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PAST SPECIAL EVENTS


Archive of previous Special Events at ArtScience Museum.

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The Dyson Technology Experience

The Dyson Technology Experience

14 - 15 April, Sat - Sun | 11am - 6pm

Free Admission | Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

Think differently, make mistakes, invent and realise your engineering potential. Join Dyson at the ArtScience Museum to uncover the world of science and technology. Discover through play and hands-on with activities that will inspire you and your little ones with the power of creative thinking and problem-solving.

This event is organised by Dyson.

*Limited capacity, entry on a first-come-first served basis

Please refer to our Facebook event page for more details. 

Nick Ut: My Story

i Light Specials

In support of the i Light Marina Bay 2018, ArtScience Museum will be opening its doors till late from 15 to 17 March 2018 (Thursday to Saturday) and visitors can enjoy special 1-for-1 offer* between 7pm and 10pm to all exhibitions. What’s more, enjoy live performances, special film screening and street food on a fun museum night-out!

Explore all things street art through masterclasses, workshops and activities! Catch the museum’s first live Graffiti Battle on 17 March as five groups of streets artists create their masterpieces from scratch at the outdoor oculus. Be a judge and vote for your favourite street art piece!

*Terms and Conditions apply. 



ArtScience Late: Leslie Low

ArtScience Late: Leslie Low

15 March, Thursday | 8pm

Free Admission | Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

Experience music in its most introspective and honest form in an intimate acoustic evening with singer-songwriter Leslie Low of The Observatory. Reflecting on our contemporary urban condition in this unplugged retreat, Leslie plays confronting, heartfelt anthems from his solo releases along with new original songs.

* Limited capacity, entry on a first-come-first served basis

Please refer to our Facebook event page for more details.

16 March, Friday


16 March, Friday | 10am – 10pm

Venue: Lobby, FabCafe

Immerse in a street carnival atmosphere and enjoy a fun-filled Fab Friday at FabCafe. Savour delicious street food such as freshly-made tacos with homemade pico de gallo, and delicious all-day hotdogs. Catch local film ‘Singapore Minstrel’, featuring an old-time pioneer busker ‘Silver Man’ and the Singapore’s street art and sounds. Be inspired by Art from the Streets exhibition and create your own mosaic and stencil art pieces!

17 March, Saturday


17 March, Saturday | 10am – 10pm

Venue: Various locations within ArtScience Museum

Unleash your inner artist through engaging street art-related hands-on fun! Get your creative juices flowing through a series of activities, masterclasses and workshops. 

Join us and catch the museum’s first live Graffiti Battle on 17 March as five groups of renowned graffiti artists – ASMOE (PB/ZNC), ALOTONE(DTB/TFK), SONG (RSCLS), MIZNEK(DTB/TFK) and REAPS(BMK) – battle it out and create their masterpieces from scratch at the museum’s outdoor oculus. Be a judge and vote for your favourite street art piece!

Click here to find out more!

Make Your Own Tote Bag

Make Your Own Tote Bag

12 March, Monday | 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Venue: Education Classroom Basement 1

Have a hand at printing your very own tote bag featuring exclusive prints inspired from Future World exhibition. Create your own print combination and colourway and learn more about the printing process.

* S$5 per participant. Up to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

Light & Colour Workshop

Light & Colour Workshop

14 March, Wednesday | 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Venue: Rainbow Room, Basement 2

Experience light and colour through various hands-on experiments such as using a spectrophotometer to discover different spectrums. Walk into a dark room and witness the impact of colour through observations.

* S$5 per participant. Up to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

Express Yourself

Express Yourself

16 March, Friday | 4:30pm - 5:30pm
17 March, Saturday | 7.30pm - 8.30pm 

Venue: Exhibition Entrance, Basement 2

Express yourself by experimenting with your artistic side and tap on your inner creativity to find out where you could take yourself! Using techniques such as drawing, collaging, word association and mixed media, this workshop aims to promote dialogue and open discussion about issues that can be addressed through art. At the end, you will create your own artwork to help you get started on your personal creative path!

* S$5 per participant. Up to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

Nick Ut: My Story

Nick Ut: My Story

10 February | 4pm – 5pm

Free Admission | Expression Gallery, Level 4

An eyewitness to pivotal moments in history, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Nick Ut tells his story for the first time in Singapore. Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience as Ut recounts The Terror of War –  his iconic photograph depicting children in flight from napalm bombing. The photograph was awarded the World Press Photo of the Year in 1973, notably believed to have assisted the change in course of conflict towards liberation in April 1975. Third to be inducted by the Leica Hall of Fame for his significant contributions to photojournalism, Nick Ut is presented in Singapore by Leica Camera Asia Pacific.

*Free on a first-come-first-served basis, subject to capacity.

Please refer to our Facebook event page for more details.

About Nick Ut

Huỳnh Công Út, known professionally as Nick Ut (born March 29, 1951) is a Vietnamese American photographer for the Associated Press (AP) who works out of Los Angeles. He won both the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography and the 1973 World Press Photo of the Year for "The Terror of War", depicting children in flight from a napalm bombing. In particular, his best-known photo features a naked 9-year-old girl, Phan Thị Kim Phúc, running toward the camera from a South Vietnamese napalm attack on North Vietnamese troops at the Trảng Bàng village during the Vietnam War. On the 40th anniversary of that Pulitzer Prize-winning photo in September 2012, Ut became the third person inducted by the Leica Hall of Fame for his contributions to photojournalism.