新加坡文化遗产节(新加坡文化、社区及青年部供稿)

来源:中国-东盟中心

  无论身在何处,我们都能接触到文化遗产,它不仅是我们日常生活中的一部分,还可能出现在意想不到的地方。我们只需要稍加留心,就能觅其踪影。新加坡文化遗产节是新加坡国家文物局的年度重点活动,通过挖掘新加坡文化遗产鲜为人知的一面,聚焦不同的地域和社区,展示当地丰富的文化遗产资源。

  参加者可以在新加坡不同地点参与一系列的活动,如文化遗产之旅、博物馆开放日,或观看节目表演,亦可聆听新加坡多元文化的历史与文化遗产的隐秘传说。

  新加坡文化遗产节通过与不同群体和组织的合作,呈现新奇、丰富多彩的节目。主办方也希望通过与社区之间的紧密合作,鼓励更多的团体向公众分享他们的故事,共同展示新加坡璀璨的文化遗产。

  新加坡文化遗产节自2004年起已举办16届。今年的文化遗产节为新加坡开埠200周年进行了特别策划,在3月15日至4月7日期间的4个周末举办了一系列的活动,旨在讲述新加坡的过去,鼓励新加坡人回顾历史,特别是1819年新加坡开埠前后的心路历程。

  2019年的新加坡遗产节有不少亮点:

  一、在市区七个地点的建筑上呈现一系列的幻灯投影,讲述改变新加坡历史的人、事、物。这些地点包括绍氏豪华大厦、旧禧街警察局和维多利亚街国家图书馆。

  二、推出以“乘搭与发掘”为主题的巴士站展览。在近100个巴士站,设置展示牌介绍附近地区的故事。

  三、推出名为“巴士与道路:巴士戏剧体验”的互动式巴士表演。乘客与打扮成1970年代的人物一起穿街走巷,并通过生动的表演了解新加坡历史。

  更多关于新加坡文化遗产节的消息,请前往www.heritagefestival.sg了解详情。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  2019新加坡文化遗产节掠影

  新加坡纳宫神社印度穆斯林遗产中心的幻灯投影

 

 

  新加坡牛车水硕莪巷的幻灯投影

 

  新加坡街头巴士站设有展示牌介绍附近地区的文化典故

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  “巴士与道路:巴士戏剧体验”剧照

 

Singapore Heritage Festival

 

  Heritage is all around us, in unexpected spaces and everyday places, and we just have to look a little more closely to find it. The Singapore Heritage Festival (SHF) is the National Heritage Board’s annual signature festival, which celebrates Singapore’s rich cultural heritage by presenting the lesser-known aspects about Singapore’s heritage and spotlighting different enclaves and neighbourhoods in each edition of SHF.

 

  Participants can enjoy heritage trails, tours, open houses, and performances at spots around Singapore, and hear hidden tales of our colourful history and heritage. A festival for the people, by the people, SHF seeks to present novel and immersive programmes and experiences in partnership with the community and stakeholders. Through close partnerships with the community, SHF also hopes to empower more groups to share their stories with the public in celebration of Singapore’s vibrant cultural heritage.

 

  SHF was launched in 2004 and is currently in its 16th year. This year’s SHF was a special Singapore Bicentennial edition, held over four weekends from 15 March to 7 April 2019, with activities and programmes that aimed to tell the stories of how Singapore came to be, and allowed Singaporeans to reflect on their history and learn about what shaped Singapore before and after that turning point in 1819, to the nation that it is today.

 

  The highlights of this year’s SHF included:

  a)Light projections on the facades of historic buildings such as Shaw Tower, the Old Hill Street Police Station and the National Library Board building at Victoria Street, that revealed stories of Singapore’s history.

 

  b)Over 100 bus stop panels across four bus routes were reimagined as exhibition spaces, to educate commuters of the interesting bits of information about the history and heritage of the places connected to each bus stop’s location.

 

  c)An immersive bus theatrical show, Buses and Roads: A Bus Theatre Experience. Participants embarked on a journey from the National Museum of Singapore to the Malay Heritage Centre and back, reliving Singapore in the 1970s through funny, entertaining and memorable interactions with a cast of characters.

 

  For more information on the Singapore Heritage Festival, please visit www.heritagefestival.sg.