Ground control to May-jor Tom

Join your fellow Star Wars enthusiasts at Gardens by the Bay or enjoy an introspective time of solitude with The Universe and Art.

By Kimberly Kiong


Forget about reading your monthly horoscopes and get on with the extraterrestrial fun this May. Join your fellow Star Wars enthusiasts at Gardens by the Bay or enjoy an introspective time of solitude with The Universe and Art and more.

 

Star Wars Day 2017

Celebrate Star Wars’ 40th anniversary this Star Wars Day. Check out the dazzling SaberTrees, a replica of the All-Terrain Scout Transport (AT-ST) and speak Wookiee to Chewbacca. You can also catch an outdoor movie screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens under the stars on 6 May, 9 – 11.15pm.

Find out more here.

Where: 

Supertree Grove

Gardens by the Bay

18 Marina Gardens Drive

Singapore 018953

Date: 

4 May 2017 – 6 May 2017

 

 

Perilune at Artistry

Enter another realm with Perilune and their dreamy blend of groovy tunes influenced by ambient electronica, dirty funk, improvisational jazz, and cosmic visuals.

Find out more here.

Where:

Artistry

7 Jalan Pinang

Singapore 199149

Date:

12 May 2017

8.30pm – 11.15pm

 

 

The Universe and Art

Featuring over 120 original artworks, scientific artifacts and manuscripts, The Universe and Art presents insights of the universe from around the world and through the centuries. It is an exploration of space and a contemplation of where we came from and where we are going. Imbued with Eastern and Western philosophies, ancient and contemporary art, and science and religion, seeking to understand humanity’s presence in the universe, it celebrates humanity’s fascination for the universe and its mysteries. It also showcases the universe as an object of religious worship, a source of artistic and literary inspiration as well as some of the most revolutionary scientific discoveries.

Find out more here.

Where:

ArtScience Museum

6 Bayfront Ave

Singapore 018974

 

 

Space Camp

In collaboration with Nike, Space Camp is an art film showing an athletic, dietary and psychological conditioning programme that prepares Tom Sach’s crew for the rigours of the Mars mission. The costumes are all handmade, but even the nitty gritty details of the actual spacesuits are not missed out. The crew emulates every aspect of a space program regime, providing informative insight into how an actual space mission works.

Find out more here.

Where:

ArtScience Museum

6 Bayfront Ave

Singapore 018974