Apart from an arts exhibition, an arts market, a performing arts concert and a film screening, this second edition of Dreamseeds Arts Fest also hosts workshops that will let participants try their hand at silkscreen printing, leather craft-making and upcycling old T-shirts into drawstring pouches, among other do-it-yourself projects.
This arts festival is organised by Club Rainbow (Singapore), which helps chronically ill children and their families.
What: Family programmes including story-telling sessions and hands-on workshops that involve participants in creating collage portraits, experimenting with Chinese ink and clay and drawing with pastels.
Where: 1 St Andrew's Road
When: Till Dec 31
Price: Some programmes are free while others are ticketed
This interactive geometric spatial installation at multi-disciplinary arts centre The Artground is inspired by the golden ratio that is found in nature and the body - represented by the Greek letter phi - and is designed by artist Shahrul Jamili. Children are encouraged to move through and play around Jamili's 3D structures.
Apart from this exhibition, The Artground also has its ongoing Weekends at The Artground programme on Saturdays and Sundays, comprising a variety of art-related, drop-in activities for families to enjoy.
Where: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, 01-40 Block J
When: Exhibition - Till April 1 (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays); Weekends at The Artground - Saturdays and Sundays
Price: The exhibition is free. Weekends at The Artground - $10 for each programme for each parent-child pair
What: Four interactive exhibitions invite visitors to explore and understand the science behind death-defying circus acts, flying, phobias and ageing.
Circus! Science Under The Big Top features close to 20 interactive exhibits where visitors can try their hand at circus tricks from juggling and balancing on a high wire to learning from contortionists the art of getting one's body into very small spaces.
Above & Beyond explores aerospace innovation and reveals the science behind flight.
The other two exhibitions - Dialogue With Time - Embrace Ageing and Phobia2: The Science Of Fear - are permanent.
Where: 15 Science Centre Road
When: Till March 18 (Circus! Science Under The Big Top); till April 8 ( Above & Beyond)
Admission: Free for the permanent exhibitions, but entry fees to Science Centre apply
What: Celebrate December - an annual festival organised by the Esplanade - includes programmes for the little ones where they can learn how to create their own sparklers, make a wish on a bell charm, fold beautiful origami butterflies, participate in music and movement sessions, and meet PIP, Esplanade's cute and cuddly mascot.
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