Sunday, April 26, 2015

Imaginarium @ Singapore Art Museum

"Featuring artists from Singapore and the region, Imaginarium beckons the adventurers, the dreamers, and the explorers of today to embark on a journey of discovery, and together, sail towards exciting new horizons…

In the spirit of SG50, this year's exhibition is inspired by the crescent moon on the Singapore flag, a symbol of a young nation on the rise with the capacity to dream big and think large. 

With interactive and immersive artworks and hands-on activities at every turn, Imaginarium offers creative space where inspiration can bloom freely, and joyfully!" ~ SAM 


It's on from 14 March to 19 July .... free entrance to all singapore citizens and students and free for all on every Fridays from 6pm to 9pm ... =)
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an impromptu dinner date with the gals whom i have not seen for months.... officially meet up time was approx 630pm with a reservation @ the standing sushi bar @ Queen Street, Singapore Art Museum....

Mab and I were early since our dismissal time was aout an hour earlier than the other 2 so we popped into into the Singapore Art Museum to visit the Imaginarium exhibition which Aster and Ain were raving about.... =)  

Let the pics do the 'talking'

my favourite display which is set up just right to Standing Sushi Bar



Level 1 of 8Q @ SAM 

colourful background with tetris cushions to climb on or to stack!!! 
and a cute model who posed for me when i waved at her before taking this shot... =) 




cute doodles covered the wall of the staircases all the way from level 1 to 4




knowing that these doodles will be painted over once this exhibition is over make my heart aches..... 


and through this door, we entered a room where we could add on to the doodles (which we didnt) and fold origami.... there were a few choices to choose from ... 


and Miss Mak chose the most complicated one.... 

we both had fun and am super proud of our creations... =) 


Level 3 






well, i did buy some wool from daiso earlier this year... maybe i can plan a learning journey for the onesies then maybe i can have the onesies make the pom pom in school as a post art museum visit activity... =D 


i tot this was more for the sixers who are learning about energy conversion... lots of 'legs-on' example of converting kinetic energy to sound or light energy through paddling of the bicycles... 





CANDYLAND on the 4th level 







and in the other gallery on the 4th level as well 



















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