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The best things to do this weekend (Oct 29-31)

Make the most of your weekend with our top picks of things to do, see and more

Cheryl Sekkappan
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Time Out Singapore editors
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Cheryl Sekkappan
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It's the Halloween weekend! While celebrations remain a muted affair, there are still spooky happenings around town for those who want to let their hair down a bit. Whether it's all-out screams or more light-hearted family affairs you're after, there's something for everyone. Take your pick from these exciting events this week, including craft-driven Halloween events, thrilling escape rooms and a special trip to hell. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Raffles Place

Say ‘bello’ to the adorable Minions

The widely popular Minions are hitting up Clarke Quay in a themed pop-up café from October 28 to January 2. Look foward to a range of brightly-hued treats that will put a smile on your face. The picture-perfect menu includes Minion-themed Japanese favourites such as a wagyu lunch plate ($28), as well as locally influenced meals, like prawn noodles ($22) lavished with scallop and clams. Indulge your sweet tooth with the too-cute banana boat ($18), and end your trip with a pit-stop at the merchandise store to pick up exclusive items that can otherwise only be found in the Japan outlet

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  • Kent Ridge

Travel to hell and back 

The wait is over – Hell's Museum, a brand new exhibition at Haw Par Villa, is opening to the public on October 29 and promising a thought-provoking deep dive into death and the afterlife. The new Hell's Museum features immersive multimedia showcases and informative boards detailing Asian perspectives on death and the afterlife. These serve as a rich backgrounder on the philosophies, ideas and practices that underpin Haw Par Villa's infamous Ten Courts of Hell, also the centrepiece of the new Hell's Museum. 

All this contemplation of death inevitably makes one contemplate life. To help us start our journey towards a more meaningful life, Haw Par Villa has put together some cool cultural activities from October 29 to 31. Head down to try out Chinese ink painting and tea appreciation, get your Qi flowing with a Wu Tai dance workshop, address your subconscious habits and fears in a hypnotherapy session, and many more over the three days. Glad to go to hell with Haw Par Villa? Check out the full list of weekend fun at Haw Par Villa and sign up at the park's official Peatix page. 

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  • Things to do
  • Jurong West

Make some dreadful discoveries

For the first time, Singapore Discovery Centre is getting in on the Halloween fun with Harrowing Halloween. Running on select dates from October 29 to November 13, the event features escape rooms, after dark tours, Instagram-worthy light exhibits alongside light-hearted workshops and games for the faint of heart.

Highlights include the Get Out! Haunted House, a harrowing escape room featuring haunted experiment labs, mirror mazes and tortured souls. You can also discover Singapore's dark heritage and paranormal oddities on a night tour, or snuggle up over a spine-tingling horror flick. When the scaries get too much, take a break at two beautiful light installations, Lights on the Lake or the Chill Out Zone, and some fun craft workshops.

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  • Raffles Place

Some family-friendly Halloween fun

Take your kids along to a family-friendly Halloween at Crane. It's craft workshops and activities galore: there are kids’ face-painting sessions, Art Jam colouring classes, and Halloween-themed cookie decorating workshops to keep the little ones occupied. Adults can have their fun at separately-ticketed events too. Participate in Height & Sick – a class hide and seek game in a brutalist building that formerly housed Nan Chiau Girls' School in the 1940s (that sounds creepy already). Alternatively, you can tune in to a live podcast on the Red Dot Diva Facebook page. Hosted by Meihan Boey, Elise Shick and Kael Molo, the trio will tell spooky stories about momoks, orang minyaks and other spirits known to Southeast Asians. Purchase your tickets here and get ready for a spooky good time. 

 

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  • Theatre
  • City Hall

Support the arts 

Pandemic restrictions have gutted the arts industry, and there's no time like the present to show some support if you. This year, bring your friends and family to catch Don't Call Him Mr. Mari Kita, which Wild Rice is leveraging as a critical fundraiser to keep afloat. The play celebrates the life and legacy of Zubir Said, best known as the composer of our National Anthem.

Donation packages range from $500 to $10,00 for 2, 5 or 10 seats. Reserve your seats at wildrice.com.sg or reach out to Wild Rice via Whatsapp and email.   

