The Jakarta Post
A 5-meter-tall Iron Man installation can be found at the Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. (Marvel/File)
The Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition is currently running at ArtScience Museum in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Running from June 9 to Sept. 30, the exhibition allows its visitors to enter the worlds of major characters from Marvel Studios.
Using AV technology, visitors will be able to experience the atmosphere of the studio’s box-office movies. The event features Black Panther, Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy installations and sneak peeks into Ant-Man and the Wasp.
It also includes curated displays from ArtScience Museum that emphasize the science, technology art and culture behind each Marvel film.
Dutch artist Theo Jansen with 'Plaudens Vela 2'. Jansen's first Southeast Asian exhibition for his moving sculpture will be showcased at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. (Media Force/File)
“This visually stunning, interactive exhibition marks Marvel Studio’s 10th anniversary by inviting visitors to step inside the worlds of Marvel Studios’ key characters. From Iron Man to Wasp, Marvel Studios’ superheroes are diverse, courageous, complex and relatable,” said Honor Harger, executive director of ArtScience Museum, in a press release. “Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes brings the realms in which they live vividly to life using innovative technology, bold theatrical sets and unique artifacts.”
Mufasa from 'The Lion King' musical drama will return to Sands Theatre in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, from June 27 to Aug. 5. (Disney/Deen van Meer)
Developed by The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia and exhibition developer Beast Kingdom, Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes is organized by SPACElogic and supported by the Singapore Tourism Board, ArtScience Museum and Victory Hill Exhibitions.
Later in the year, Black Tap will serve cookie, cotton candy and sweet and salty "crazyshakes". (Black Tap/File)
Moreover, Marina Bay Sands will also hold other events this summer, such as Wind Walkers: Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests at ArtScience Museum from June 23 to Sept. 30 and musical The Lion King from June 27 to Aug. 5. The opening of Black Tap, a craft burger and beer restaurant famous for its award-winning burgers and milkshakes, will also take place in the third quarter of the year.
Tickets can be bought online with prices starting at S$19 (Rp 197,000 or US$14) for a single exhibition ticket (Marvel Studios and Wind Walkers) for adults. (wir/mut)