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Stories in Art: King of the Jungle

Storyteller Kamini Ramachandran

Details

Start:
13 January 2018 @ 2.30 pm
End:
14 January 2018 @ 4.00 pm
Website:
https://www.nationalgallery.sg/see-do/programme-detail/701/stories-in-art-king-of-the-jungle

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Venue

Keppel Centre for Art Education
National Gallery Singapore, 1 Saint Andrew's Road, #01–01
Singapore 178957

The lion is a regal character in many folktales and known for his fierce rule over the animal kingdom. But have you heard of the little creatures who tricked the mighty lion? Join master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran as she tells tales inspired by Raden Saleh’s series of paintings Study in Lions.

Ages 4 and above.

Time: 2.30–3pm, 3.30–4pm

This programme is held in conjunction with the exhibition Between Worlds: Raden Saleh and Juan Luna.

Register at the Keppel Centre for Art Education Family Reception from 10am on the day of the programme.

Free.

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FEATURED EVENTS

The True Monkey King

The True Monkey King《真假美猴王》

A fascinating tale adapted from 'Journey to the West', the young will understand the importance of learning from mistakes through a fun and interactive puppetry experience.
PLAYtime! 2018: The Bird Who was Afraid of Heights

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Flutter, flap and fly with Eddie as he attempts the bravest rescue ever in the history of bird-kind! Watch the magic of theatre, music and puppetry unfold right before your eyes in this delightful performance.

Octoburst! 2018

Participate, play and get those imaginative minds fired up at the 16th edition of this three-day celebration of children, bursting with performances, activities, workshops and more. This year, through the magic of theatre, dance and music, we share with our little ones the importance of being inclusive and the values of friendship and family.
AIA Family Fest

AIA Family Fest

Have an exciting day out as a family at AIA Family Fest, happening on 1 September 2018 at Sentosa, Palawan Green!
Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Lost and Found is a funny, charming tale of friendship is the perfect for a younger audience. Based on the international bestseller by Oliver Jeffers, it is brought to life with puppetry, songs and music.
Supermom Baby Fair - End August 2018

Supermom Baby Fair – End August 2018

Mark your calendars for SuperMom - No. 1 Largest Leading Expo Baby Fair from 31 Aug to 2nd Sep at Singapore EXPO.

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