From 8 August till 8 September 2019, the National Museum presents "The Future is Today: Climate Change and the Power of Nature" in conjunction with the Singapore Night Festival 2019. This visual art showcase features a series of immersive and engaging contemporary art installations by both local and international artists, highlighting the global issue of climate change and the importance of sustainability.
The Future is Today is a visual arts showcase by three internationally renowned artists - Jahan Loh (Singapore), Light Society (Canada) and Luc Jacquet (France). The showcase echoes the theme of sustainability, drawing attention to pertinent topics such as environmental and climate changes that are effecting the world today.
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Special Late Night Openings
In conjunction with the Singapore Night Festival 2019, the museum will open for extended hours on the following nights:
23, 24 August: 7 pm to 12 midnight, last admission at 11 pm, free admission to all galleries
25 - 28 August: 7 pm to 10 pm, last admission at 9 pm, only Stamford Gallery, Singapore History Gallery and The Future is Today installation venues will be open, where visitors can enjoy free admission
29, 30, 31 August: 7 pm to 12 midnight, last admission at 11 pm, free admission to all galleries