1. Ramadan Together
Photo credits National Heritage Board
Date: 24 May 2020
Hour: 10 am – 6 pm
This Ramadan is unlike any other but that doesn’t make it any less special. National Heritage Board together with Malay Heritage Centre has organized a series of online events so that everyone can #RamadanTogether. Celebrate Hari Raya on 24 May 2020 with Concert Together, featuring surprise celebrity musicians, who will be performing well-loved Hari Raya tunes as well as their original hits!
2. NMS - #MuseumFromHome: Get Curious!
Photo credits National Museum of Singapore
Date: 15 May – 10 Jul 2020
The National Museum of Singapore has moved online, bringing you #MuseumFromHome: Get Curious! Aimed at families with children from ages 1 to 10 years, they offer craft activities, resources, and programs that will be released at 10 am every Friday. You can expect an array of nursery rhymes, coloring sheets, and tutorials for making your own toys.
You can also download the Early Learning Resources, a set of three colorful booklets that introduces preschoolers to the museum’s artefacts according to themes, for free. It usually retails at $8 per set.
3. SAM - #MuseumFromHome
Photo credits Singapore Art Museum
With the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) also joining the global #MuseumFromHome movement, you can now explore their art and programs from home. You can look forward to free online resources, virtual tours, craft activities, and throwbacks to the museum’s past art events. Additionally, you can also explore a selection of artworks from SAM’s permanent collection and virtually visit their exhibitions on Google Arts and Culture.
4. ArtScience at Home
Photo credits ArtScience Museum
ArtScience at Home offers a line-up of virtual tours, workshops, talks, screenings, performances, and more. You can find out about the museum’s iconic structure, make your own paper beads, and go along on a virtual tour of their exhibits, among others. Keep updated on what’s happening on their website or Facebook page.
5. The Artground - #HomewithTAG
Photo credits The Artground
The Artground’s #HomewithTAG is where you can find a trove of fun and creative ideas contributed by local artists aimed at little ones. They can keep busy making puppets, playing games, coloring, making their own dried flowers, playing sensory board, and much more with the collection of activities.
While the resources are completely free, donations are welcome so that they can continue supporting their community of local artists.