In commemoration of Singapore’s 49th birthday, the ArtScience Museum will be offering free admission to the museum for the upcoming National Day weekend. You can visit the museum’s current exhibition, Annie Leibovitz A Photographer’s Life 1990 – 2005, for free on Saturday, 9 August and Sunday, 10 August. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a free guided tour around Annie Leibovitz on Sunday, at 11.30am.
Annie Leibovitz A Photographer’s Life 1990 – 2005 made its Singapore debut at ArtScience Museum on 18 April 2014. Featuring close to 200 photographs, Annie Leibovitz provides a unified narrative of Annie Leibovitz’s private life against the backdrop of her public image. At the heart of the exhibition is the personal memoir of Annie Leibovitz, documenting a particular timeframe within her life, including the loss of close relations, birth and childhood of her three daughters, family vacations, reunions, and close friends. The exhibition will end on 19 October 2014:
Free public programmes activities are also lined up over the weekend for visitors to take part. Both the Cyanotypes and Photograms workshops will be themed with National Day insignia:
Painting with Light: Cyanotype
Sat (09 Aug), 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Learn about one of the oldest photographic processes and create your own ‘blueprint’. (Pre-registration is required 5 minutes prior to workshop)
The Architecture of ArtScience Museum
Sat (09 Aug), 5pm – 6pm
Discover the architectural and environmentally friendly features of ArtScience Museum through a guided tour. (Pre-registration is required 5 minutes prior to tour)
Fun with Photograms
Sun (10 Aug), 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Create photograms in a darkroom setting and develop them using traditional print photography methods. (Pre-registration is required 5 minutes prior to workshop)
Sun (10 Aug), 5pm – 6pm
Find out more about architecture through an interactive tour and hands-on activity using construction materials. (Pre-registration is required 5 minutes prior to tour)
The daily operating hours for ArtScience Museum are 10am – 7pm, last admission is at 6pm.