Creative Recharge – Holiday Programmes

Holidays are always a great time at ArtScience Museum. Come join us to recharge while participating in a wide range of programmes to unleash your creativity.
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Creative Recharge: September Holiday Programmes

4 - 29 Sep

Recharge your creativity this September holidays at ArtScience Museum. Join us for an array of activities ranging from educational tours, crafty drop-ins to a digital storytelling workshop based on the book, Ubin Elephant by Alan John.

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Past Holiday Programmes

  • 2023
    • Nov 2022 – Jan 2023

      Nov 2022 – Jan 2023

      Participate in our guided tours, interactive drop-in sessions, catch featured film screenings and a new VR programme at the museum this year-end holiday. Be sure to swing by with your friends and family as we sing and cheer about during the holiday season!

    • March


      Join us for a fun-filled week of learning through play with our signature Mini Holiday Camps, guided tours and drop-in sessions this March Holidays. Find out more about our programmes here.

    • June


      It’s the mid-year school holiday! A series of family-friendly activities at the museum awaits! Themed around our natural world, be part of our guided tours, crafty drop-in sessionsfilm screenings and a VR experience that will take you on a journey over the stars and deep into the ocean. What's more! You can also join ArtScientist-In-Residence Cesar Jung-Harada and be part of a growing community of art and science inventor-entrepreneurs in the hackathon holiday camps.

  • 2022
    • March/April

      Special event march holiday

      Visitors were invited to escape into different worlds during the March and Easter holidays at the museum.

      They went on an exciting journey of discovery through an immersive experience in our permanent exhibition Future World: Where Art Meets Science, witnessed the kaleidoscopic life of Richard Buckminster Fuller in Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller, took a moment to reflect on life during the pandemic in Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections, and entered a world where humanity is on the brink of extinction in Attack on Titan: The Exhibition.

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    • June/July

      Creative Recharge Holiday Programmes

      Through an inspiring series of creative masterclasses, mini holiday camps and drop-in workshops at the museum, visitors could get hands-on with creating their own illustrations and craftwork with local artists, participated in upcycling sessions and even designed a postcard for someone they love. Film screenings were also available for everyone to enjoy!

      Curated as part of ArtScience Museum’s Season of Mental Wellbeing, Creative Recharge: Holiday Programmes explores how art-making has helped us tide through the pandemic, whilst bringing out the creative side of us.

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    • September

      Bucky in Space! 

      ArtScience Museum continued to collaborate with BEEP Lab Singapore for the September school holidays.

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  • 2021
    • March/April

      March and Easter Holiday

      We went on an upcycling journey through crafts and learnt about our recyclebles before giving them a new life through a series of hands-on workshops and activities at ArtScience Museum!

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    • June/July

      Holiday Special Extraordinary Dreams

      ArtScience Museum organised a wide range of exciting programmes for the entire family where everyone is encouraged to dream together.

      Dreams come with extraordinary possibilities - be it a print-making artist, technologist, poet or even an imaginator. Visitors were invited to join us for an enjoyable and enriching time with workshops, film screenings and a mini holiday camp!

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    • September

      Special Event Gameplay

      Gameplay was a two-week special event that celebrated video games as an artistic medium and one of the most significant forms of cultural expression.

      Visitors were involved in discussions and learnt a tip or two from student game developers, faculty and alumni members at DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore. They found out how gaming can be beneficial and took their first game development steps at the various talks and mini holiday camps! Going behind the scenes of made-in-Singapore games that have enthralled and inspired, they heard from industry leaders as they discussed trends, challenges and opportunities in the local games sector in a two-day online conference.

      Gameplay is organised as a special event of Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed exhibition.

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