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A Series of Music Videos Taken at National Monuments To Give You The Feels

The National Heritage Board and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre presents the Music at Monuments series, a series of 4 music videos shot at 4 historical National Monuments! From songs waxing lyrical about the moon, to rearrangements of popular festive tunes, Singaporeans can immerse in a visual and auditory experience at our historic National Monuments through an all new Music At Monuments – National Heritage Board x Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (NHB x SCCC) digital music performance series. Showcasing our local talents, these four music videos are produced at the National Monuments, Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM), Goodwood Park Hotel, Jurong Town Hall and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH). Schedule of Release From September till December, videos will be rolled out monthly on NHB and...

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Saturdays@ACM: A Style for Every Story

Learn about traditional outfits and bond with your kids over a hands-on craft activity with Saturdays@ACM this month! Photo credits Asian Civilisations Museum Location: Online Date: 29 Aug – 25 Sep 2020 Hour: All-day Admission: Free Suitable Ages: 5 – 10 years Saturdays@ACM has become much more accessible since going online in May 2020. Not only is it available for a wider audience, but it is also not limited to one day. You’re able to access and benefit from the resources online for about a month! This month, on Saturdays@ACM: A Style for Every Story, you will discover different styles of traditional outfits from the museum’s collection. Download the templates provided and create traditional outfits for a paper doll by...

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Heritage and Culture Light Up the City for Singapore's 55th Birthday

In celebration of National Day, selected national monuments and cultural institutions in the Civic District and Bras Basah.Bugis precinct will be lit up in red and white at night in August. Many of the buildings within the Civic District and Bras Basah.Bugis precinct are significant in the growth of Singapore. They represent the different chapters of Singapore's story and have been integral to nation-building.  Selected national monuments and cultural institutions will be lit up in red and white this August to celebrate National Day. In addition, the National Museum of Singapore will feature a special projection of the National Day 2020 theme: “Together, A Stronger Singapore” in all four official languages and you will find the National Gallery Singapore's facade lit up by rotating projections of 60 artworks...

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#StayHome with Online Activities at The Asian Civilisations Museum

Museums may finally be reopening their physical doors but they have not stopped their digital offerings. If you’re one of those who love looking at pottery from ancient China in your pajamas and uncovering stories of the past without the hassle of traveling, here are some of the Asian Civilisations Museum’s digital offerings to keep you occupied! 1. Saturdays@ACM: A Whole New World Date: 27 Jun – 24 Jul 2020 Hour: Whole day Fare: Free From 27 Jun to 24 Jul 2020, you can continue to access the resources for Saturdays@ASCM: A Whole New World. Travel across Asian and embark on new adventures through Asian folk stories with ACT 3 International’s audio storytelling from the comforts of your home. Find...

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A List of Virtual Events in June 2020 in Singapore

While your favorite attractions and recreational places remain closed during this time, the digital world is buzzing with a myriad of events and activities for families and kids, ranging from the Wan Qing Dumpling Festival 2020 to the Small Big Dreamers Children's Festival! We’ve compiled a list of virtual events happening this June in Singapore that you can continue enjoying from the comforts of your own home! 1. Indian Heritage Centre: From the Coromandel Coast to the Straits Photo credits Indian Heritage Centre Date: Permanent Hour: - Fare: Free Tamil connections with Singapore can be traced as far back as the 11th – 13th centuries CE based on recent interpretations of the Singapore Stone. From the Coromandel Coast to the...

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