Another night at the museum to remember

The facade of the National Museum comes alive with animated characters Anook and Nooki, the world's smallest Inuits. They are part of a light art installation entitled "The Anooki Celebrate Singapore" by David Passegand and Moetu Batlle from France.
PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI FOR THE STRAITS TIMES

The facade of the National Museum comes alive with animated characters Anook and Nooki, the world's smallest Inuits. They are part of a light art installation entitled "The Anooki Celebrate Singapore" by David Passegand and Moetu Batlle from France. The performance was presented during a media preview last night for the Singapore Night Festival 2015. The annual festival this year will run over two weekends from 7pm to 2am on Aug 21, 22, 28 and 29. It will include light art installations and street performances. The eighth edition of the festival showcases an ensemble of world-class entertainment by Singaporean and foreign artists set to the theme of "Glitz and Glamour". All outdoor events are free.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 20, 2015, with the headline 'Another night at the museum to remember'. Print Edition | Subscribe