Running from 19 September 2020 to 28 March 2021, An Artist’s Tropical Landscape comprises a series of safe and engaging interactive activity stations for children, inspired by beloved Singaporean artist Georgette Chen’s artwork Tropical Fruits. Children aged six to twelve will get to explore the fascinating world of tropical fruit that Georgette Chen discovered when she left China and moved to Southeast Asia and learn more about how artists are inspired by their sensorial experiences – what they see and feel. Visitors will get to enjoy a series of fun and engaging activities such as drawing fruits and composing still life drawings, and engage in sensorial play in the curious audio area, where kids can listen to the sounds various fruits might make. In addition, there is also a life-sized Rambutan Room, where augmented reality kinetic games await.
To ensure the safety and wellbeing of visitors, only up to 15 individuals will be allowed within the space every 30 minutes, and cleaning and disinfection will be carried out 4 times a day.
Pre-booking via the Gallery’s ticketing platform is required. Book HERE.
Activity packs containing a selection of art materials, disposable gloves and a kid-sized disposable mask are also available for purchase onsite.
Venue: National Gallery Singapore
When: 19 Sep 2020 - 28 Mar 2021,