 

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There's nothing scarier than reality sometimes. While not an expressly Halloween-themed event, the fourth edition of Night at the Library will have your confronting the uncertainties of life and the horrors that keep us awake at night. This year, the National Library Board has invited writers with a penchant for the supernatural alongside professionals who deal with mortality in their everyday jobs to have difficult conversations about anything from Singapore's disappearing cemeteries, urban legends, funeral planning and end of life care. 

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  • Orchard

If you like pairing your scrambled eggs with a glass of champagne, head over to Eggslut this weekend to enjoy your favourite sandwich with a glass of bubbly Veuve Clicquot. From October 29 to 31, Eggslut will be offering its delicious sandwiches with a glass of Yellow Label ($18). The egg-centric dishes include the Fairfax sandwich, packed with caramelised onions, cheddar cheese and scrambled eggs in between the fluffy brioche bun – a perfect complement to Yellow Label’s green citrus notes. For a meaty good time, opt for the Gaucho option that sees wagyu steak served alongside sunny side up, arugula, red onions and topped with chimichurri sauce, which combine to bring out the Yellow Label’s lively character.

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  • City Hall

Happening from now till November 2, the Embassy of Mexico has teamed up with the National Museum of Singapore to put together a free exhibition to spotlight Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead), a widespread Mexican holiday that falls on 1 and 2 November each year. This year's edition is dedicated to the great Aztec empire and will be an opportunity to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the foundation of Mexico-Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztecs, and the 500th anniversary of its fall in 1521. Expect two main elements at the exhibition: a 360-degrees pyramid and market display – each set up to represent important sites and symbols of Aztec civilisation. 

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  • Film events
  • Raffles Place

Dive into the world of alternative cinema with Perspectives Film Festival. The student-led event returns with more thought-provoking indie titles and lesser-known gems for its 14th edition. Running from October 21 to 31, these movies can be enjoyed from the comfort of your home oThe Projector Plus. This year's lineup features nine international films, including two Asian premieres, under the theme of 'What the...?!'. Expect to be bewildered, touched and amazed by these experimental films – ranging from the Cannes award-winning romantic musical Annette, the tender sci-fi Strawberry Mansion, and a raw, magical realist film Tigers Are Not Afraid. Get more information about the exciting full lineup – and tickets – at perspectivesfilmfestival.com. 

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  • Quirky events
  • City Hall

This Halloween season, head to SuperPark Singapore for the most frightening night of your life. Over six nights from October 22 to October 31, the nation's largest indoor activity park becomes the spookiest town, based on the historical spinoff of the British Occupation in Singapore. It features three hair-raising scare zones: the spooky Devil's Bend, Haunted Playground, and the Horror Maze. SuperSpook's terrifying scare zones will highlight the most familiar phobias known to all: confined spaces, zombies, and clowns. 

  • Attractions
  • Parks and gardens
  • Marina Bay

It's been two long years since we got to enjoy the popular Tulipmania showcase at Gardens by the Bay's Flower Dome. Now it's back as Tulipmania – Its Wild Origins, with a special focus on the tulips' start as wild flowers in the mountains of Central Asia. Expect a good dose of Kazakhstan flavour through culturally inspired installations, including a cross-section of a yurt as the centrepiece to the exhibition, and tulip varieties similar to those that grew in the foothills of Tien Shan.  You can also catch the show online, where videos of the flowers will be released progressively on the Gardens by the Bay Facebook page and website starting from October 7. 

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  • Film
  • Kallang

The 25th German Film Festival is back again this year with nine theatrical screenings at The Projector, as well as digital viewings of three films on The Projector Plus. From October 21 to November 7, catch the likes of When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit and Berlin Alexanderplatz, both award-winning films about self-discovery and determination when faced in distressing circumstances. Another highlight is Undine, a dark reimagining of the mythological figure of Undine, a water nymph that can only become human when she falls in love with a mortal man. 

