The Civic District precinct is set to transform with the inaugural Civic District Outdoor Festival: When Time Stood Still. Held over the first two weekends in August, visitors to the Civic District Outdoor Festival can look forward to an inaugural Projection Trail with multimedia projections being mapped onto four heritage buildings for the first time, including the façade of National Gallery Singapore. Put together by a Singapore creative team, this immense Projection Trail will be the largest outdoor multimedia circuit featuring the story of “Hemera’s Dream” through a poetic and imaginative exploration of the Festival’s creative theme – When Time Stood Still.
Themed ‘When Time Stood Still’, the Civic District Outdoor Festival will offer visitors a suite of immersive art installations, art market, food street, enthralling roving acts and live music sessions that aim to extend the art experience beyond the walls of the art and cultural institutions in the Civic District. By featuring artworks outdoor and allowing it to be a part of the Civic District landscape, visitors are offered a unique and immersive experience by four arts and culture institutions in the Civic District, which for the first time have come together to showcase an extensive suite of engaging exhibitions and programmes.
Date: 4–5 & 11–12 August 2017, 5pm till midnight
Venues: Various locations around the Civic District
National Gallery Singapore
The Arts House
Asian Civilisations Museum
Victoria Concert Hall
More info on www.civicdistrictoutdoor.sg.
When: 4 - 12 Aug 2017,