The artwork ‘Seascape’ (woodcut) 1966 from the DBS Singapore Gallery triggers stories of pirates, lively songs and magical tales. Known as grandmother storyteller, Jessie Goh is a veteran storyteller who will enthral everyone with The Pirates of Riau and The Magic Fish.
More than appearance, a work of art ignites imagination and stories.
Every second and fourth weekend of the month, a storyteller will use the National Gallery’s exhibitions as a springboard to introduce children to art. Each storyteller will masterfully weave stories to engage the imagination and stimulate curiosities in a fun-filled way!
Time： 2.30–3.15pm and 3.30–4.15pm.
Free (registration required)
Register: Keppel Centre for Art Education Family Reception from 10am on the day of the programme
In response to the COVID-19 situation, the Gallery has implemented precautionary measures to ensure the Gallery remains safe for all.