 

 

 

  • Art
  • Painting
  • City Hall

If you're in need of some quiet contemplation, head down to Pan Pacific Singapore's Public Art Space on level 2 of the hotel to take in the paintings and prints of artist Tsuyumi Miwa. Titled Fleeting Moments, this exhibition from October 16 to January 31 seeks to evoke thoughts and memories of its audience through moments captured from everyday life. Over two weekends in October, you'll also get the chance to meet the artist – to complement the hotel's signature Japanese-inspired afternoon tea, Miwa will be live calligraphing patrons' names in Japanese on a card featuring one of her works. 

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  • Games and hobbies
  • Raffles Place

The Singapore Games Week (SGW) 2021 is a showcase and celebration of Singapore's vibrant games industries and its communities. In this debut edition, join the SGW Virtual Village from October 11 to 31 – an online world where you can meet the local gaming community, check out screenings, watch gamescom asia STUDIO live and even start a treasure hunt that continues across real and virtual worlds. Those who want to uncover hidden gaming-related talents can also take part in hybrid workshops which cover niches like painting miniatures, game design and tabletop RPGs. 

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Taking over a new project space, 136 Goethe Lab, is Soft Realities. It's a site-specific, multimedia installation featuring installation artist and architect Fiona Tan, inter-disciplinary artist and designer Finbarr Fallon, and media artist Ong Kian Peng. The exhibition showcases building materials, light, video and sound elements assembled intuitively in response to the space and its surrounding environment.

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  • Festivals
  • Raffles Place

The biennial Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) is back this year with the SGF Hort Show with a slew of exciting virtual and in-person events. From October 9 to 31, flower and garden enthusiasts can catch rare and beautiful orchids and show plants at the Horticultural Competition and Orchid Competition displays, held at the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Jurong Lake Gardens. Other competitions include the Bonsai Competition, Nano Tank Aquascaping Competition, Balcony Competition and more. Those who prefer to stay at home can also catch a range of online activities throughout the month, including Facebook Live sessions, Zoom webinars and videos on gardening, floral arrangement, aquascaping and more. 

 

 

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  • Quirky events
  • Raffles Place

Get drawn into the eerie halls of Old Changi Hospital to piece together physical evidence and puzzles to solve a chilling murder mystery. Through 360 video footage, flashbacks, and an interactive choose-your-own-adventure format, Murder at Old Changi Hospital is just the virtual escape room activity to dial up the horror this Halloween. Written by award-winning playwright Chong Tze Chien, Murder at Old Changi Hospital invites you to take on the role of paranormal investigators to uncover the events leading up to the alleged murder of a young canteen worker, Farah Aiyah (played by Munah Bagharib) and the disappearance of four Commandos associated with the victim in 1996. Distant cries continue to echo in the abandoned hospital, setting the scene for this augmented reality (AR) and spatial audio surround sound enhanced nightmare.

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  • Things to do
  • Rochor

This Deepavali, the Indian Heritage Centre (IHC) opens its doors once again with Welcoming Light, presenting a variety of cultural activities and a mini light-up installation to mark the occasion. From now till November 14, visit IHC to check out a mini replica of the street light-up along Campbell Lane and a line-up of free drop-in activities and workshops. Learn how to craft paper lamps, create intricate rangoli and kolam designs, and put together colourful paper garlands. Take in the sights and sounds of Little India as it works up a buzz during Deepavali too, with a 15-minute trishaw trail around the precinct. 

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  • Quirky events
  • Rochor

They say don't play with your food but at this instant-noodle wonderland, that's exactly what you should be doing. Slurping Good! is a whimsical themed experience playground brought to you by Invade (the same people behind Eatbox) which features thirteen interactive zones over two storeys dedicated to the ultimate comfort food: instant noodles. 

Explore the vibrant and aesthetically pleasing interactive rooms where you will discover murals, installations, games – and even an indoor slide for both adults and kids – revolving around the ingredients that make instant noodles so good – like egg, meat, seafood, veggies, and even cheese. Some highlights include the 1.7-metre-tall instant noodle cup installation which warrants a pic or two. The installation is in collaboration with instant noodle powerhouse Nissin themselves and in that room, visitors can get creative and share their dream Cup Noodles flavour. 

