PAST SUNDAY SHOWCASES


Archive of previous Sunday Showcase events at ArtScience Museum.

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Through Our Eyes

Through Our Eyes

Sun – Tue, 21 – 23 May | 10:00am – 7:00pm
ArtScience Gallery, Level 4


Interpret reality as you please in Through Our eyes, an interactive experience presented by Nanyang Polytechnic, School of Interactive and Digital Media. The showcase brings to life the playful spirit of perceptions through immersive projects that represents the best of new media, art and technology.

Free. Register in the lobby.

Please click here for the Facebook event page.


Infinite 2017

Infinite 2017

Saturday & Sunday, 8 & 9 April | 10am - 7pm
ArtScience Galleries, Level 4

Infinite 2017 is an interactive showcase of projects by graduating students from the School of InfoComm Technology, Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Illustrating the infinite possibilities of digital media when creative ideas and IT collide, get a glimpse of future technologies as students share their innovations in areas of games, apps, virtual and augmented reality, and animation. The future is infinite!

Image: Ngee Ann Polytechnic


Interceptions

Interceptions

Friday, 24 Mar | 1pm - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday, 25 & 26 March | 10am - 7pm

Digital art fuses with community networking in Interceptions, a creative forum for radical thinking about the dynamic role new media and communication play in the world today. Devised by students, alumni and faculty members from NUS Department of Communications and New Media, the showcase examines the creative ways practice-based interceptions have on social impact. Featuring critical game art, augmented reality performance, data as an artistic medium, sequencing of bacteria, site specific transmissions, networked art forms, drone choreography and social media activism; Interventions arises from an understanding of how provocative, challenging and entertaining questions, communicated by the critical use of media, can inspire novel modes of social engagement.


Image credit: Computer is Dreaming, Installation detail, Plimsoll Gallery. Image: Nancy Mauro-Flude.

 


SingAstro

18 Feb 2017, Sat | 1pm - 7pm followed by Star Gazing at 8pm
19 Feb 2017, Sun | 10am - 7pm


Get ready for a weekend filled with sun and star gazing, listen to the sound of space and see how astronomical instruments have evolved from the past. All you need to know about space in one weekend. 

Elves Workshop by FabCafe

10 & 11 December, 10am - 7pm
Venue: ArtScience Galleries, Level 4

This Christmas, we will be twisting, stamping, painting, snipping, to the art of upcycling. Be sure to walk away with cyanotype gift tags, ribbons, garlands and postcards from our craft stations. If you’re up for a challenge, upcycle vinyl banners into bags or purses, or try your hands at turning glass bottles into bells. Join us for a fun-filled weekend as we tinker around the Elves workshop to create handmade Christmas presents and gift wraps.

*Free. Register in the lobby.

*The following craft stations require registration on a first-come, first-served basis:

Upcycling Vinyl Banner: First 25 participants registered at the station
Glass bells: First 100 participants registered at the station

For more information, visit FabCafe Singapore.


Sustainable Idealism - Sunday Showcase at ArtScience Museum

TechSense

29 & 30 Oct, 10am–7pm
ArtScience Galleries, Level 4

Fashion collides with technology in TechSense, a cutting-edge showcase of connected clothing and accessories designed by students, alumni and faculty members from NTU's School of Art, Design and Media. Watch garments as they respond to the changes in environment. Get a glimpse of wearable tech going haute couture. Meet these innovators shaping up the future of hi-tech fashion.

Free admission.


Nanyang Polytechnic: What's Your Story?

Nanyang Polytechnic: What's Your Story?

Friday–Sunday, 5–7 Jun, 10am–7pm

A group of alumni from the School of Interactive and Digital Media (SIDM) was asked to respond to the question. What follows are the works that fill this Sunday Showcase which features a twitter-feed badge dispensing machine, digital projection mapping, sensory processing installations and more. Engage with the creators of the works and find out what inspired their stories. 


In Search of Vanishing Voices - Sunday Showcase at ArtScience Museum

In Search of Vanishing Voices

Sun 29 May, 1pm - 7pm 
Curiosity Gallery, Level 4 


By the next century, nearly half of the estimated 7,000 languages now spoken in the world could disappear. Nanyang Technological University goes in search of fading languages, uncovering the linguistic and cultural diversity of Southeast Asian region through interdisciplinary collaborations amongst linguists, art and media researchers, and indigenous communities. Wander through interactive displays, storytelling and workshops, and gain insights into rapidly disappearing native tongues that still have much to say. 

Free. Register in the lobby.
Sustainable Idealism - Sunday Showcase at ArtScience Museum

Sustainable Idealism

27 & 28 Aug, 10am-7pm

The driving force behind the imperatives in design is a vision to create positive impact regardless of commercial benefits. Join the students and lecturers from The School of Design, Temasek Polytechnic as they share the meaningful stories that inspire their motivation to go beyond design.


Nanyang Polytechnic: What's Your Story?

Nanyang Polytechnic: What's Your Story?

Friday–Sunday, 5–7 Jun, 10am–7pm

A group of alumni from the School of Interactive and Digital Media (SIDM) was asked to respond to the question. What follows are the works that fill this Sunday Showcase which features a twitter-feed badge dispensing machine, digital projection mapping, sensory processing installations and more. Engage with the creators of the works and find out what inspired their stories. 


In Search of Vanishing Voices - Sunday Showcase at ArtScience Museum

In Search of Vanishing Voices

Sun 29 May, 1pm - 7pm 
Curiosity Gallery, Level 4 


By the next century, nearly half of the estimated 7,000 languages now spoken in the world could disappear. Nanyang Technological University goes in search of fading languages, uncovering the linguistic and cultural diversity of Southeast Asian region through interdisciplinary collaborations amongst linguists, art and media researchers, and indigenous communities. Wander through interactive displays, storytelling and workshops, and gain insights into rapidly disappearing native tongues that still have much to say. 

Free. Register in the lobby.