Thinking of what activities to occupy or engage your children over the weekends? Why not spend a day with them at the Keppel Centre for Art Education, at the National Gallery. Admission is free for all!
Located at Level 1 of the National Gallery’s City Hall Wing, the Keppel Centre for Art Education is the region’s first art education facility specially designed to expose young visitors to the arts. Since its launch in 2015, over 850,000 children, youths and families have enjoyed the exhibits which encourage imagination, creativity and self-led exploration.
The Centre comprises five spaces, namely, the Project Gallery, Children’s Museum, Art Corridor, Art Playscape and the Children’s Museum Workshop. The spaces and activities at the Centre were recently refreshed. Here’s what to expect in each of the spaces: