Friday, 19 June 2015

Free Fun Friday: Children's Season - Masak Masak 2014

Ok, so this post is about a year late. 

Sometime last July, we were at the National Museum of Singapore for the Children's Season 2014.  Specifically, we were there for Masak Masak: My Childhood 2014. On the Front Lawn of the Museum was Playgounds on the Lawn, with inflatable, bouncy castle versions of the iconic Singaporean heritage playgrounds, the Dragon and the Watermelon.

Inside the Museum itself, there was Play@National Museum of Singapore, a then new area to introduce the concept of museums to young children through fun and interaction.

They tried their hand at making their own diaoramas at the paper art installation on level 2 - "Rouleaux" by French artist Anastassia Elias.
The children had fun playing with giant versions of marbles, sticks and five stones, set up in collaboration with students from School of the Arts.

They tried their hand at making their own diaoramas at the paper art installation on level 2 - "Rouleaux" by French artist Anastassia Elias.
Amazing what can be done with toilet paper rolls!

Also on the second level was the installation by Spanish artist Guixot, "Sculpture Scribble".
 
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http://www.museums.com.sg/cs15

Children's Season 2015 is now on!  In addition to Masak Masak 2015, there are many more activities taking place over 19 museums across the island.  For more information, please visit their website.

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