It's not just photos and a sudden appetite for instant noodles you will be leaving with. All visitors will receive a complimentary tote bag containing a Slurping Good! retail voucher that can be at the merch store, an F&B voucher that can be used at the Soul Good Noodle Bar located in Eatbox, a pack of Nissin instant noodles as well as an instant noodle claw machine tokens to try your luck. The exhibition runs daily from 10am to 10pm until January 22, 2022.

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  • Art

The pandemic has got us more than a little stressed. How do we face these difficult times and emerge stronger at the end of it? ThisConnect: What Am I, If I Am Not grapples with these questions and more. From now till October 31 during World Mental Health Month, and in conjunction with the Beyond the Label Festival, local social artist duo Hunny and Lummy will be showcasing five multidisciplinary fine art pieces at 39A Duxton Hill. Masks of Singapore, No Mud No Lotus, How Much Enough Is Enough, What Is My Truest Self, and Trauma Expression Series explore our relationship with our physical, emotional and mental selves, aiming to expose higher truths and foster greater connection and harmony. 

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  • Film events
  • Marina Bay

ArtScience on Screen is back this October. This time, ArtScience Museum presents a curated programme of films in conjunction with the Singapore Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia. The films are selected as a love letter to cities, celebrating its urban spirit, textures, its people, and how we can all build a more inclusive world. Catch seven feature films and three short films ranging from film festival picks, cult classic and verité-style documentaries. These include Roy Andersson's About Endlessness (2019) and the Southeast Asian premieres of 종착역 (Short Vacation) (2020), Taming The Garden (2021), Moriyama-San (2017). Additionally, three short films will also be screened together as part of Textures Of The City (Shorts): Flags & Debris (2020), Architectural Desires (2016), Membrane (2020). 

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  • Art
  • Raffles Place

Whether you're a budding architect or simply fascinated by buildings, Archifest shines a light on the world of architecture – this year with over 100 immersive programmes spread out across the island and online. Organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA), the annual festival gathers architects and enthusiasts from all over the world, including Singapore, to discover and celebrate design in our everyday lives. Themed 'Evidence Design', Archifest invites all to delve deeper into built environment through five key lenses: arts and culture, community and inclusivity, environment and sustainability, history and heritage, and technology and methods. Happening from October 1 to 31, the programme this year will feature virtual exhibitions, film premieres, outdoor tours, workshops and exciting forums on topics as diverse as urban self-sufficiency and even fengshui. 

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  • Sentosa

Horror junkies, brace yourselves for Universal Studios Singapore's (USS) Halloween Horror Nights, which is back after taking a year off in 2020. This time, instead of the usual haunted houses and scare zones, get ready for a spooky behind-the-scenes look at the past nine years of the annual scare-fest, go trick-or-treating about the park, or indulge in jump scares and ghastly meals after dark. Running from now till November 7, Halloween Horror Nights will showcase what it takes to put together this award-winning showcase. Told through terrifying displays, gruesome props, deadly facts and a line-up of the scare night's scariest icons, this exhibition is still not for the faint of heart – USS warns that it may be too intense for those under 16. 

 

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  • Art
  • Photography
  • Rochor

Art exhibitions by international names may have been postponed since the pandemic, but the spotlight has shifted to emerging local artists – and we're living for it. A new exhibition will open at Objectifs, and it features explorations into intimate spaces by four image-based artists from Singapore. Marvel at works by emerging artists Dylan Chan, Fitri Ya'akob, Masuri Mazlan and Vimal Kumar at With You Here Between: Defamiliarizations. They depict photography in different, more experiential ways, and touch on themes ranging from queer identity and the body, to spirituality and ecology, to yearning for home, and family. A common thread is how their works celebrate living and thriving in the margins. 

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  • Festivals
  • Raffles Place

If there's one thing that the pandemic has brought to light, it's the need for us to build a more sustainable future. STEAM education – consisting of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics – are increasingly seen as essential subjects to help kids of today master the challenges of tomorrow. If that sounds a little dull, then Science Centre Singapore is back with UNTAME, a 3-month-long festival that aims to bring STEAM topics alive through engaging games, activities, exhibitions and tours in both physical and digital formats. 

