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Gallery Children’s Biennale At National Gallery In Singapore

Online Games, Animated Stories And Digital Artmaking

2021 Nov 06 - 2022 Dec 31

Gallery Children's Biennale In Singapore

Following the successful launch of the digital format of Gallery Children’s Biennale in May 2021, National Gallery Singapore invites children to embark on an inspiring multi-sensory experience as they explore the on-site installations from now. You can look forward to nine on-site art installations that complement the digital artworks first presented on the Biennale’s microsite, sharing similar themes and imagery. Guided by the inquiry, “Why Art Matters”, the artists seek to convey the importance of art during the unsettling times of the pandemic, through their artworks. The artworks all explore themes of Home, Diversity, Environment, and Time, bringing to the fore relevant issues of today in an easy-to-understand manner for children.

For a complete hybrid festival experience and to double the fun, you are encouraged to participate in both realms – online and on-site. Both experiences of the artwork invite children to participate and co-create with international artists, with the on-site installations presenting immersive tactile experiences that are distinct from one’s experience with the online artworks. Children are encouraged to touch, move, and interact with the installations, fostering skills such as curiosity and critical thinking as they learn through play.

To further enrich your on-site experience at Gallery Children’s Biennale, there will also be an array of complimentary on-site children’s programs by artists and partners, such as sessions by master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran, sonic exploration workshops by LittleCr3aturesTM, and somatic movement workshops by movement artist and somatic therapist Vincent Yong. Art packs are also available for purchase for SG$5 each and are designed to enhance the appreciation and understanding of the art on display in a fun manner.

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