants to Remember a War?” War Drawings and Posters from the Ambassador Dato’ N. Parameswaran Collection

    Jul 1, 2016 - Jul 7, 2018
    FREE

    This exhibition of art works produced during the period of the Indochinese and Vietnam Wars (1945-1975) draws from the one of the largest privately held collections of the genre. The works were collected by Dato’ N. Parameswaran during his appointment as Ambassador of Malaysia to Vietnam, stationed in Hanoi, between 1990 – 1993. These were the middle years of Doi Moi, the period of Vietnamese economic reforms begun in 1986 that aimed at bringing about socialist market liberalisation.

    Free
    Mar 2018

    Lee Kong Chian Chinese Art Collection

    Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2018
    FREE

    The Chinese Art collection consists of bronzes, ceramics and paintings, gathered to represent the expansive history of Chinese art. The nucleus of this collection was established and developed at the Nanyang University in the 1970s with significant expansion in the 1980s under the newly inaugurated National University of Singapore (NUS).

    Free

    Archaeology Library

    Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2018
    FREE

    Bringing together finds from past and newer excavations from Fort Canning (Singapore) to Changsha (China), these finds from the pre-colonial and colonial periods sample the materials produced and used in Singapore and beyond. Further, as part of an evolving body of artefacts, they provide a glimpse into the dynamics between material culture and history, and its making.

    Free

    Radio Malaya: Abridged Conversations About Art

    Jan 17, 2017 - Dec 31, 2018
    FREE

    As a backdrop to the evolving discussion on Malayan culture which Hsu was part of, the exhibition introduces selected writings by T.K. Sabapathy and S. Rajaratnam, the former pertains to Southeast Asian art historiography, and the latter as a call for a cultural history that forms part of a shaping of community and nation. These frames provide ways to consider the Museum’s collection whose collecting histories may be associated with Malaya’s period of formation and art history.

    Free