Fort Canning Book
A book titled “Fort Canning Park: Heritage and Gardens” produced by N Parks has just been released.
It documents the history and design concepts of the park’s nine beautiful gardens.
There are also various stories and facts about the park’s animals, heritage monuments and objects, and buildings.
Available at various locations around the Singapore Botanic Gardens or on the Gardens Shop website.
The third floor of the Fort Canning Center will host the new Gallery@L3, a 210-square-meter space that hosts exhibitions and events, NParks said.
Its first exhibition, in collaboration with the Chinese Ceramic Research Society (SCCS), is entitled Clay Kaleidoscope (I): Chinese Ceramic Glazes and Forms Over 5,000 Years.
Approximately 140 pieces of Chinese ceramics from SCCS member collections will be on display, some of which are over 4,000 years old.
In conjunction with the exhibition, SCCS will also hold 12 lecture courses on the history of Chinese ceramics.
Exhibition previews of selected exhibits will run from August 26th to September 11th, and the full exhibition will run from October 7th to February 10th, 2023.
The second exhibition, titled “Kaleidoscope of Clay (II)”, will focus on pottery from the Song and Yuan dynasties and will run from February 24, 2023 to June 30, 2023.
All exhibits are open to the public and admission is free.