Weekends at The Artground – 23rd and 24th November – The Artground


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Weekends at The Artground – 23rd and 24th November

Weekends at The Artground – 23rd and 24th November

From 4th October 2019 till 22nd March 2020, we present The Curious Sky by Ng Fongyee, a multi-sensory arts space inspired by elements of the weather. We often talk about the weather, but have we ever truly experienced the full spectrum of what it can bring? Come and join us to sing in the rain, dance with the rainbow, hear the thunder rumble or simply look up for the endless possibilities The Curious Sky brings you. Entry into The Artground itself is free and donations are encouraged.

Drop-in Programmes
This weekend, The Artground is organising a variety of age-specific drop-in programmes that participants will get to enjoy on a first come, first served basis, inside our Whitebox. Each programme will be charged at $10 per parent-child pair, which you can pay in the queue just before the programme starts. There is no registration for these activities as they are first come, first served (unless stated otherwise). An announcement will be made 5 mins before each programme and the first XX number of children in the queue will get to enjoy the programme (XX refers to the age-specified & capacity of the programme, ie A Tiny Beat is for the first 20 children between 3 – 5 years).

Please see schedule below for the programmes this weekend. There will be no need to pre-register on our website for entry into The Artground. Parents and carers will just need to register on our portable tablets on site.

Time: 23rd November, Saturday 24th November, Sunday
10.30am Little Green Thumbs – Seed Dumplings by Cultivate Central (2 - 3 years) Cardboard City (Pre-walking babies)
11.30am Little Green Thumbs – Yummy Microgreens by Cultivate Central (4 years and up) Terrific Tales by The Storytelling Centre Ltd - Turkey Tales (3 - 7 years)
2.30pm A Tiny Beat by My Piano Room (3 - 5 years) Baby Beat by Kulcha Pop (8 - 36 months)
3.30pm Thumpety Thump by Bounch and The Band (5 years and up) Rainbow Cloud by art@homesg (3 years and up)
4.30pm Let's Bag It! by Harng (3 years and up) Faraway Lands by Asteroid 325 (4 – 6 years)

Programmes are 30 mins and drop-in unless otherwise stated.

Little Green Thumbs – Seed Dumplings by Cultivate CentralChildren will get to make their own seed balls with a concoction of clay, compost, coco peat and seeds to form a seed dumpling in their favourite shapes and grow them at home with just a few simple steps.

Little Green Thumbs – Yummy Microgreens by Cultivate CentralIn this workshop, children will create and design their own upcycled pot, and mix their own compost/soil, and bring home their own harvest of microgreens!

A Tiny Beat by My Piano Room:A sharing of musical concepts and rhythm through music, movement and games for young children.

Thumpety Thump by Bounch and the Band: A fun and energetic percussive experience where kids get to try hand held instruments and jam with the band.

Let’s Bag It! by Harng: Express your creativity by designing your own totebag using fabric scraps!

Cardboard City: An exploration for pre-walking babies to inhabit and extend their spatial awareness amongst the everyday materials in this City designed just for them.

Terrific Tales by The Storytelling Centre Ltd – Turkey Tales: The perfect introduction to the art of storytelling especially for little listeners. Gobble gobble! There’s turkey trouble! It is time for Thanksgiving and all the turkeys have come up with a plan. Listen to our Young Storyteller share some turkey tales.

Baby Beat by Kulcha Pop: A cozy performance of classical music favourites with classic and/or ethnic instruments for the youngest of audiences.

Rainbow Cloud by art@homesg: Craft your own rainbow in the clouds wind chime! We’ll be learning the colours of the rainbow, and adding them to a fluffy white cloud.

Faraway Lands by Asteroid 325Come create captivating poems with us and experience the magic of performing your own poetry! Each session follows a different theme, allowing children to float away into new (and maybe even faraway) worlds, with the help of their imagination.