National Gallery Singapore, Victoria Theatre, and more, dazzingly dressed up for Light to Night Festival 2019 – The Art Week Edition.
The Christmas lights at Orchard Road were removed slightly over a week ago. With that, it’s time for … another light-up!
As I wrote in one of my Visiting Singapore hubs, there’s a light-up happening in Singapore every month nowadays. . For latter January, this would be the Light to Night Festival. Like last year, the landmarks of the civil district are again colourfully dressed up using light art projections. Of note, this year’s festival is also split into “two unique experience.” Each celebrates a different aspect of Singapore’s history and heritage. Each is also part of a larger festive campaign.
Light to Night Festival 2019 – The Art Week Edition
There are different exhibitions, performances, etc., but as usual, my main interest was the façade light projections on the civil district monuments. On the festival website, this was promoted as the Biggest Façade Light Show in Singapore.
National Gallery Singapore
By the way, the Explorer is the protagonist of every light projection for the Art Week Edition . Thus also playing the role of a unifying theme.
The Art House
Asian Civilisations Museum
Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall
Esplanade Outdoor Theatre
I ended my evening at Light to Night Festival 2019, Art Week Edition on a very pleasant note. (Literally) A jazz concert was still ongoing when I reached the Esplanade. The band was playing the exact type of Jazz that I love.
Read my other Festive Celebrations in Singapore posts.