Past Exhibitions

Since 2015, the Children's Centre for Creativity has presented hands-on exhibitions of varying themes.

Find out more about our past hands-on exhibitions below:

THE ART OF SPEED
15 September 2015 to
3 April 2016

Children explored the essence of speed through diverse sensory and open-ended environments. The experience was based around four different but interconnected spaces that allowed for inspiration to travel in all directions.

1.

The Art of Speed

Creative Director:

Dr Isabelle Desjeux

Artists Involved:

Clio Ding, Debra Raymond, Mahyuddin Chan, Nova Nelson, Patricia Zahnbrecher, Richard Kearns 

HIDEAWAYS-
CREATING WITH NATURE
15 April 2016 to 
30 October 2016

An immersive experience which invited children to explore, innovate and engage with nature and natural materials through hands-on exhibits and interactive artists’ installations. Each installation provided an interdisciplinary and engaging experience serving as an important reminder of the world’s ecosystem.

2.

Hideaways;

Creating with Nature

Creative Director:

Jeremy Chu

Artists Involved:

Barthomolew Ting, Eve Tan, Isabelle Desjeux, Lea Vidakovic, Madhvi Subrahmanian, Richard Kearns, Shogun Creatives, The People's Atelier

The exhibition provided unique environments and installations, within which children can create their own stories and immerse themselves in stories from different cultures. It fed children's imaginations, promoted creative literacy, encouraged social and emotional development and offered unrivalled opportunities for story-building and role-play. 

A WORLD FULL
OF STORIES
15 November 2016 to 
30 April 2017

3.

A World Full of Stories

Creative Director:

Anna Salaman

Artists Involved:

Barthomolew Ting, Cheryl Gan, Clio Ding, Evan Tan, Kiran Shah, Kamini Ramachandran, Karen Lee, Lea Vidakovic, Mika, Nancy Leppard, Roger Jenkins, Rosemarie Somaiah, Sheila Wee, Therese Heng, Weiling

Focused on dreaming rooms, making spaces and creating places, ‘Making It Home’ celebrated the home as a source of creativity, artistry and thinking. The exhibition allowed children and parents to experience the home as a place where many ordinary materials can have multiple purposes and support imagination, innovation and sustainability. 

MAKING IT HOME
16 May 2017  to 
29 April 2018

4.

Making It Home

Creative Director:

Dr Esther Joosa

Artists Involved:

Benjamin Ho, Cheryl Gan, Imran Mohamad, Joshua Tan, Joyotee Chaudhury, Therese Heng, Vanessa Suhaimi, Zakia Lee

Co-created by Playeum, Participate In Design and artists from D/SINI and The Animal Book Co, this exhibition invites all to explore Play-ces through various landscapes such as the sea, jungle, city and beyond. Children will experience and engage with their imagination, while thinking about sustainability, innovation and the role of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) in everyday life and the future.

GOING PLAY-CES
15 May 2018 to 
28 April 2019

5.

Going Play-ces

Creative Team:

Participate In Design, Playeum, D/SINI, The Animal Book Co along with educators, scientists, makers, engineers in focus group