Children’s Festival: Small Big Dreamers 2018 At National Gallery Singapore – 5+ Highlights & Things To Know

Kid's Celebration: Small Big Dreamer 2018 at National Gallery Singapore will be held from 9 June to 9 September 2018. This new biannual kids's celebration concentrates on an inspirational Singaporean artist who has actually dared to dream huge. It will match the Gallery Children's Biennale, a celebration introduced in 2017 that combines kids's art programming from around the world.For Kid's

Festival: Small Big Dreamer 2018, the spotlight shines on Lee Wen, an internationally-recognised artist and a pioneer in efficiency art in Singapore. Image: National Gallery Singapore Born in 1957, Lee Wen is known for his optimism and determination, regardless of his fight with Parkinson's

illness. He was conferred the Cultural Medallion for Visual Arts in 2005 and won the Joseph Balestier Award for the Liberty of Art in 2016. Here are some highlights and things to know about the Children's Celebration: Small Big Dreamers 2018 at National Gallery Singapore.Children's Celebration: Small Big

Dreamers 2018 At National Gallery Singapore A Waking Dream : Sun-boy and Yellow Guy by Lee Wen Town Hall Wing, Level 1 to 3, Municipal Government Foyer and Singtel Special Exhibit Gallery A Experience 5 interactive installations based upon Lee Wen's book

A Waking Dream and the series Journey of a Yellow Guy. Image: National Gallery Singapore Image: National Gallery Singapore The Rainbow
Show Hall provides a chance for kids to make music together before checking out the Musing Tunnel. Image: National Gallery

Singapore Image: National Gallery Singapore Follow the Cosmic Dancer along the dynamic Rainbow Passageway and pen down your hopes and worries on a set of wings and set them free at the Dreamers'Haven. Image: National Gallery Singapore Lee Wen is best known for his Yellow Male series. At the Anatomy of Dreamers, kids can search for the signature Yellow Man.Hands On by We Make Carpets Supreme Court Wing, Level B1, Koh Seow Chuan Concourse Gallery

Image: National Gallery Singapore Weave together a carpet made from daily itemsat the hands-on exhibit, Hands On. Commissioned by the

National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, kids can produce works of art utilizing home items, swimming pool noodles and Velcro

Hands On by We Make Carpets
at this Kid's Celebration:

Small Big Dreamer 2018 exhibit.Passage and Bridges, Development of Firewalk: A Bridge of Embers by Mark Justiniani Supreme Court Wing, Level B1, Outside Koh Seow Chuan Concourse Gallery

Image: National Gallery Singapore One of the most popular exhibits at 2017's Gallery Children's Biennale was Firewalk by Mark Justiniani. Now, the artist has a brand-new work Passage and Bridges, Development of Firewalk: A Bridge of Embers which is bound to be highly popular at Kid's Celebration: Small Big Dreamers 2018 At National Gallery Singapore.The experiential work aims to connect audiences with the realm of the valued yet forgotten.Walk, Walk, Stroll: Browse, Deviate, Reunite by teamLab City Hall

Wing, Level B1, The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery Image: National Gallery Singapore Step inside teamLab's digital immersive setup and come across new characters such as frogs and bunnies in a labyrinth that blurs the line between virtual and reality.Flowers and People-- Dark by teamLab City Hall Wing, Level B1, Outdoors The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery Image: National Gallery Singapore National Gallery Singapore's Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers 2018 will

also include teamLab's Flowers and Individuals-- Dark where the audience's behaviour will also affect the method flowers spring up and blossom around the installation.Other Highlights Other highlights at Children's Celebration: Small Big Dreamers 2018 include Art Packs with activity

cards and sticker labels which can be bought from vending machines, Sound Makers and Family Art workshops and docent-led tours on

Flowers and People – Dark by teamLab
Wednesdays and Saturdays.Get more details here. National Gallery Singapore's Kid's Celebration: Small Big Dreamers 2018 When: 9 June to 9 September 2018 Where: National Gallery Singapore Site The post Children's Celebration: Small Big Dreamers 2018 At National Gallery Singapore-- 5+ Highlights & Things To Know appeared first on Little Day Out.

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