ACT 3 International Presents Children of Asia 2011
Artisans and performers from Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Maldives, Pakistan and Vietnam will be putting up an intriguing lineup of performances, exhibitions, interactive workshops and handicraft demonstrations comprising song, dance, artifacts, pottery, handloom weaving, silver craft and more—in a nutshell, a fun, enriching learning experience. March 12 to 19, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m, Raffles City Level 3. Free admission.
Did you know that the term “animation” means “to breathe life into”? Big Bio by American artist Eileen Reynolds is a film project using the classic stop motion animation technique to tell the story of a scientist giving life to a clay child. It consists of digital prints, a short film and puppets. Bringing to mind a modern day Frankenstein, this one’s perfect for kids who enjoy both sci-fi and art. March 4 to 20 at The Substation Gallery. Free Admission.
Four of Disney’s best-loved stories come to life in this dazzling ice skating production—go on a thrill ride with Lightning McQueen and the crew of Disney/Pixar’s Cars race, dive into The Little Mermaid’s enchanting undersea kingdom and experience the “Circle of Life” with The Lion King. Finally, enter into the mystical world of Pixie Hollow with Tinker Bell and her posse of fairies, and get lost amid the special effects and high-speed stunts. March 17 to 20 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. S$15.50 to S$80.50 from SISTIC.