What’s On This Weekend: 28 February to 1 March 2020 | The A List
Step into March this weekend with arts and culture events that will leave you inspired. Imagine what Singapore will be like in 2219 at an ArtScience Museum exhibition. Or travel back in time with old photos showing life in Singapore in the 1900s at a Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall exhibition. Scroll on for our top picks this weekend.
2219: Futures Imagined
Take a leap into the future this weekend with this ArtScience Museum exhibition. It envisions Singapore in the year 2219 and it is inspired by the work of Singapore writer and poet Alvin Pang. The exhibition promises to leave you thinking about the future you want and your role in it. Details about 2219: Futures Imagined here.
This immersive and Instagrammable art exhibition features multisensory art installations by the popular art collective teamLab. Also part of the show are interactive ovoid light sculptures floating on the of the Dragonfly Lake at Gardens by the Bay. Catch the show this weekend before it ends its run. Details about #FutureTogether here.
Fatimah And Her Magic Socks
Delight the little ones with this family-friendly theatre production based on the theme of friendship. The production, staged at the Esplanade this weekend, is adapted from the children’s book Fatimah and Her Magic Socks by Zizi Azah Abdul Majid. Book tickets to Fatimah and Her Magic Socks here.
From Brush To Lens: Early Chinese Photography Studios In Singapore
Travel back in time with this exhibition. It features 90 artefacts, including photographs, that offer a glimpse of life in early Singapore. The portraits and pictures were taken by Chinese photo studios. Details about From Brush to Lens: Early Chinese Photography Studios here.
In view of the COVID-19 situation, if you are unwell, do avoid public spaces and contact with others, and seek medical attention. Let’s continue to maintain good personal hygiene, stay healthy, keep calm and look after one another.
(Photos: ArtScience Museum, Gardens by the Bay, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall)