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Light to Night Festival 2020 | Light Installations & Food Street for Families

Location:  Various Venues at the Civic DistrictDate: 10 - 19 Jan 2019Opening Hours: 10 am - 12 am Admission: Free, unless otherwise stated The marquee event of the Singapore Art Festival is back for 2 weeks in January 2020! The fourth edition of the festival is themed Invisible Cities, and will be celebrated across the Civic District's most iconic cultural institutes: National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House, Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall and Esplanade–Theatres on the Bay. Let's take a look at what awaits young families at the festival!  Light Projects: City States of Mind Witness the monuments at the Civic District light up with spectacular light projections every night! The popular Art Skins on Monument is back, and here are a couple of prominent...

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Saturdays@ACM: Young, Wild and Free | An Early Children’s Day Celebration

Location: Asian Civilisations Museum Date: 28 Sept 2019 Hour: 1 pm – 5 pm Admission: Free What is happening? Children’s Day is on 4 Oct 2019, which is next week, but no one said you can’t start celebrating early. Make a start on your celebrations by joining in the Children’s Day celebration at Asian Civilisations Museum this Saturday! Little ones will get to engage in an interactive drama performance of folktales from Indonesia and Myanmar, as well as get creative with hands-on craft activities! When & Where is it happening? 28 Sept 2019, Saturday, from 1 pm to 5 pm Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555 For more information, click here. Photo credits Asian Civilisations Museum  

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Kids Activities @ ACM this Weekend | Drop It Like It's Haute | Season of Chinese Art

Location:  Asian Civilisations MuseumDate and Time: 26 July (6pm - 10pm) | 27 July (12pm - 10pm)Admission: FREE; $6 into Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Culture Strut your way into the museum for a stylish weekend of Instagram-worthy moments, film screenings, creative workshops, shopping, and more fun! Be inspired by the world of maximalist fashion, and bring home a little fantasy and magic – one weekend only! Here's a couple of kids friendly activities happening that may be of interest to you!  Project Dream Weavers: Fashion Runway Show Sat, 2pmACM Level 2, Shaw Foyer Come and support children of all abilities in this fashion show where they strut down the runway in their creations, inspired by ACM's Guo Pei: Chinese Art & Couture exhibition, made...

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ACT3i Festival for Children 2019 Presents: Immersive And Sensorial Theatre Shows For The Young (And Old) To Enjoy!

Photo credit: ACT 3 International Location: Asian Civilisations Museum Date: 1 to 9 June 2019 Admission: Admission fees apply Age Range: 4 months to 8 years old Back by popular demand, Singapore's leading Arts company for the young, ACT 3 International is proud to announce the return of the third instalment of ACT3i Festival for Children this June school holiday. This year’s festival line-up will feature five original theatre productions (from South Africa, England, and Argentina), as well as a performance workshop that have been specially curated for children from age four months to eight years old. For more information and regular updates, visit 1. Theatre Performances Babah (South Africa) Date: 5 to 9 Jun 2019 Hour: 10am, 11am & 4.30pm (Duration: 30 minutes) Age...

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Family-Friendly Events Happening at the Museums!

Explore the museums of Singapore this January and February, and participate in a great variety of fun and exciting activities that the whole family can enjoy together.   1. "Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman" Photo Credit: National Heritage Board Location: Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) Date: 1 Feb to 28 Apr 2019 Hour: 10.00am to 7.00pm Admission: Admission fees applicable Who really was Sir Stamford Raffles? Head down to the ACM this February to find out more about this British statesman who was best known for his founding of Singapore (and the British Malaya) in this special exhibition of “Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman”. A collaborative work between the British Museum and the ACM to mark Singapore’s...

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