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Enjoy these incredible exhibits at our one-of-a-kind museum. But hurry, they're only here for a limited time.
 

Museum Closure:

27th March 2015 – 3rd April 2015 (Whole day): Level 4  will be closed from 10am - 7pm 
(Please note that Da Vinci: Shaping the Future (Basement 2) & Prudential Singapore Eye (Level 3)remains open for visitor viewing.)


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A major exhibition which explores the legacy of history’s most well-known artist and scientist, Leonardo da Vinci. Interactive education exhibits with themes of technology, film and art make this a-once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover how da Vinci shaped our future.

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As part of the highly successful Global Prudential Eye Programme and a key highlight of Singapore Art Week in January 2015, Prudential Singapore Eye showcases the vibrancy of Singapore's emerging visual art landscape, through the work of 17 exciting and innovative artists.
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One Thursday a month, 7pm to 10pm

Once a month, ArtScience Museum transforms into a buzzy, chilled-out, night-time destination. Catch free cutting-edge performances and wind down to the weekend with bar offerings and one-for-one standard ticket offer* to the touring exhibitions.

*Terms & Conditions apply.

One Thursday a month, 7pm to 10pm

ArtScience Museum is the proud partner of the 2015 Art/Science Residency Programme, which is hosted by the IDMI Arts and Creativity Lab and Tembusu College at the National University of Singapore.
This year, we are delighted to invite Italian interdisciplinary artist, Maurizio Martinucci (TeZ) to Singapore from February - May.
Maurizio Martinucci (TeZ) will begin his two-year project Bioluminescent Drifter Swarms in Singapore.

The permanent exhibition, ArtScience: A Journey Through Creativity, showcases the power of creativity as it is manifested in the world of ArtScience. By demonstrating how creative minds meld the disciplines of art and science to make objects that transform our world, it takes visitors on a journey inside the creative process across three unique spaces: Curiosity, Inspiration and Expression.
The permanent exhibition showcases the power of creativity.