Join us for this interactive workshop set against the backdrop of Singapore’s early shopping scene from the colonial era to the 1960s.
Families will engage in hands-on activities to help their children understand the power of advertisements and strategies used to promote products and services. Facilitated by librarians, these fun and interactive sessions are opportunities for families to come together to solve puzzles as well as share experiences of what life in Singapore used to be like.
This programme is organised in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Selling Dreams: Early Advertising in Singapore’.
Admission is free. Click here to register.
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