Tuesday–Friday, 2pm – 7pm
Saturday–Sunday, 12pm – 8pm
Closed on Mondays
Travel back in time to the good ol’ days! A snapshot of the past and a peephole into the future, Everything You Know Goes Away is a nostalgic playground with a twist. Designed by Joshua Comaroff & Lekker Architects, with collaborator Leow Si Min.
Drop by Everything You Know Goes Away on the school holiday weekends (16, 17, 23 and 24 March) at 2pm and 3pm for the wondrous tales of Bedah’s Fantastical Travel’s with Epok-Epok!
The free storytelling sessions are a very special playground commission by Suhaili Safari.
Join an assortment of delectable school holiday offerings in the form of workshops by Mrydette and Darel, and performances by Tiny Feat, suitable for children aged 2 to 12.
Kueh Salah: A Kueh Creation Session with Mrydette
17 (Sunday), 21 (Thursday) & 31 (Sunday) March, 10.30am to 11.30am
The Substation Gallery
$15 per person (30 people max)
For ages 6 to 12
What if things appeared and reappeared purely from the tips of our fingers? And remembering and forgetting became a buffet for the imagination? Feast your eyes and fingers on a creative kueh-making session by visual artist Mrydette, conducted in a delectable universe of her creation.
Learn to make your own homemade colourful playdough and specialty “kueh” from scratch with basic ingredients from the kitchen. Bring a tupperware to store and air dry your creations at home!
Mary Bernadette Lee (Mrydette) is an artist based in Singapore. Her practice is a phenomenological approach to understanding the relationship between exterior topography of body, architecture and place, and the interior tapestry of psychological states. Her work thrives on spontaneity of individual autonomy in art making. She believes Art should be accessible and as such, uses Art as a medium to work with children and the underprivileged to encourage expression and creation.
Goodbye Animals: Workshop and Storytelling with Darel Seow
22 (Friday) & 30 (Saturday) March, 10.30am to 12.00pm
The Substation Theatre
$18 (30 people max)
For ages 7 to 12
We might not have lions (except in tales), but Singapore used to be home to many wild tigers and leopards! At this workshop for ages 7 to 12, Darel introduces you to some local endangered and extinct animals that we share this island with. You’ll learn how to draw them and create a simple pop-up diorama which will explore our impact on the environment and the relationship we have with our non-human neighbours.
Darel is a visual storyteller who illustrates the tales of the natural world through his unique brand of wry wit and whimsy. He believes in the draw of storytelling as a means of engagement, creating experiences that simultaneously excite and educate. Particularly interested in museums and culture, he has worked with art, cultural, and educational institutions to encourage learning through the power of imagination and play.
Annie Ting and the Dragon by Tiny Feat (Click below to win tickets!)
23 (Saturday) & 24 (Sunday) March, 10.30am to 11.10am
The Substation Theatre & Gallery
$18 (50 people max)
For ages 2 to 5
Annie Ting is little girl who looks different from the people around her. She goes on a big adventure and discovers that kindness, empathy, and love can be found in the most unexpected of places.
This interactive puppet theatre performance features a live musician and two puppeteers.
Tiny Feat is an independent collective of individuals from different backgrounds. They create Lo-fi environments and experiences for children growing up in today’s high tech world. Their focus is on learning and playing through imagination and creativity in the sandbox.
Enter the giveaway here and stand a chance to win tickets to Annie Ting and the Dragon by Tiny Feat!