Established Singapore artists create works for young audiences at Gallery Children's Biennale 2019

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This year’s Children’s Biennale, held at the National Gallery from May 25 to Dec 29, features 11 interactive artworks by local and international artists. The theme is Embracing Wonder.
Singapore artist Song-Ming Ang's Chance Operations, an installation comprising more than 1,000 aluminium pipes that children can toss ping-pong balls at to create melodies. PHOTO: NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE - Established Singapore artists feature in the line-up for this year's Gallery Children's Biennale, with some debuting works targeted at young audiences for the first time.

Organised by National Gallery Singapore and opening on Saturday, the second edition of the art exhibition is themed Embracing Wonder and will include 11 interactive and multi-dimensional artworks.

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