Running from now till December 5, UNTAME: Rebooting the World takes inspiration from the reset that the pandemic has triggered. The first phase, UNTAME STEAM Festival, brings together a slew of educational and sensorial activities for children to explore ways to build a more sustainable future. Expect trips to intertidal zones, art and craft workshops, fun programming activities and more at this onsite festival.

For those who prefer online activities, tune in to UNTAME Online from October 29 to December 5. Enter a dystopian digital world, ruined by mankind's unsustainable practices. Form the perfect duo with your child as your embark on a series of missions across six habitats to restore the environment – picking up lifelong habits about conscious consumption along the way. 

UNTAME Day takes you to Singapore Science Centre – and it actually takes place over a week. Running from November 20 to 28, this phase includes 10 fun hands-on activities and a Farmer's Market. Participate in sustainability-themed activities to turn trash into treasure, or contribute to the Centre's CAPtivate – a project to form Singapore's largest bottle cap wall mural. 

Finally, UNTAME is reaching out to all night explorers with After Dark. The Centre will be extending its opening hours to 10.30pm from December 3 to 5 only, so you can experience some of its most iconic installations – think Phobia2: The Science of Fear, and more – come to life after dark. There will also be a special Dazzling Light Installation, a project done in collaboration with Very Small Exhibition, that will mesmerise with its riot of lights and colours. 

There's no time like now to get your children dreaming about a better future, and to get them excited about STEAM subjects. For the full list of exciting events, visit science.edu.sg.

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  • Art
  • Arts centres
  • Raffles Place

It's a new beginning for The Substation, after moving out of their iconic Armenian Street digs earlier this year. This contemporary arts centre is back with SeptFest 2021 (the second one this year) – this time in a completely digital format. Running from now till October 31, the festival is happening in two parts. This month, revisit SeptFest 2020 through four full-length documentation videos of previously showcased multidisciplinary performances. In October, we delve deep into this SeptFest's theme of Alternative Voice(s) through intimate Sunday Morning Conversations with selected artists on Facebook Live, who will talk about their challenges and accomplishments with supporting alternative voices in the community. 

 

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  • Sentosa

Horror junkies, brace yourselves for Universal Studios Singapore's (USS) Halloween Horror Nights, which is back after taking a year off in 2020. This time, instead of the usual haunted houses and scare zones, get ready for a spooky behind-the-scenes look at the past nine years of the annual scare-fest, go trick-or-treating about the park, or indulge in jump scares and ghastly meals after dark.

Running from now till November 7, Halloween Horror Nights has been refashioned as an exhibition. Learn about what it takes to put together this award-winning showcase. Told through terrifying displays, gruesome props, deadly facts and a line-up of the scare night's scariest icons, this exhibition is still not for the faint of heart – USS warns that it may be too intense for those under 16. 

For something a little sweeter (and less lightly to give you the chills), embark on Trick or Thrills, a trick-or-treating adventure down the freshly returned Trail of Treats at USS. Collect delectable confectioneries from Candy Ambassadors and meet Illumination's Wolfman Minion as well as other Minion Monsters along the way. Don't miss out on the new Minion Monsters Bites food cart with Minions-inspired sweet treats, and a Halloween meet-and-greet with the characters of Sesame Street, Kung Fu Panda and more. 

As day turns to night, the monsters emerge from the fog at Universal Monsters Scream Alley. On Friday and Saturdays especially, keep your eyes peeled for The Wolfman, Dracula, Frankenstein and his bride. Guests can also dine with the dead – so to speak – at DIEning With The Dead, a special three or four-course gourmet meal complete with drinks and a side of the ghastly. 

Ready for the chills and fun at USS this Halloween? Get more information and your tickets (from $69) at rwsentosa.com

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  • Art
  • Outdoor art
  • Marine Parade

'Complex, messy, raw' – that's the Jalan Besar that you're invited to explore on this mini art walk with OH! Open House. During the 90 minute tour, enter the world of transient workers, sunset trades and disappearing clans with artists as your guide. Their works are scattered across the neighbourhood in secret places and trade shops, each giving visitors a new way of approaching and understanding the communities that inhabit Jalan Besar. 

