ArtScience Museum just got better with free documentary screenings

ArtScience Museum just got better with free documentary screenings
Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum

Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum

With their award-winning, thought-provoking exhibitions, ArtScience Museum is always an exciting option to consider when deciding on one's itinerary for the weekend.

The latest refresh to ArtScience Museum's permanent galleries is ArtScience on Screen, a free programme that comprises of screenings of a diverse selection of contemporary motion pictures, ranging from artists' moving image works, feature-length films, multi-screen presentation, documentaries and essay films. Specially curated to cater to a wide range of audiences, ArtScience on Screen is definitely worth your consideration for your next day off.

Since its inception, ArtScience Museum has sought to bring together the arts and the
sciences, as a way of inspiring creativity and critical thinking. We are thrilled to be able to
sharpen our vision with the launch of ArtScience on Screen. This major new creative
programme is a platform for both local and international artists to showcase their artistic
works. Through ArtScience on Screen, we will show our support for the local film industry,
and for artists working in Singapore and beyond, within the medium of moving image. It is an
important time for us, as ArtScience on Screen is also a major step forward in our plans to
refresh our permanent galleries.
— Ms. Honor Harger, Executive Director of ArtScience Museum.

From 30 November 2015 to February 2016, the award-winning documentary, Particle Fever, a documentary that follows six CERN scientists on their emotional journey towards to preparation and launch of the biggest experiment in history - the Large Hadron Collider. This film is screened in conjunction with the recently opened Collider exhibition.