Date: Wednesday, 17 Jan to Sunday, 31 Dec
Time: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Venue: Stamford Gallery, National Museum of Singapore
Website: Visit Site
IS ANYONE HOME?, is an exhibition on childhood by Superhero Me, an inclusive arts movement which works with children from diverse backgrounds. It explores the worlds of six children through mixed media work and seeds possibilities of a future where children of different abilities can grow and learn together.
The show also features blocks in various shapes modelled after Froebel Blocks, the world’s first educational toys for children to discover interconnectedness through form and movement. German educator Friedrich Froebel was a forward-thinking innovator of early childhood education who strongly believed in the philosophy of free play to encourage imagination. On weekends, Superhero Me will run inclusive art programmes to inspire courage and curiosity. (Visit http://superherome.sg for more information)
Part of Singapore Art Week, IS ANYONE HOME? is supported by Lien Foundation and SG Enable with venue support from the National Museum of Singapore.
The following are some of the young artists whose works will be presented in the exhibition:
Video Credit: Singapore Art Week Facebook
Date: 17-31 January 2018
Venue: National Museum of Singapore
Information Credit: National Museum of Singapore