ArtScience Museum unveils 2024 exhibition line-up that celebrates women

This year will be Singapore’s ArtScience Museum’s Year of Extraordinary Women with major shows that examine, celebrate, and uncover the stories of women whose lives have influenced society throughout the decades.

The exhibitions range from focusing on inspiring artists and screen legends to strong female characters seen in the epic movies of one of the most beloved animation studios in the world.

Singapore’s ArtScience Museum has released a line-up of exhibitions that celebrates women this year

First to headline is Goddess in April which highlights iconic women in film and television who have defied expectations, overcome stereotypes, and influenced ideas of femininity through their impact and representation on screen. Curated by ACMI, Australia’s national museum of screen culture, the exhibition will head to Singapore after its successful debut in Melbourne.

Frida Kahlo: The Life of an Icon, an immersive exhibition about the life and work of iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, will arrive at the museum. This exhibition marks the 70th anniversary of her passing, and is a unique biographical multi-sensory experience.

In October, The World of Studio Ghibli will celebrate the iconic films of Japanese animation powerhouse Studio Ghibli, and will feature large-scale, interactive theatrical sets from across the studio’s history, inviting visitors to meet some of their favourite characters as well as traverse the enchanting worlds of iconic films such as My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away.

For more information, visit ArtScience Museum’s Year of Extraordinary Women.

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