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December is the month of Christmas, and Christmas is a time of giving! We all love to receive wonderful presents, but the best gift of all is the gift of giving. As Winston Churchill put it, “we make a living from what we get; we make a life from what we give.” Join us for a month of stories about giving, and the joy it brings.
As Singapore’s annual pinnacle performing arts festival, the Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) presents captivating and diverse works across theatre, music, dance, film and visual arts. First launched as the Singapore Festival of Arts in 1977, the festival has gone through several evolutions and inspired generations of arts lovers and practitioners. Today, the highly anticipated festival is a high point on Singapore’s arts and cultural calendar. Under the helm of Festival Director Gaurav Kripalani, SIFA continues its festival mission to champion the creation and presentation of Singaporean and international works. From May 2020, the Singapore International Festival of Arts goes virtual with the launch of SIFA v2.020. Featuring a line-up of virtual talks, workshops, vodcasts, performances and more, please visit sifa.sg for details.
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The lovable robot cat has arrived at the National Museum of Singapore (NMS) for Doraemon’s Time-Travelling Adventures in Singapore from 31 October to 27 December 2020! Visitors can look forward to rediscovering Singapore and meeting Doraemon, a beloved character many of us grew up with, through photo opportunities within the museum’s grounds and specially-designed collectibles. Easily one of the most famous doors in Japanese manga and anime, the Anywhere Door can be found alongside lovable Doraemon statues across the museum’s front lawn. Another of Doraemon’s classic gadgets, the Time Machine, invites you to travel through both time and space. Don’t forget to look out for Doraemon’s Gadgets of the Future, where visitors can view some of his fascinating gadgets including the Doc-in-a-Box and Shrink Ray. Visitors will also be able to discover some Gadgets of the Past in a temporary showcase towards the end of the Singapore History Gallery. Visitors can try their hand at designing their own gadget in the Redesign an Artefact activity, based on real artefacts displayed at the museum. You can explore stories of Singapore through fascinating artefacts in the museum’s galleries and our National Collection. A fully online trail by the museum, Let’s jalan-jalan!, allows you to rediscover fun facts about 14 neighbourhoods around Singapore through an “island-wide” hunt, through a microsite https://go.gov.sg/timetravelwithnms. Stand to win exclusive Doraemon Singapore-themed collectibles The National Museum is also presenting a series of programmes in conjunction with the ongoing Children’s Season. This includes the Get Curious trail, which features a fun tic-tac-toe game in the museum’s galleries. Participants will stand a chance to win a specially-curated range of the museum’s merchandise with Doraemon Singapore-themed collectibles designed by homegrown design-led lifestyle goods brand Supermama! Selected designs from the NMS Doraemon Singapore-themed Collection by Supermama Safety at the Museum To ensure a safe environment for everyone, the installations are applied with self-disinfecting coating and cleaned regularly. We would like to remind visitors to refrain from touching the installations and to continue to observe safe management measures as well as good personal hygiene during their visit.