What To Do During This Phase 3 Weekend (29-31 Jan)


January is almost over, but there’s still plenty to do and see. Here’s what you can look forward to this weekend.
1. Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition
These are the droids you’re looking for at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, which arrives at ArtScience Museum this Saturday for the final stop on its global tour.
Featuring close to 200 authentic props, models, costumes and artwork from the films, the exhibition will take you on a journey through a galaxy far, far away to explore the science of identity via the characters of Star Wars.
As you gain new insight into these familiar faces and the personal choices that shaped their identities, you’ll also delve into the simple yet profound question that awaits you at the end: What force shapes you?
Ring in the Year of the Ox at Moo Moo Park, Asia’s first drive-through art exhibition. Hosted by Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre in collaboration with The MeshMinds Foundation and 8 local artists, this exhibition uses an innovative blend of AR technology and electric vehicles to transform digital drawings into 3D installation art, selfie filters and augmented reality murals. Don’t own a car? Walk-throughs are allowed too.
For a more floral festive celebration, check out Dahlia Dreams at Gardens by the Bay. This year, you can look forward to a vibrant field of 2000 dahlias in mixed varieties, all grown in-house for the first time. In addition, the Flower Dome has been transformed with the addition of other decor like ox and dragon installations, a spectacular lantern globe made with over 200 red lanterns, a traditional Chinese pavilion and more.
4. DiscovHER 2021: Inspiring the NeXXt Generation
Organised in celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, DiscovHER 2021 pays tribute to female scientists, engineers, inventors and other incredible women who participate in and contribute to STEM. This year, you can look forward to a mix of onsite and online activities that dive into scientific breakthroughs in every field conceivable, from astronomy and microbiology to everyday objects like candy and seafood.
5. Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign
Wondering how to celebrate CNY with your kids this year? Why not embark upon an islandwide treasure for uniquely designed red packets? The National Heritage Board’s 2021 Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign features 32 participating museums and galleries, each of which has its own exclusive red packet design – that means 32 limited-edition red packets to collect in total!
If you’re feeling adventurous, challenge yourself by visiting all the venues, which include places like the Asian Civilisations Museum, Former Ford Factory, Singapore Musical Box Museum and more. Don’t worry, you’re not required to purchase entrance tickets for the venues (though you are, of course, encouraged to pay them a visit); just be sure to check the I Love Museums Facebook page for each location’s redemption criteria before you begin museum hopping.
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