Read between the lines and develop information and media literacy skills at the National Library’s latest permanent exhibition, The News Gallery: Beyond headlines.
Divided into five zones, the exhibition, which features original copies of Singapore’s earliest newspapers and a fun, fake news-busting game for the whole family, encourages library patrons to consider the perspectives and influences that lie behind news stories.
Drawing from the National Library Board’s rich collection of over 120 Singapore newspaper titles published since the 1820s, The News Gallery’s interactive exhibits will be refreshed from time to time. The permanent display at level 11 of the National Library Building is now open to the public.
For more information, please visit the NLB website.
Level 11, Promenade
National Library Building
100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
Mon – Sun: 10:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Closed on Public Holidays
Colour (Y)Our World is SUN-DAC’s first art exhibition showcasing the amazing talents of people with disabilities. Bring your children along to marvel at the beautiful painting artworks together. This is a good chance for children to learn and appreciate the power of dream and hardworking.
E-tickets can be gotten online and free shuttle buses are available to bring you to the event venue. Check it out here.
SUN-DAC is a day activity centre that was set up in 1990 to provide care for people with intellectual, physical, mental, sensory, and learning disabilities. The centre currently has three locations in Singapore.