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The Parkview Museum Singapore: July and August Highlights

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The Parkview Museum Singapore opened in March, 2017 with an aim of adding to the local art scene by hosting contemporary art exhibitions. Entry is open to the public and free, with the objective to encourage the appreciation of art in everyday life.

July: Photographer Talk by Aaron Wong

Saturday, 15 July from 5 to 7pm

Aaron Wong is one of the most published and recognised underwater photographers in Asia. His images have been featured on the covers of international dive publications like Scuba Diving (USA), Asian Geographic, as well as Scuba Diver Australasia where he contributes as a field editor.

August: Movie screening of Racing Extinction

Saturday, 12 August from 7.30 – 9.30pm

Directed by Oscar®-winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove), the docu-movie gives a voice to the thousands of species at risk of extinction, as an unlikely team of activists is out to expose the worlds of endangered species across the globe where they are shown pushing boundaries by infiltrating notorious black markets with guerrilla-style tactics or exploring the scientific causes affecting changes to the environment. Beverages and light nibbles will be available for purchase and interested viewers are encouraged to register in advance.

Ongoing: On Sharks & Humanity – Artists in Action

Exhibition closes on 9 September, 2017

The exhibition features artists from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany and the United States, The artworks explore and analyse the interdependent relationship between sharks, the ocean, and human beings. These artists’ works make use of the richness of various media in presenting the theme’s diversity.


Venue details

600 North Bridge Road
Parkview Square, level 3
Mondays – Saturdays, 12:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Information provided by The Parkview Museum Singapore.

Interested visitors should view their website for updated exhibitions, events and timing.

Picture credit: The Parkview Museum Singapore and Artist Na Wei

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