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  • Marina Bay

ArtScience Museum is celebrating its 10th birthday with Orchestral Manoeuvresfeaturing over 32 artists and composers from eight countries who explore sound through sculpture, installation and music. Curated by ArtScience Museum, this exhibition features some of the world’s leading artists whose explorations of the sonic landscape encourage visitors to listen more closely to the sounds around us. Expect sound art projects, early music notation, experimental scores, noise-making sculptures, video installations and contemporary artworks. Catch the key highlight: a presentation of The Forty Part Motet by Janet Cardiff, which will be showing for the first time in Southeast Asia.

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  • Art
  • City Hall

Singapore Art Museum's latest exhibition opens today at National Gallery Singapore’s The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery. Titled The Gift, it explores how the act of gifting transforms an ordinary object into something much more meaningful and emotional. It then becomes an embodiment of a relationship, a social act, or even an obligation to another. One of four related exhibitions in an ongoing transnational project titled Collecting Entanglements and Embodied Histories initiated by the Goethe-Institut, The Gift features artworks and historical materials from the collections of SAM and partner institutions such as Galerie Nasional Indonesia, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, and Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

  • Museums
  • Science and technology
  • Tanglin

It's no secret that our little island nation is especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Even as Singapore continues to develop, much effort has gone into mitigating the effects of urbanisation, and to stave off the harmful impact of climate change. Find out what these efforts are at a new exhibition at Singapore Botanic Gardens. Jointly set up by City Developments Limited, NParks and Singapore Tourism Board, Change the Present Save the Future Exhibition showcases our climate change mitigation efforts, and ways everyone can play a part in building a resilient city. 

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  • Art
  • Sculpture
  • City Hall

The Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden perched atop the National Gallery Singapore is now home to a new large-scale installation by Antony Gormley. On display from August 6 to October 30 next year, Horizon Field Singapore (2021) will be exhibited alongside three other sculptures that trace four decades of Gormley's practice: Sense (1991), Close V (1998), and Ferment (2007). Placed at key locations throughout the Gallery, these works form a sequence of what the artist calls “acupuncture points” within the architecture, activating their surroundings and provoking connections with their audience. 

 

  • Art
  • Digital and interactive
  • Marina Bay

Escape to alternate realities at the ArtScience Museum's new and permanent gallery space VR Gallery. Outfitted with state-of-the-art virtual reality (VR) headsets and controllers, this is where the museum will be rolling out novel immersive experiences for visitors in the coming months. VR Gallery launches on July 10 with Hyperrealities, a VR exhibition featuring works from beloved contemporary artists Olafur Eliasson, Marina Abramović and Anish Kapoor. This is the first time some of them are using VR, augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality technologies to present their ideas. Nevertheless, these masters of art have you in for a treat: their multi-sensory artworks will have you gaping at elusive rainbows, feeling the visceral horror of rising sea levels, and taking a trip into – yourself. 

 

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  • Kids

If the kids' got energy to burn, Kiztopia's mega birthday bash Dazzling Nights is just the place to be. In celebration of its second anniversary, the flagship playground's 13 play areas are decked with colourful lights, LED projections and glow-in-the-dark decals – think laser lights, mirror balls, and moving projections of soothing water wave pattern – which are illuminated during the evening play sesssions. Kids can look forward to a new kind of sensorial play when night falls, as well as special LED light performances, stunning magic shows, and a variety of station games.

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  • Exhibitions
  • Tampines

Titled after the 1959 film Korban Fitnah (Victims of Slander), the fourth edition of SAM Mini Mobile Museum invites movie buffs to rediscover the films produced between 1958 and 1963 – which is the period sandwiched between the post-war heyday of Singapore’s film industry and Singapore’s independence day – through a choreography of film footages, digitised images, text, objects, and printed matter. It also features themes that recur in the artist’s practice – the modernist notions of shape, size, scale, seriality, and repetition. Catch it at Woodlands Regional Library from June 9 to July 21, before travelling to Jurong and Tampines regional libraries on July 28 and September 15 respectively.

 

 

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