Memories of Singapore River

Memories of Singapore River

WHEN
19 January – 2 February 2019
VENUE
Asian Civilisations Museum
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, East Garden Foyer
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Singapore River Cruise (Board at Fullerton Hotel Kiosk)
OPENING HOURS
Asian Civilisations Museum Screenings (Hourly)
19 January, 4pm–6pm
20 & 27 January, 11am–6pm
25 & 26 January / 1 & 2 February, 2pm–9pm
Ticketed

Singapore River Cruise Screenings (Hourly)
19 & 20 January, 7pm, 8pm and 9pm
25 January, 3pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
26 January, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
Ticketed

Exhibition at The Fullerton Hotel
19 January–2 February, 12pm–8pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
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Memories of Singapore River

Back in the day, as thousands of bumboats bustled about the Singapore River lined with godowns, labourers toiled diligently while drenched in perspiration. 

Moved by these scenes, artists took to their brushes, crafting vivid masterpieces that brimmed with emotion. Memories of Singapore River transports us back to simpler times through paintings and conversations with our veteran painters Lim Tze Peng, Tan Choh Tee, Low Puay Hua, as well as other Singaporeans who resided along the river.

Memories of Singapore River is a documentary film presented in Mandarin with English subtitles. 

There will also be a special exhibition Memories of Singapore River: Paintings by Local Artists held in conjunction at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore by artcommune gallery, and outdoor sketch sessions by Singapore Watercolour Society and Urban Sketchers Singapore at the Singapore River.

Singapore River Outdoor Sketch Sessions 
20 & 26 January

Screening and Dialogue Session with Director at Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
24 January, 7pm

To register for the Asian Civilisations Museum Screenings, please visit here.
To register for the Singapore River Cruise Screenings, please visit here.
To register for the Screening and Dialogue Session with Director, please visit here.

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