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Immerse Yourself in the Gallery Light to Night Festival

To celebrate the National Gallery’s first anniversary, the Gallery Light to Night Festival has lined up a myriad of interactive installations and engaging programmes for everyone. Ranging from film screenings to music performances, join in the festivities that run from dawn to dusk over the next two weekends, 25 to 27 November and 2 to 4 December


Here are some of the interesting things to look out for at the festival itself:

Art and Design


Facade Show

Spinifex Group’s spectacular projection show transforms the Gallery’s stately facade, bringing us into a mesmerising world of art and machines. Objects such as picture frames, paint tube machines and art desks create magical scenes inspired by abstract artworks in the Gallery’s collection.


Pagoda Robot

Don’t miss the chance to take a photo with this monumental 5-metre high robot. Inspired by Latiff Mohidin’s Pagodas II and made out of recycled cardboard, it was designed by Noa Haim of Collective Paper Aesthetics (The Netherlands) and produced by Paper Carpenter (Singapore).


Art and Design Markets

Browse and buy one-of-a-kind pieces by local artists, designers and craft makers at this creative marketplace.


Family Fun


Draw With The Flow

Ever wondered what it would be like to collaborate with an illustrator on a drawing? Start your sketch with the tools provided then let illustrators from Organisation of Illustrators Council (OIC) Singapore interpret and expand on it.


Balloon Forest

Immerse yourself in a colourful forest created by balloon sculptor Lily Tan and her friends.




A River Changes Course

By Kalyanee Mam


The People of Angkor

By Rithy Panh



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There are also a variety of food stalls at the Festival Food Street, Tiny Bites, Bites After Hours to fill your empty tummies while you’re having fun. For more exciting activities happening over the next two weekends, check out the official page or you can download the event brochure here.



Photos taken from: National Gallery Website

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