3 October – Singapore through the eyes of a child – a multi-media art exhibition

10 Sep 2015


To celebrate Singapore's 50 glorious years and EtonHouse's 20th anniversary, the children of EtonHouse, E-Bridge and Hampton have put together a multi-media art exhibition reflecting their unique perspectives of Singapore.

Symbolic languages such as painting, sculpting, writing etc. offer endless possibilities to children to express their thinking and understanding of the world around them. Supported and encouraged by educators, the children expressed themselves confidently through a myriad of “languages” including construction, photography, writing, clay and wire sculpting and the creative use of other open ended materials to produce an inspiring display of their interpretations of Singapore.

The exhibition would be held in EtonHouse Sentosa, Singapore’s first heritage pre-school which has a ‘heritage centre’ that offers young children a unique perspective of history and at the same time initiates many new discoveries and learning that enrich their early years in myriad ways.

Parents and children are invited to hands-on, creative and sensory experiences including a neuroceramics workshop (clay sculpting) and canvas painting.

Immerse yourself in a child's world and provoke your senses in this inspiring heritage pre-school!

Date: 3 October

Time: 10am - 5pm

Location: EtonHouse International Pre-School, Sentosa (33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099981)

*We believe that the right to education and healthcare is fundamental and should be accessible to every child. There would be a silent charity auction of artwork with proceeds going to EtonHouse Community Fund, a Registered Charity, to benefit children from under-privileged backgrounds. Join us as we make a meaningful difference to their lives.

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