ArtScience Late at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay SandsArtScience Late at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands


Every Third Thursday of the month | 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Every third Thursday evening each month, ArtScience Museum keeps its doors open straight through until 10pm offering free performances, late exhibition viewings and special 1-for-1 entry to exhibitions (7pm-10pm).*

Shake off your mid-week doldrums and experience all the evening has to offer. See a different side of the museum after regular hours where exploration and experimentation are de rigueur of the night; where artistic collaboration and discovery take over the museum’s spaces; where boundaries shift, collide and dissolve.

*Terms & Conditions apply.

Upcoming Events

ArtScience Late ARE & Miyazaki

ArtScience Late: ARE & Miyazaki

Thursday, 16 Nov | 8pm 
Expression Gallery, Level 4
Free on a first-come-first-served basis. Limited capacity.

Experience this immersive, exuberant performance 'All Life is Tour' by independent sound project and art rock band, ARE, directed by Japanese filmmaker Daisuke Miyazaki as part of his exhibition Specters and Tourists. Live improvised music and filmic images of anonymous suburbs and everyday landscapes create a unique encounter for each viewer, moving in and out of life as both specter and spectator. 
Daisuke Miyazaki
Born in Yokohama, Japan in 1980, Daisuke Miyazaki is the director of Yamato (California), which screened at SGIFF in 2016. He is also one of the Berlinale Talents directors of the omnibus film, 5 to 9, which world premiered at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival 2015 and subsequently screened at SGIFF in the same year. His first feature film, End of the Night, was selected for numerous international film festivals and won the Special Mention Prize at the Toronto Shinsedai Cinema Festival.

ARE is an independent sound project and art rock band based in Singapore by Frank and Lily. The duo invites the listener to psych-art arrangements that sway between loud guitars, colourful electronics, and lyrical tales in impossible time. They have performed and recorded in Japan, Australia and Singapore.

This performance is held in conjunction with the inaugural exhibition of Specters and Tourists, co-organised by ArtScience Museum and Singapore International Film Festival

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