‘Blooms of Vitality, Colours of Life’ is the first cultural exhibition extravaganza presented by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC).
The exhibition explores Singapore Chinese culture from the perspectives of humanities, and presents its vitality through poetic narratives. Its concept and approach exemplify SCCC’s endeavour in promoting local Chinese culture through innovative and interactive presentations.
Organised by SCCC with the support of the Singapore Press Holdings Chinese Media Group, the Singapore Chinese Orchestra Co Ltd and the People’s Association, ‘Blooms of Vitality, Colours of Life’ is Singapore’s first multimedia exhibition on local Chinese culture. It amasses information and materials provided by some 300 local agencies, clan associations, cultural organisations and individuals and employs two different formats, large display panels and immersive multimedia presentations. The evolution of Singapore’s unique Chinese cultural scene will be comprehensively presented using vivid expressions, interactive exhibits and special visual projections.
Four exhibition zones will showcase the unique three-tier lifeblood of Singapore Chinese culture: the sprit and flavour of cultural exchange and integration in everyday life; the diverse and lively heritage and innovation of the arts and culture; and the various facilities within the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre that are currently being built.
Venue: Singapore Conference Hall, 7 Shenton Way, Singapore 068810
When: 10 - 31 Jan 2016, 9am - 9pm daily