Is Anyone Home? An exhibition exploring childhood in Singapore by Superhero Me

Is Anyone Home? An exhibition exploring childhood in Singapore by Superhero Me

WHEN
17 – 31 January 2018
VENUE
National Museum of Singapore
OPENING HOURS
Opens Daily 10am–7pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://www.superherome.sg

Is Anyone Home? An exhibition exploring childhood in Singapore by Superhero Me

Is Anyone Home? is an exhibition on childhood by Superhero Me, an inclusive arts movement which works with children from diverse backgrounds. It explores the worlds of six children through mixed media work and aspires to seed questions about a child’s identity.

Embracing inclusion is Superhero Me’s artistic choice. It believes that inclusion broadens the repertoire of the human experience for those involved and is ultimately, a wildly creative act.

On weekends, Superhero Me will run inclusive art programmes to inspire courage and curiosity.

Is Anyone Home? is with supported by Lien Foundation and SG Enable, with venue support by the National Museum of Singapore.

Let's Have a Party!, 2017. Image courtesy of Jean Loo/Superhero Me
The Substation
20 January 2018
As part of her Walking Workshop with art and design students from various institutions, Amanda will revisit the 1999 version of Let’s Walk in a live performance with the student-participants, beginning at The Substation and ending at the Merlion Park.