This year’s theme champions the collective pursuit of new perspectives and states of mind to gain a better understanding of how the world has evolved in the “new normal”.
The Light to Night Festival returns in January 2020 with two weekends of installations, performances and food. This fourth edition of the Festival is based on the theme Invisible Cities, celebrated across five of the Civic District’s most iconic cultural institutions: National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House, Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall and Esplanade.
Thinking of where to bring the young ones during the June school holidays?
The annual urban art event, Light to Night Festival 2019 is back with 2 editions over 6 weeks at the Civic District.
You can expect this year’s Night Festival to be a modest edition but there will be plenty of interactive installations within the arts and heritage district. Ultimately, admission to the festival is FREE!
Do you dare to dream big?
The iconic Singapore Night Festival is back for its 10th edition with theme of ‘Ten Magical Years’. Here’s what you can expect at the festival grounds.
Sustainable light art festival i Light Marina Bay is back! The festival, started in 2010 has been a biennial event and has grown in scale. The good news is, this light festival will take place annually from now on! i Light Marina Bay features 25 art installations from various countries.