IMPACT 0026: INTERLOGUE AT THE MUSEUM
Fresh graduate Tay Yu Qing, 24, used the unconventional social space of the museum to facilitate intergenerational conversations. She designed a museum program with opportunities for both old and young to share their stories whilst touring the exhibits, and her work has helped connect generations and forge more intimate connections amongst Singaporeans.
“I REALISED YOUNG CHILDREN LOVE TO HEAR STORIES WHILE ELDERLY FOLKS LOVE TO SHARE THEIR STORIES.”
“MORE THAN JUST EDUCATIONAL SPACES, I ALWAYS BELIEVE THAT MUSEUMS ARE ALSO SOCIAL PLACES.”