If there's anything that COVID-19 has taught us, it is to have hope, duty, compassion, invention, and strength.
Project Lionheart aims to spotlight these five qualities that have been highlighted throughout the pandemic by celebrating the creative work of local artists through art installations, music, theatre performances, and many more. After its inaugural launch in Ang Mo Kio and seeing successful runs at places such as Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Chong Pang City Atrium, the exhibition will next be hosted by Our Tampines Hub and Suntec City.
The exhibition is scheduled to take place at Our Tampines Hub on 2 to 11 December from 10 AM to 10 PM, followed by Suntec City on 15 to 25 December from 10 AM to 10 PM. The event will feature highly anticipated performances from local artists NyaLi, Weish, Wheelsmith, and Dru Chen. Gifted screenwriter Jo Tan will also be making her exciting theatre performance debut.
As part of the social movement We Are Majulah, the upcoming Project Lionheart exhibitions will feature all five art installations — ‘Beacon of Hope’, ‘Lantern of Duty’, ‘Canopy of Compassion’, ‘Mirrors of Invention’, and ‘Tower of Strength’ for the very first time.
Apart from the art installations, the exhibition will showcase 20 selfless stories of unsung heroes who have shown the five highlighted qualities through their actions and deeds during undoubtedly one of Singapore's most challenging periods.