After showing the kids around the other exhibits at the National Gallery Singapore, let them continue exploring their creativity at the Keppel Centre for Art Education. The concept here is simple: to stimulate children’s curiosity and imagination through – what else – art.
The centre is divided into several zones, including a museum and workshop. But the highlight is the newly-refreshed Art Playscape and Ink Studio: in it, My INK-credible Adventure by Yeo Shih Yun, with playful kinetic zones where children can learn about gestures, movement and spontaneity through play.
Besides the permanent installations, the Keppel Centre for Art Education regularly hosts programmes, from storytelling sessions to craft workshops to kid-friendly discussions on art. Check out National Gallery Singapore's website for more info.