Win workshops passes at the Singapore Writers Festival!

Win workshops passes at the Singapore Writers Festival!

Bring your kids down for a creative weekend at the Singapore Writers Festival!

This biennial festival is back in a celebration of written and spoken word in Singapore's Official languages - English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil. Housed in the Empress Place district surrounded by historic buildings such as The Arts House, The National Gallery and the Asian Civilisation Museum.

This year, the festival is including workshops specifically for children to get hands-on experience in illustration and drama techniques.


First up is Serena Ho, a Resident Artist at The Necessary Stage who has since worked as director, educator, facilitator, resident coach and curriculum consultant.  In her drama workshop, children will be bringing their wild imaginations to the stage.

Through drama techniques, you'll help Serene bring to life The Arrival by Shaun Tan is an award-winning wordless book about a young migrant trying to get by with just a suitcase and a handful of currency.

The Arrival
Asian Civilisation Museum, Learning Gallery
31st October, Saturday 12 - 1.30pm
90mins, for ages 10 to 12


Also hosting a workshop is Chris Haughton, an Irish illustrator and author living in London, as he takes you along on a journey with his friends Squirrel & Little Owl to learn the art of illustration. Parents will enjoy guiding their children as they learn basic handicraft.

A Little Bit Lost
Asian Civilisation Museum, Learning Gallery
1 November, Sunday 11am - 12pm
60mins, for ages 4 to 6

What's in store for you?

1 lucky winner will get a chance to win a bundle of tickets that comprises of 1 pair of tickets to these 2 events.

Simply fill in your details below, and hurry! Contest ends on 30th October at noon.


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