This year’s festival will have over 60 experiences to immerse yourself in.
The Light to Night Festival has opened at the National Gallery, with over 60 experiences to immerse yourself in.
Running from Jan 14 to Feb 3, the festival will take place at multiple locations in the town area, including the Esplanade, Funan, and even the Padang.
While all art installations and light projections are free-of-charge, some programmes are ticketed, such as the ongoing Nam June Paik exhibition.
Apart from installations and exhibitions, other free-of-charge activities include Augmented Reality (AR) exhibitions at the National Gallery, as well as live performances by local artists on the weekends, such as Sezairi, Inch, lewloh, and stand-up comedian Kumar.
There is also a festival market at the National Gallery with various craft-making activities, including an aura photobooth, art journalling, and personality-inspired claw machines. Some local small businesses have also been invited down to set up their stores there.
The National Gallery’s opening hours have also been extended to 10pm on the weekends for those planning to visit the festival in the evening.
The full list of festival programmes can be found here.
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