Exhibition
10am - 6pm
Free admission

Children’s Season at the National Museum of Singapore returns with another fun-filled exhibition to celebrate the June school holidays. Join us at Masak Masak 2015 which features familiar playgrounds, interactive installations by Singaporean and international artists including Jeremy Hiah, Mademoiselle Maurice and Crystal Wagner.

Don’t miss the engaging performances and family-oriented activities as well. Let your young ones play at the museum and have fun! Suitable for children aged 3 to 7.
As part of Children's Season 2015.

Here are some highlights from this year's edition of Masak Masak.

Playgrounds on the Lawn
Available for play every Sat & Sun, 10am to 12pm & 4pm to 6pm

Have a bouncing good time at these massive inflatable playgrounds inspired by familiar mosaic playgrounds in the 1970s and 80s!

Spectrum of Paper
by Mademoiselle Maurice (France)

Step into a rainbow wonderland at the Rotunda and immerse yourselves in a kaleidoscope of colourful, suspended origami boats and planes!

Queen of the Forest
by Jeremy Hiah (Singapore)

Be enthralled by Jeremy Hiah’s re-creation of an enchanting tale of nature via an installation of puppets in Queen of the Forest! Don't miss the special performance!

Simple Pleasures in Life &
Life’s Best Journey is with The One You Love
by Jeanette Aw (Singapore)

Colour in the drawings and bring them to life with your kids at Simple Pleasures in Life. Discover what it means to be truly happy.

Wanderlust
by Crystal Wagner (U.S.A.)

Together with your young ones, immerse yourself in this fantastical forest world created from simple daily materials.

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Dancing Solar Flowers
by Alexandre Dang (France)

By blending renewable energy with art, Alexandre Dang breathes life into a field of flowers and transforming it into a beautiful, hypnotic piece of work.

Luma-City
by NUS Industrial Design (Singapore)

Let your kids’ imaginations run wild in this immersive space filled with larger-than-life toy vehicles! Give the toys a little push and watch them come alive with luminous magic.

For a complete list of interactive installations and activities, download our Storybook-Guide to plan your fun-filled day at Masak Masak now!

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Masak Masak Programmes

Artist Workshop by Mademoiselle Maurice
Fun with origami!

Transform a simple piece of paper into a work of art at this fun and interactive origami workshop! Get creative and be inspired by French artist Mademoiselle Maurice as she guides you and your young one in the intricate art of paper folding.

Parent and child 4 to 7 years old
Date:
 30 May (Sat) & 31May (Sun)
Time: 10.30am (1.5 hr session)
Venue: Seminar Room, Level 2
Admission: $20 per ticket (excludes SISTIC booking fee)

Each ticket admits one parent-and-child (4 to 7 years old) pair and includes all materials needed for the workshop. Each workshop is limited to 10 parent-and-child pairs. Tickets available at SISTIC.

Child 8 to 12 years old
Date: 
30 May (Sat) & 31May (Sun)
Time: 1.30pm (2 hr session)
Venue: Seminar Room, Level 2
Admission: $12 per ticket (excludes SISTIC booking fee)

Each ticket admits one child between the ages of 8 to 12 years old and includes all materials needed for the workshop. Each workshop is limited to 20 participants. Tickets available at SISTIC.

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Artist Workshop by Jeremy Hiah
Shadow Puppetry – Let’s Play & Learn!

Join Singaporean artist Jeremy Hiah in this fun and interactive workshop and give your child a chance to create his or her own story using shadow puppetry! Inspired by Javanese wayang kulit, the workshop brings your child’s story to life with characters from an Asian folk tale and sheds light on the traditional art form.

Date: 6, 13, 20 & 27 Jun
Time: 10.30am (1.5 hr session)
Venue: Seminar Room, Level 2
Admission: $20 per ticket (excludes SISTIC booking fee)

Each ticket admits one parent-and-child (4 - 7 years old) pair and is inclusive of all materials needed for the workshop. Each workshop is limited to 15 parent-and-child pairs. Tickets available at SISTIC.

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Joint Picture Joins Hearts: An Art Therapy Workshop

A Lighter Side of History presents Joint Picture Joins Hearts, an art therapy workshop that explores art as a form of communication. Be inspired by history and join us for an afternoon of creative expression through painting and drawing with your child or grandchild. Facilitated by experienced art therapists, this workshop encourages the sharing of experiences between generations, while inculcating the importance of valuing and respecting others.

Date: 30 May (Sat)
Time: 10am (ages 4 - 7 years old) & 12pm (ages 10 - 12 years old)
Venue: CREATE Space at PLAY@NMS
Admission: Free. Registration is required. Please email your name, contact number and number of attendees to nhb_nm_lecture@nhb.gov.sg


Beat the heat with Momolato

Momolato makes a cool comeback to Children’s Season at the museum over the June holiday! Just for the occasion, they’ve created a special gelato flavour – Masak Masak – that’s guaranteed to be a hit with the young and the young-at-heart.

Visit their little ice-cream pushcart from on the museum front lawn every Sat and Sun (10am - 6pm; 30 May till 28 Jun) and beat the heat with these ice-cold treats!

Family Time

Take a trip through 700 years of Singapore's history with your little ones with our Family Time Guide to find out how life in this Lion City has changed over the centuries. On your journey, you will meet various historical figures as well as landmark objects in each phase of Singapore's history. Explore how people from different communities used to live, their aspirations and how they helped shape the Singapore we see today.

Museum guide

Download our museum guide (English, Chinese, Bahasa Melayu, Tamil) to find out about the many treasures in our various galleries. In this guide, you will also find the floor plan for easier navigation. Enjoy your visit!

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