Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition 2021 | An All-New Family-Friendly Art Exhibition By Singapore Art Museum



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Looking for a fun activity to do with your little ones over the March holidays or weekends? Check out Hello Future: Connecting People and Nature, the latest exhibition by Singapore Art Museum (SAM) that is suitable for all ages to enjoy!

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Venue: People’s Gallery – at Botany Centre (Tanglin Gate), Nassim Gate Visitor Centre, Botanic Gardens MRT Exit A (Bukit Timah Gate), Singapore Botanic Gardens
Date: 6 Mar to 4 Apr 2021
Time: 5am to 12mn, but best viewed during hours with natural day light
Fee: Free

SAM’s Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition returns for its second edition and will feature nature-inspired artworks created by preschool children.


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Highlighting harmonious connections between people and nature, these artworks also envisioning a future where Singapore’s garden city continues to inspire the imaginations of young and old alike.

In this 2021 edition of Think! Contemporary, SAM partnered with six preschools, including Arts Kidz International, MOE Kindergarten @Oasis, Nobleland Arts N Learning Place @Bishan, Clementi, Punggol and Waterway (Preschool).

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The exhibition is part of SAM’s Think! Contemporary Preschool Programme, and part of the Museum's commitment to nurture an appreciation of contemporary art from a young age by offering engaging educational programmes and bringing art to the classrooms.

Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition 2021 is a great avenue for parents to introduce children to contemporary art while, learn about ecological issues that are affecting the world they're living in, as well as cultivating their creative and collaborative skills.


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Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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