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Travelling Exhibitions

TRAVELLING EXHIBITIONS

Jubilee Walk Travelling ExhibitionHeritage On The Move

Heritage On The Move is a community outreach programme that brings travelling exhibitions on Singapore’s multicultural heritage to the public. These share more on the different festivals celebrated by all Singaporeans, as well as various aspects of our intangible and tangible cultural heritage. If you are interested to book a travelling exhibition or have enquiries, please e-mail NHB_hotm@nhb.gov.sg.

    UNCLES LOVE MONUMENTS

    Singapore’s National Monuments serve as tangible reminders of Singapore’s built heritage and anchors of the Singapore Story. Uncles Love Monuments is a travelling exhibition which features works of three talented sketch enthusiasts whose love for Singapore’s heritage icons and passion for drawing help to document and showcase some of our monumental treasures in a different light.

    4 – 29 June 2019 at Jurong Regional Library
    1 – 30 July 2019 at Marine Parade Public Library
    1 – 30 August 2019 at Cheng San Public Library
    1 – 29 September 2019 at library@harbourfront
    1 – 30 October 2019 at Serangoon Public Library
    1 – 29 November 2019 at Toa Payoh Public Library
    1 – 30 December 2019 at Sengkang Public Library


    JUBILEE WALK

    Learn about the different sites on the Jubilee Walk, an eight- kilometre trail launched in 2015 during Singapore’s Jubilee celebrations, that connects the past, present and future elements of the Singapore story.

    Encompassing historic and iconic areas such as Fort Canning Hill, the Singapore River, the Civic District and the Marina Bay, these places offer a chance to discover the people and communities who have contributed to our cityscape.

    Space Requirements: 100 Sq m (Approximate)


    KAMPONG SPIRIT, KAMPONG FUN

    This interactive exhibition showcases traditional games such as five stones, goli (marbles), congkak, hopscotch, kuti kuti and capteh; relive kampong memories; and get re-acquainted with village life in Singapore.

    Space Requirements: 100 Sq m (Approximate)


    ROMANCE, HOPES & DREAMS

    The culmination of many months of preparation, and age-old traditional practices and beliefs, marriages are a whirlwind of activities and joyous anticipation. The exhibition gives a glimpse into what the momentous event is about in the major ethnic communities of Singapore, and the various traditions related to this occasion.

    Space Requirements: 80 Sq m (Approximate)


    TALES FROM OUR SHORES

    Through this exhibition, step into the world of myths and legends of Singapore and be intrigued by the tales our forefathers have passed down from generation to generation.

    Space Requirements: 90 Sq m (Approximate)


    SINGAPORE PORTRAITS

    Singapore Portraits is a tribute to some of Singapore’s most creative personalities. It features the works of, and interviews with, local artists which together tell the story of Singapore through their words and images. Besides the paintings and photographs, write-ups detailing the background of the artwork, social and historical contexts, and artist biographies are also included.

    Space Requirements: 100 Sq m (Approximate)


    FAMILY FUN

    Learn about the places Singaporean families visited and the activities they engaged in in the past, from this exhibition that features iconic destinations such as Haw Par Villa, the Great World, the Van Kleef Aquarium and many more.

    Space Requirements: 60 Sq m (Approximate)


    DELICIOUSLY SINGAPOREAN

    Trace the origins and evolution of Singapore’s street food up to present day through this exhibition showcasing uniquely Singaporean dishes and culinary habits. Through photographs, artefacts and interactive stations, celebrate Singapore’s love for food and our culinary achievements.

    Space requirements : 80 Sq m (Approximate)


    TRADING STORIES

    Conversations with six pioneering tradesmen is an exhibition on old trades in Singapore and how tradesman have coped with the challenge of changing times. Featuring the lives of six individuals who have made their living as a traditional goldsmith, movie poster painter, tukang urut or Malay confinement lady, Samsui woman, poultry farmer and letter writer, the exhibition sheds light on some of Singapore’s old trades through personal stories.

    Space requirements : 80 Sq m (Approximate)


If you are interested to book a travelling exhibition or have enquiries, please email NHB_hotm@nhb.gov.sg.