Fire breathing dragons? Gigantic monsters with sharp fangs? Endless falling of presents from the skies? Having a magical wand which you can save the world? These are every child’s wild imaginations.

For the Children’s Day celebration, the Esplanade showcases the “I Imagine” exhibition, which displays colourful pieces of artwork by artistes and children of various local schools. Located in the Jendela visual art space with free admission, pieces of unique creativity artworks revived not just my childhood fantasies, but also my art and craft lessons in my younger days in school.


A huge introduction to the “I Imagine” exhibition.

Saw Steve Jobs and Abraham Lincoln?

Hand made miniature dinosaurs.

Colourful animal letter boxes.

Children are free to draw on the papers pinned on the walls. Colour pencils and crayons are provided to draw down their thoughts.

An overview of the exhibition hall.

Here are the artistic contributors!


Together with the “I Imagine” exhibition, here are some works by the children showcased in the Esplanade.


“And here are our winners!”

Creative thinking of the children, all packed into small boxes.

Hamburglar bear flying to the moon.

I find this real funny!


Address of our visit
The Esplanade
1 Esplanade Drive
Jendela (Visual Art Space)
Singapore 038981

I Imagine
by Budi Agung Kuswara, Kensuke Miyazaki and various schools.
4 October 2013 – 4 November 2013

Opening hours
Mon – Fri: 11:ooam – 8:30pm
Sat & Sun: 10:00am – 8:30pm



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