PIECE OF PEACE World Heritage Exhibit Built with LEGO® Brick Singapore 2017 Satellite Exhibition
~ Special showcasing of Japanese World Heritage Sites ~
in conjunction with PIECE OF PEACE at Fort Canning Arts Centre
Visit the awesome spectacle PIECE OF PEACE World Heritage Exhibit Built with LEGO® Brick Singapore 2017 Satellite Exhibition at Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Embassy of Japan in Singapore, co-organised with PIECE OF PEACE! There are currently 21 World Heritage sites in Japan designated by The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), with the latest addition of Sacred Island of Okinoshima and Associated Sites in the Munakata Region just announced this July. This exhibition will showcase 4 majestic pieces of Japanese World Heritage sites.
In addition exciting family-friendly activities will be available and be part of building a giant map of Japan at the exhibition, where visitors will have the opportunity of adding their personal touch using LEGO® bricks. From Japan to Singapore, connecting each and everyone’s thoughts for peace, piece by piece together and making a dream map of Japan!
A spin-off exhibition of the PIECE OF PEACE taking place from 27 July to 3 September at Fort Canning Arts Centre.
About PIECE OF PEACE
A UNESCO World Heritage art exhibition that is solely created with LEGO® bricks. Established in 2003 and originating from Japan, the exhibition has travelled throughout Japan and overseas, and has attracted over 2.9 million participants worldwide. This exhibition brings together the young and old regardless of their nationality and cultural background to promote peace through preserving the World Heritage.
Singapore will be the first ASEAN country to host 43 reconstructed World Heritage sites from 34 countries – of which 9 World Heritage sites will be from ASEAN member countries in commemoration of ASEAN’s 50th anniversary.
For more info: http://www.sg.emb-japan.go.jp/JCC