The Singapore Art Museum’s SAM Late Nights returns this June, July and August in conjunction with the ‘Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time’ exhibition!

Image Credit: SAM Late Nights

The programme takes place on the second Friday of every month. The next few SAM Late Nights will be held on 8 June, 13 July and 10 August 2018.

Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time

‘Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time’ is Singapore Art Museum’s eighth edition of their annual family-friendly exhibition.

Image Credit: Met A Space Pod

The ongoing exhibition dives in and explores the myths and theories that shape our memories as well as the relationship between time and space through immersive and interactive artworks by artists from the region and around the world.

Image Credit: Met A Space Pod

The exhibition will be at the Singapore Art Museum from 6 May to 26 August 2018.

SAM Late Nights

From June to August, the second Friday of each month will be extra special.

SAM Late Nights offers free access to the Singapore Art Museum till 9pm, as well as free entry to their latest exhibition, ‘Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time’.

There will also be al-fresco food and drinks from 6 to 10pm. Don’t miss out on the craft beer and wine pop-up by Standing Sushi Bar.

While you dine, why not be entertained by live readings inspired by the ‘Imaginarium’ exhibition, from Singaporean poets Iain Lim, Samuel Caleb Wee, Marylyn Tan, Patricia Karunungan and Crispin Rodrigues, from 7 to 8pm.

Take part in ‘Imaginarium’ art discussions from 8.30 to 8.45pm and enjoy live performances by Falling Feathers, ARNT and Ocean’s Children!

Image Credit: Falling Feathers
Image Credit: Ocean’s Children

Falling Feathers will be performing on 8 June and ARNT on 13 July 2018. Ocean’s Children will take the stage on 10 August 2018.

Once again, SAM Late Night entry is free for all. Entry for Singaporean citizens and Permanent Residents is free while other visitors don’t have to pay for entry on Friday evenings from 6pm to 9pm.

Don’t miss out on this limited-time event!

SAM Late Nights
Venue: 
Singapore Art Museum, 8 Queen Street, Singapore 188535
Date: 8 Jun, 13 Jul, 10 Aug 2018
Price: Free
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