I visited the Christian Lacroix Exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore with Maya today. I was very excited to be visiting and was totally bowled over by the creativity of the costumes and the beautiful layout of the exhibition. It was very dark as we walked in; the lights are turned down and the walls are black, so it felt very dramatic and sophisticated.
There is a space half way through the exhibition where children (actually adults were having as much fun with it today) can use templates to cut out and colour paper costumes for dolls. There are swabs of material they can feel and lots of draws full of mysterious surprises.
The children's workshops available are:
I can be a Fashion Designer
A creative workshop for parents and children aged 3 to 6 years old
Inspired by Christian Lacroix the costumier exhibition & co-developed with Toybox Edu-tainment
A children’s interactive tour of the Christian Lacroix the costumier exhibition.
For ages 7 to 12 years old
S$4 Senior (above 60 years old) & NSF
Free for all students with a student pass.
Free admission for children 6 years and under.
Free entry to all galleries for seniors, every Monday.
For more information about the exhibition and it's workshops, go to the National Museum of Singapore website