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Going Play-ces

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Start:
15 May 2018 @ 10.00 am
End:
28 April 2019 @ 6.00 pm
Website:
http://www.playeum.com/going-playces

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Venue

Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity
Block 47 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks #01-21 to #01-23
Singapore 109444
Phone:
6262 0750

Playeum’s fifth hands-on interactive exhibition “GOING PLAY-CES: A Wanderful Exploration of New Lands” is open from 15 May 2018 to 28 April 2019!

Co-created by Playeum, Participate In Design and artists from D/SINI and The Animal Book Co, this exhibition gives visitors opportunities to navigate and explore Play-ces through various landscapes such as the sea, jungle, city and beyond. Children will experience and engage with their imagination, while thinking about sustainability, innovation and the role of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) in everyday life and the future.

Find out more about the spaces within the exhibition:

Evolving Ocean
How much plastic do we throw into our oceans? What devastating effect does plastic pollution have on our seas and marine life?

Homeland
Greeted by an assortment of materials that can be found in homes, visitors get to find out more about the exhibition and to discover new play-ces.

Land of Light
Inspired by the sun, the Land of Light stirs children’s visual senses and invites them to explore opacity, imagine and play with colours in varied forms through interaction with light structures.

The Beyond
A journey in space beyond reality and an infinite interplay of light, color, patterns and symmetry allows children to discover what is not obvious to the common eye!

Jungaloo
Children get to step out of their urban comfort zone and into nature.

Scrapper City
Children have the opportunity come together to think, imagine and collaborate of how to use everyday materials in a new light. From large scrap items such as tubes, hoses, tires, and pipes, to other items that are often regarded as trash, there is more to it than just reinvention in this space.

The Future Maker Space
The space encourages them to search through different types of industrial and electronic waste, and imagine how items can be deconstructed, reinvented and transformed to breathe new life.

Date: 15 May 2018 to 28 April 2019, Tues – Sun
Time: 10 am to 6 pm

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