Animal Tales from Tonkin
Stories in Art
Storytelling for children inspired by artworks in the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery.
|Date:||13 – 14 May 2017|
2:30pm - 3:00pm
3:30pm - 4:00pm
|Location:||Keppel Centre for Art Education (Meeting Point)|
Free with registration.
Why do frogs sing a song just before it rains? And why are rabbits so difficult to catch? Master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran brings Vietnamese folktales to life with stories of friendship, bravery and wit, inspired by artworks in the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery. Suitable for ages 4 and above.
Sat 13 May & Sun 14 May
2.30pm - 3pm & 3.30pm - 4.00pm
National Gallery Singapore
To register, please email [email protected] with all participants’ names and contact numbers by 12 May.
About Stories in Art
Stories in Art takes place every second Saturday and Sunday at 2.30–3pm and 3.30–4pm. Each month, master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran of MoonShadow Stories tells folktales inspired by different artworks in the Gallery.