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For Families

Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health

3 - 30 May • 10:00am

Responding to traditional healing practices across different ethnicities and cultures, three contemporary artists present newly commissioned digital artworks.

This is What We Eat At Home - An Online Photo Exhibition

7 - 30 May • 10:00am • Boon Lay

Follow six unique youths from culturally diverse backgrounds as they embark on a mission to document their families’ go-to home-cooked meals in a bid to preserve their heritage. Join us as we take you on a digital exhibition through the heartland of Boon Lay to view the uplifting stories of these youths.

Brush, Brush, Brush Your Teeth

Wielding 10-cents toothbrushes, school-going children once squatted along drains to brush their teeth. Learn more about this Dental Health campaign in the 60s to 70s by joining a mummy and daughter duo in their short story and sing-along!

Sing Along - A Tummy Quest!

Are you a foodie hoping to impart your love for local dishes to your young ones? This interactive sing-along by Wigglepods could kick-start your child’s very own food journey.

Artist Panel: In Sickness and In Health

23 May • 11:00am

In this panel, contemporary artists Adeline Kueh, Divaagar and ila will share the concepts and processes involved in developing their newly commissioned digital artworks for Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health.

Behind Our Farms - A Video Documentary

Traverse land and sea in this deep dive of the nation’s various farming operations. The documentary features Hay Dairies, Kin Yan Agrotech and Ah Hua Kelong.

Bingo Balestier Hunt: Modern Women of Yesteryear

3 - 30 May • 10:00am

Download our Bingo Sheet and kick-start your photo hunt journey to discover more about the women of yesteryear!

Culinary Activity Trail

3 - 31 May • 10:00am • Asian Civilisation Museum

Visit the galleries and learn about culinary objects from the past.

Food and Community: Self-care Culture - A Touch of Warmth

Cooking at home tends to be a rather personal affair but Claire Teo, a visually-impaired thespian, is inviting you into her kitchen for a one-of-a-kind multisensory cooking experience . In this pre-recorded video, Claire will use her sense of smell and touch to shop at a wet market before returning home to prepare dishes close to her heart.

Food and Therapy: Self-care Culture - A Touch of Clemency

This calming workshop encourages you to explore the nooks and crannies of your home for materials to recreate toys of yesteryear. Walk down memory lane with Dr Dawn-joy Leong as she guides you through this soothing soundscaping and crafting workshop.