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The arts science museum at Marina Bay is a place where art meets science. This lotus-inspired building spans an area of about 50,000 sq.mts and features 21 gallery spaces. For the past decade, the museum is famous for hosting grand exhibitions of artworks made by classic artists like Leonardo Da Vinci and Vincent Van Gogh. The events hosted by the museum explore various themes of the modern world such as space, pop culture, sustainability, culture and the natural world. They also host scientific, educational exhibitions on subjects such as Paleontology, Marine Biology and Cosmology. The ever-changing themes and displays at the museum keep it from becoming monotonous, offering visitors a plethora of varied information with every visit.
Calling itself the site where the future is created, the mission of this fascinating museum is to create a perfect blend of culture, science, art and technology. The ArtScience museum has been staging international exhibitions by partnering with renowned museum and galleries from across the globe. Some of its remarkable partners include the British Museum, Science Museum in London, the American Museum of Natural History-New York, Biblioteca Ambrosiana-Milan and the Mori Art Museum-Tokyo, The Australian Centre for Moving Image-Melbourne and many other institutions. Besides this, the museum also runs educational programs, events and screenings which aim at creating learning opportunities and a focus on a wide range of audiences. The museum had permanent exhibits of the accomplishments of arts and sciences throughout the ages ranging from Da Vinci's flying machine to a high tech robotic fish called a Kongming Lantern.
Some of the tours at the beginning of the year are Dinosaurs: Dawn to extinction, Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World, Genghis Khan-The Exhibition, Shipwrecked: Tang treasures and monsoon winds, Van Gogh Alive-The exhibition, and Mummy: Secret of the tomb. Other exhibitions include Harry Potter: The Exhibition, Titanic: The artefact exhibition and 50 greatest photographs of the National Geographic.
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