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Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) is back! Featuring a bumper crop of new commissions and international work, both live and online, SIFA will present over 60 shows and 300 performances, with artists from Switzerland, Australia, USA, Lebanon, Japan, Malaysia and Philippines performing alongside hundreds of Singaporean artists and freelancers within the 16-day festival period.
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Nature historian and planet saver, David Attenborough, once said, “The truth is: The natural world is changing, and we are totally dependent on that world. It provides our food, water and air. It is the most precious thing we have and we need to defend it.” Join us this April for stories about loving our planet, and learn how every one of us can play a part in conserving nature and saving our earth. Register now and enjoy them for FREE!
Come and revel in a myriad of exciting experiences. Feast your senses on world-class performances at Sands Theatre™, which has played host to award-winning musicals like The Lion King and The Phantom of the Opera. Visiting Singapore for the first time? Take in unparalleled views of the island from 57 levels high at SkyPark® Observation Deck, or enjoy a leisurely Sampan ride along the canal. Be inspired by thought-provoking exhibitions at ArtScience Museum™. Interact with cutting-edge digital installations in the permanent exhibition Future World: Where Art Meets Science. Get an all-access pass to explore other exhibitions staged in partnership with renowned museums and galleries from around the world. Save up to 20% when you book Show & Dine or Exhibition & Lunch packages!
This March school holidays, come visit ACM’s first Caravanserai, held on the plaza at the front of the museum. The event celebrates ACM's refreshed brand – championing design, craft, and innovation in the space of tradition by bringing together local artists, artisans, and craft practitioners. EXPERIENCE ACM Inspired by travelling caravans of past Asian civilisations, this pop up acts as a rest stop for the curious traveller of today, offering F&B and products that boast exquisite craftsmanship, complemented by artisanal programmes and activities for all. Look forward to exclusive launches, shopping, and unique experiences that focus on craft, innovation, and lifestyle. ARTISANAL BITES - FOOD AND DRINK FOR TAKEAWAY Look forward to tasting a series of delectable and IG-worthy chocolate bites from Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie, and mochi muffins from Doughter Bakery. Feeling adventurous? Try Sourbombe Artisanal Bakery’s exclusive oolong-flavoured doughnuts, a flavour inspired by gold objects in ACM’s collection (available only on 20 March). Enjoy savoury artisanal bites from Krusty by Kausmo (available only on 21 March), and wash it down with the golden flower black tea kombucha from Craft & Culture, brewed specially for this pop-up. LIFESTYLE PRODUCTS AND LOCAL DESIGNS TO SPRUCE UP YOUR HOME Experience a lifestyle marketplace focusing on Asian craft and design, featuring a selection of lifestyle goods including handcrafted fans, jewellery, face masks, homewear, and ceramics. Be sure to catch local design labels like Scene Shang, Orenda’s Crystals, Pubumésu, RaØ Ceramics, GRAMS design, Little Sarong, and more! WORKSHOPS FOR ALL Conducted by Rayn Leow of Ceramication, try your hand at creating your very own 4-piece teacup set in a basic workshop of slipcasting, a process using moulds to produce predetermined forms. Or learn about various applications of ceramic glazes and get to paint and decorate your own bisque pot at the pottery painting session. Embroidery is a technique that has been used throughout the ages, and this fine needlework features on many pieces throughout ACM’s permanent collection. Conducted by mixed-media artist Alysha Rahmat Shah, this workshop will touch on her work process and share the inspiration and some stories behind her pieces. Also, learn more about batik and patchwork making by creating your very own mini patchwork quilt from recycled batik scraps. 13–21 Mar 2021 11am to 7pm Daily Asian Civilisations Museum Admission is free For more information, please visit: https://www.go.gov.sg/acmcaravanserai