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When:

Wed May 15 2013, 7:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Gallery Theatre, National Musem, 93 Stamford Road, Museum, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: keith

Admission is free with registration
Please email your contact details to: nhb_nm_lectures@nhb.gov.sg

Forget Atlantis or El Dorado, and go on a journey of discovery of lost places on our very own island home. As part of the Historia SG 2013 – Invisible Spaces: Here Yesterday, Gone Today, Remembered Tomorrow, the National Museum of Singapore is presenting a talk by photographer Darren Soh and writer Melanie Lee, on the hidden treasure trove of history around us waiting to be discovered. They will share their whimsical local sojourns and provide inspiration to aspiring Singapore Explorers on how to embark on a historic exploration of Singapore you can call your own.

Speakers’ biographies

Husband and wife Darren Soh and Melanie Lee occasionally collaborate on travel stories for publications such as Travel + Leisure (Southeast Asia) and DestinAsian, including features on Singapore where they become local tourists. Darren (darrensoh.com) is an award-winning landscape and architectural photographer who regularly documents Singapore’s ever-changing landscape. Melanie (melanielee.sg) is a writer who has worked on projects for the National Museum of Singapore, Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall and Preservation of Monuments Board.