Over the next two weeks ARTWALK Little India 2019 will offer kid-friendly sensory play, a new batch of street art murals, and free arts workshops
Looking for something fun, free and a little bit different to do this weekend, mama? Today marks the start of ARTWALK Little India, an annual multi-disciplinary public art project set in Singapore’s iconic Little India precinct.
Running from 18 January through 2 February, this year’s theme is Image and Sound of Fragrance. ARTWALK Little India will feature wall murals, storytelling, exhibitions and performances, immersing audiences in the rich culture of the buzzing heritage district.
Highlights include a free guided walking tour of Little India’s legendary street art murals, including new signature pieces from artists ZERO and Shah Rizzal as well as students from LASALLE College of the Arts. Of course, thanks to the handy event map families can also explore on their own at any time!
Other kid-friendly entertainment will include a range of dynamic music and dance performances (kids can even try their hand at creating their own music with a two-headed mridangam drum), as well as art workshops like stencil-making and natural pigment creation. There will also be a free Bharatanatyam dance workshop open to anyone age 12 and above.
Click here for the full line-up of programmes, mama, as many require pre-registration.
ARTWALK Little India 2019 runs from 18 January through 2 February, 2019
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