Free Stuff To Do At i light singapore 2022

Free Stuff To Do At i Light Singapore 2022

i Light Singapore is back again.

It will be held from 3 June 2022 to 26 June 2022 which coincides with the June school holidays. There are light installations and walking tours around the Marina Bay area, all available for FREE.

Rediscover Marina Bay Walking Tour

Find out how the sea was transformed into a distinctive and sustainable district in the heart of our city. Discover what lies beneath Marina Bay to support sustainable living, and how urban planners sculpted a skyline that is distinctively Singapore. Get the story behind the centrepiece of Singapore’s transformation efforts by joining this special 90-minute walking tour led by URA volunteers. Available on 8, 15, 22 June 2022, in conjunction with i Light Singapore 2022.

Meeting Point: Raffles Place MRT station Exit A (Facing Raffles Place Park)

Ending Point: Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

Limited slots are available.

Date: 8 June 2022, 15 June 2022 , 22 June 2022 (Wednesdays)

Timings: 1730 – 1900 | 1745 – 1915 | 1815 – 1945 | 1830 – 2000

More Details: Website | Booking Site

Light Forum

Artists of i Light Singapore 2022

Meet the artists of i Light Singapore – Aleksandra Stratimirovic, OUCHHH, Ping Lim, and Ian Grossberg – and discover how each work of art is an expression of the excesses of consumption, and a commentary on circularity.

Venue: DBS MBFC Auditorium

Date: 4 June 2022, Saturday

Timing: 1930 – 2030

More Details: Website

Journey Of Becoming A Lighting Designer

Learn about the journey of becoming a lighting designer with Yah Li, CLD, IALD curator of Light Forum and Principal of Light Collab, Chayot Kiranantawat, CLD, Assoc IALD, Senior Lighting designer from Glint Lighting Design and Emanuela Stucchi, Assoc IALD, Design manager of Inhabit and Adjunct Lecturer for the Specialist Lighting Design course at Temasek Polytechnic.

Venue: DBS MBFC Auditorium

Date: 11 June 2022, Saturday

Timing: 1930 – 2030

More Details: Website

Local Artists Showcase

This session showcases local artists in their pursuit of balancing art, lighting design and sustainability. Whether it is a critique on our relationship with consumption, materialism, or the environment at large, the interactive art and lighting installations are intended to generate thought, introspection and dialogue.

Venue: DBS MBFC Auditorium

Date: 18 June 2022, Saturday

Timing: 1830 – 1930

More Details: Website

Students X i Light Singapore

Get inspired by student groups from i Light Singapore and find out how they conceptualized and work with light and art.

Venue: DBS MBFC Auditorium

Date: 25 June 2022, Saturday

Timing: 1930 – 2030

More Details: Website

Lighting Guerrilla Showcase

Held over two days of the festival, Lighting Guerrilla is two small workshops that focus on playing with light and spontaneity. The workshop facilitators will collaborate with students from schools to bring the installations alive.

Venue: Jubilee Bridge

Dates: 25 June 2022, Saturday and 26 June 2022, Sunday

Timing: 1930 – 2359

Lighting Guerrilla Workshop

This is a hands-on workshop led by Ann Sun, where you will get your hands dirty through cutting and crafting of materials.

25 June 2022 (Saturday)

2pm to 6pm : Meet at under Bayfront Bridge. Site study, brainstorm, explore

7pm: Test, explore, confirmation

26 June 2022 (Sunday)

2pm to 6pm : Meet at Under the Bay Bridge. Discussion, finalize, preparation, setting up

7pm : Final setup

7.30pm : Show time

8.30pm: Pack up and goodbye

Venue: Under Bayfront Bridge

Dates: 25 June 2022, Saturday and 26 June 2022, Sunday

Timing: 1400 – 2030

More Details: Website

i Light Singapore X SusGain

Working with a sustainability-focused app, SusGain, i Light Singapore lets visitors go around the various installations and learn about them. You can earn points and have a chance to win some prizes. More details should be out when the festival starts.

More Details: Website

Light Installations

There are 20 light installations located all around the Marina Bay area.

i light singapore 2022 festival map

You can start at ArtScience Museum and end at Esplanade Park. The total distance is about 2.3 KM and should take approximately 1 hour to complete the route and finish looking at all the installations.

You can check out what installations are available here.


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