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    Default Newly reopened National Museum of Singapore!

    In conjunction with the National Museum of Singapore’s official opening on 7 December, the Museum has launched a month-long Opening Festival, with many exciting programmes for all ages. This weekend, master artist Kurt Wenner (famous for his three-dimensional street drawings) will be creating an original anamorphic street drawing at the Museum’s Glass Atrium, from 10am to 6pm daily.

    On the weekend of 22 December, Pichet Klunchun, a master in the classical Khon dancing from Thailand will be performing an adaptation of the traditional dance for modern audiences.

    Welcome the New Year at the National Museum with our spectacular pyrotechnics and projections and catch the closing highlight of the Opening Festival by Project Bandaloop at 11pm on 31 December.

    On the Cinémathèque strand of the festival, a fantastic selection of films for children of all ages, Young Cinema, will be playing at the Gallery Theatre every weekend at 10.30am. Homemade – A Celebration of Singapore Music, will feature local musicians performing at the Glass Atrium on every weekend at 5pm. Enjoy popular Xinyao songs from the 1980s on Saturday 30 December.

    Newly open to the public are the Museum’s five permanent galleries – the Singapore History Gallery, which tells the history of Singapore from the 14th Century to the present day in an interactive manner. The four Singapore Living Galleries, Film, Fashion, Photography and Food, showcase the changing lifestyles and culture of Singaporeans.

    A temporary exhibition, Maria Theresia: Mother Empress of Habsburg Austria, is now also on at the Museum’s temporary exhibition galleries.

    Some programmes are ticketed. For more information, please visit the Museum’s website at http://www.nationalmuseum.sg or call 6332-3659 to enquire about ticketed events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuriana View Post
    In conjunction with the National Museum of Singapore’s official opening on 7 December, the Museum has launched a month-long Opening Festival, with many exciting programmes for all ages. This weekend, master artist Kurt Wenner (famous for his three-dimensional street drawings) will be creating an original anamorphic street drawing at the Museum’s Glass Atrium, from 10am to 6pm daily.

    On the weekend of 22 December, Pichet Klunchun, a master in the classical Khon dancing from Thailand will be performing an adaptation of the traditional dance for modern audiences.

    Welcome the New Year at the National Museum with our spectacular pyrotechnics and projections and catch the closing highlight of the Opening Festival by Project Bandaloop at 11pm on 31 December.

    On the Cinémathèque strand of the festival, a fantastic selection of films for children of all ages, Young Cinema, will be playing at the Gallery Theatre every weekend at 10.30am. Homemade – A Celebration of Singapore Music, will feature local musicians performing at the Glass Atrium on every weekend at 5pm. Enjoy popular Xinyao songs from the 1980s on Saturday 30 December.

    Newly open to the public are the Museum’s five permanent galleries – the Singapore History Gallery, which tells the history of Singapore from the 14th Century to the present day in an interactive manner. The four Singapore Living Galleries, Film, Fashion, Photography and Food, showcase the changing lifestyles and culture of Singaporeans.

    A temporary exhibition, Maria Theresia: Mother Empress of Habsburg Austria, is now also on at the Museum’s temporary exhibition galleries.

    Some programmes are ticketed. For more information, please visit the Museum’s website at http://www.nationalmuseum.sg or call 6332-3659 to enquire about ticketed events.
    i dun know why but feel it is rather expensice to visit singapore museums.... some-more photography by us may not be allowed also

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    Default Re: Newly reopened National Museum of Singapore!

    Quote Originally Posted by nuriana View Post
    In conjunction with the National Museum of Singapore’s official opening on 7 December, the Museum has launched a month-long Opening Festival, with many exciting programmes for all ages. This weekend, master artist Kurt Wenner (famous for his three-dimensional street drawings) will be creating an original anamorphic street drawing at the Museum’s Glass Atrium, from 10am to 6pm daily.

    On the weekend of 22 December, Pichet Klunchun, a master in the classical Khon dancing from Thailand will be performing an adaptation of the traditional dance for modern audiences.

    Welcome the New Year at the National Museum with our spectacular pyrotechnics and projections and catch the closing highlight of the Opening Festival by Project Bandaloop at 11pm on 31 December.

    On the Cinémathèque strand of the festival, a fantastic selection of films for children of all ages, Young Cinema, will be playing at the Gallery Theatre every weekend at 10.30am. Homemade – A Celebration of Singapore Music, will feature local musicians performing at the Glass Atrium on every weekend at 5pm. Enjoy popular Xinyao songs from the 1980s on Saturday 30 December.

    Newly open to the public are the Museum’s five permanent galleries – the Singapore History Gallery, which tells the history of Singapore from the 14th Century to the present day in an interactive manner. The four Singapore Living Galleries, Film, Fashion, Photography and Food, showcase the changing lifestyles and culture of Singaporeans.

    A temporary exhibition, Maria Theresia: Mother Empress of Habsburg Austria, is now also on at the Museum’s temporary exhibition galleries.

    Some programmes are ticketed. For more information, please visit the Museum’s website at http://www.nationalmuseum.sg or call 6332-3659 to enquire about ticketed events.
    Hi here
    I may not have visited the National Museum of Singapore since it open. But they are always repeat the same ols photography.

    If we would like to exhibit our photo, if it is possible.

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