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Embark on a bumboat trail at the museum with your little ones this #ChildrensSeason! Visit historical sites along the river's banks, and discover more about each site through hands-on play, such as writing a postcard to your loved ones or staging a puppet show for your family. Definitely a moment worth capturing! #bumboat #sgfamily #museumsg #singapore

Roaming around in the National Museum of Singapore today. #TeenageMagazine #NationalMuseumSG #museumsg #lebestiaire

A visit to the museum can be fun for the little one! Here, Asher is perched on what seems to be a stack of books on the Firewalk: A Bridge Of Embers, an installation at the National Gallery Children's Biennale which reveals the excavations of the former Supreme Court building below. Looks like a scene from Harry Potter doesn't it? #thenationalgallery #museumsg

We have been busy working on an exciting collaboration project with National Heritage Board @nhb_sg We are creating a scarves collection inspired by the museums and selected artefacts from the National Collection. It has been an amazing journey where we have got the chance to learn more about Singapore heritage and stories. We love meeting so many passionate people who have been working tirelessly to preserve a part of Singapore history. The collection will be launched in August 2017. We can't wait to show you. Stay tuned #nhbsg @natmuseum_sg @malayheritage @acm_sg @ihcsg

Go check out the Kusama exhibition if you haven't already! It's one of the best local exhibitions I've ever seen 💕💕 Most of the time I wish I lived in Tokyo that has tons of awesome shows every week, or even Europe with all the master pieces - as fascinating as a dream 😍😍 but hey at least our nation is trying very hard 😜 @nationalgallerysingapore

The Department of Textile Conservation at The Metropolitan Museum of Art cares for more than 30,000 textiles in The Met collection. Conservator Cristina Carr demonstrates an advanced digital microscope. In back, from left to right: Conservator in Charge Janina Poskrobko and Conservator Emilia Cortes of The Met; along with the Peranakan Museum team. #PeranakanMuseum #Peranakan #TPMsg #museumsg #museums

"I was trying to fight against males-it was like my own art therapy." #YayoiKusama diffuses the power of aggressive masculine presence by remaking the phallic form #sgloveskusama. Yayoi Kusama - Life is the Heart of a Rainbow opens tomorrow at the @nationalgallerysingapore

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fit my name fong @acm_sg joeson last day of joeson exhibition #singaporemuseum #museumsg #sgmuseum

Feedback and engagement session earlier today with the Peranakan Association Singapore. #revamp #peranakan #PeranakanMuseum #TPMsg #museum #museumsg #culture #art #history #heritage #community #Singapore

In less than a week, our FB posting on Javanese batik making has reached over 400K people and been shared more than 3K times! #noboost #peranakan #PeranakanMuseum #TPMsg #singapore #museumsg #museum #batik #textile #fashion #art #culture #heritage #Indonesia #Java

We are seeking passionate and energetic volunteers to provide meaningful support to the Museum's upcoming education outreach and public engagement programmes. Apply today at info@parkviewmuseum.com #parkviewmuseumsg

Playing with balls #naughty

I do believe in fairies. I do. I do. @trickeyemuseumsg

Studio photograph of a bridal couple. Indonesia. Early 20th century. Gift of Mr and Mrs Lee Kip Lee, Peranakan Museum Singapore. #Peranakan #PeranakanMuseum #TPMsg #museum #museumsg #history #heritage #art #culture #fashion #wewearculture #googleartsculture

Multi-generation wedding studio photograph of Peranakan family. Singapore or Malaysia. Early 20th century. Gift of Mr and Mrs Lee Kip Lee, Peranakan Museum Singapore. #Peranakan #PeranakanMuseum #TPMsg #museum #museumsg #wedding #portrait #photograph #fashion #multigenerational #Singapore #art #culture #wewearculture #googleartproject #googleartsculture

當媽媽後📱記憶體完全都是女兒👧
要不然就是一直瘋狂跟女兒拍照📷
今天放一下自已的自拍照吧!!!!
#海嘯放吧 😂
今天去2⃣️個museum
下禮拜還要再去一次museum
然後我不是新加坡人/公民
進去需要$$$😂😂😂😂
女兒跟老公都🆓🤗 #taiwanmama#sglife#sgmama
#familyday#museumsg#Babywalks
#smile#niceday☀️#

“不管什么题材,一定要怜悯角色的立场。“ Yesterday evening, over 100 guests gathered for a lively discussion between award winning Taiwanese director Wei Te-Sheng and Singaporean director Chai Yee Wei. After the panel discussion, the film veteran also imparted valuable advice to aspiring filmmakers, sharing with them the value of empathy, his experiences and career trajectory. The programme is proudly supported by the Taiwan Embassy in Singapore. For more event photos, please visit our Facebook Page at #ParkviewMuseumSG #OnSharksandHumanity #parkviewartsaction

Full house at Behind the Lens with @a_a_r_o_n_s at #ParkviewMuseumSG. Fun Trivia: Every year in the region, more than three million sharks are unsustainably slaughtered for the cruel shark fin trade. Indonesia alone exports an estimated 100,000 tons of dismembered shark parts every year. #OnSharksandHumanity

This weekend, enjoy a quiet moment under the "tree" in the Singapore History Gallery, and rediscover the wonders of our rich natural heritage through sights, sounds and smells. #nationalmuseumsg #museumsg #exploresg #nature

A pair of embroidered curtains for the bridal bed. Indonesia, late 19th or early 20th century. This is a pair of bridal bed curtains that would have been hung at the front of the wedding bed. These embroideries would have been made in China and imported to Indonesia and the Straits Settlements. Auspicious motifs like the mythical qilin often decorate these curtains as they symbolize felicitous offspring. Bed curtains would often be tied back to the bed posts by silver hooks.This is an important and diverse collection of Peranakan Chinese beadwork and embroidery from Indonesia. It contains unusual forms of beadwork and embroidery and are reflective of the fondness that Peranakan Chinese throughout Southeast Asia have for bright colours and ornate decorations. #Peranakan #PeranakanMuseum #TPMsg #museum #museumsg #history #heritage #art #culture #Indonesia

Peranakan couple cutting their wedding cake. Singapore, early to mid 20th century. The adoption of Western wedding customs and attire in Singapore accelerated in the early 20th century. They were first adopted by the Eurasians and Straits Chinese, followed by the Chinese and Indians. The initial change was largely attributed to the conversion to Christianity. Other possible factors for the adoption and continued popularity of this trend include the desire to be modern, an affordable alternative to the costly traditional wedding attire, and influence from Western education and the mass media. The straight-cut silhouette of the bride’s wedding dress suggests that it was influenced by the flapper dress, which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. #Peranakan #PeranakanMuseum #TPMsg #museum #museumsg #Singapore #wedding #bride #groom #fashion #wewearculture #googleartsculture

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