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National Gallery of Singapore Children’s Festival: Small Big Dreamers

Everyone has the right to have a big dream. In fact, there is no age limit for dreaming. Through dreams, you will also be taken to amazing places that will motivate you to express and give yourself the courage to be greater. Where can you find the best place to imagine your dreams?One of them is at the Singapore Children’s Festival National Gallery: Small Big Dreamers.

National Gallery's Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers
Photo source: National Gallery Singapore

Every year, this children’s festival is inspired by artists. The “dreamer” who became the inspiration for this year was Singaporean artist Lee Wen who is a performing artist and winner of the Singapore Cultural Medal. There will be five artists and an interactive art exhibition that will enliven this event. In addition, you can also take part in various interesting activities with the baby such as family workshops, guided tours, film screenings, and much more.

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Everyone has the right to have a big dream. In fact, there is no age limit for dreaming. Through dreams, you will also be taken to amazing places that will motivate you to express and give yourself the courage to be greater. Where can you find the best place to imagine your dreams?One of them is at the Singapore Children’s Festival National Gallery: Small Big Dreamers.

National Gallery's Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers
Photo source: National Gallery Singapore

Every year, this children’s festival is inspired by artists. The “dreamer” who became the inspiration for this year was Singaporean artist Lee Wen who is a performing artist and winner of the Singapore Cultural Medal. There will be five artists and an interactive art exhibition that will enliven this event. In addition, you can also take part in various interesting activities with the baby such as family workshops, guided tours, film screenings, and much more.

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