- exhibition guide Baba Bling, 272 pages, 25 € approx. Singapore Peranakan Museum
- special issue Baba Bling, Beaux-Arts Magazine
salon de lecture
Le salon de lecture consacre une partie de sa programmation et de ses rayonnages autour de l'exposition Baba Bling...
En savoir plus sur les rendez-vous consacrés à l'exposition Baba Bling au salon de lecture
around the Baba Bling exhibition
Along with the exhibition BABA BLING, interior signs of wealth in Singapore, the museum offers several activities for the old and young.
In the exhibition
CHILDREN AREA : BABA STUDIO
Within the exhibition BABA BLING, interior signs of wealth in Singapore, the Baba studio is a playful space where children aged 3 to 12 can touch fabrics, discover unknown smells, listen to a story or music, touch artefacts and have fun discovering the Peranakan culture! Baba studio also has a photo studio where you can put on some costumes and pose for a picture!
What do you eat in Singapore? How do you dress when you get married? To get the answers to these questions, follow Kim! She will show you her Singapore home and invite you on three games showcased on three touch screens throughout the exhibition that will help you better understand the Peranakan lifestyle.
What if you were invited to live with a Singapore Peranakan family? Listen to the secrets of the Babas and Nonyas who lived in this house in the beginning of the 20th century. They will take you on an original immersion voyage to discover their luxurious and refined culture.
In French and English, from 7 year up.
- museum ticket office
- mp3 downloading
- new: download the audio guided Baba Bling visit in your iPhone
Exhibition visits and workshops
* Baba narrated visit, for children 3 years and up
* Singapore narrated visit, for children 6 years and up
* guided tour of the exhibition
* guided tour of the exhibition in French sign language
Saturday 18th December 2010 2 p.m.
* Workshop Baba etiquette, globetrotters in Singapore, for children 6 years and up
8-10 October, 29-31 October and 18-28 November 2010
DISCOVER TODAY’S CONTEMPORARY SINGAPORE CREATION
Cross cultural island bordering China and on the doorstep of Malaysia, the merchant city of Singapore is one of the Pacific Dragons and seems like fertile grounds to new artistic production.
In partnership with the National Arts Council of Singapore, the Singapour Festivarts features some of today’s most creative dance, theatre and musical companies!
SINGAPORE FESTIVARTS WORKSHOPS
* Finger Players workshop - Singapore puppetry, all ages (9 years and up)
Go backstage with the Fingers Players, hand and puppet theatre.
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
* mime workshop with Ramesh Meyyappan, all ages, accessible to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
Discover mime with virtuoso Ramesh Meyyappan!
Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th November 11:30 a.m.
All Saints Day in Singapore
25th to 31st October 2010
WELCOME TO THE PERANAKANS!
The Museum takes you on an exceptional week with the Chinese Diaspora of Singapore. In partnership with the Peranakan museum of Singapore, this week will take you to the heart of the Peranakan culture: initiation to traditional dancing, batik and embroidery demonstrations, Peranakan delicacy tasting, narrated Baba visit: any excuse is good to go on an adventure!