City Hall: If Walls Could Talk
Held in support of the Singapore Bicentennial, City Hall: If Walls Could Talk spotlights the pivotal historical moments that took place within the walls of this grand monument. From once housing the Municipal Council to providing shelter from air raids during the war and finally transforming into National Gallery Singapore, the exhibition showcases the building's evolving functions in decades past as Singapore grew from colony to city-state.
These events come to life through the innovative use of multimedia projections and interactive content paired with rich storytelling, granting visitors a front row seat in witnessing history unfold. The experience of City Hall: If Walls Could Talk will round off with the interactive Social Wall, where they can deepen their understanding of history through the eyes of Singapore artists and their works.