One of the biggest events for anime fans, Attack on Titan: The Exhibition is currently showing at ArtScience Museum in the famous Marina Bay Sands Singapore! Organised by SPACElogic, the exhibition is a tribute to author Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan, where fans can pore over 150 artworks such as base sketches, final comic panels, and specially commissioned installations that bring the legendary work alive!
We’ve already written about the exhibition at length in previous articles, including a visit from AFA Station TV hosts Estelle and Goofy, and a rundown on all the exclusive merchandise you can find at the museum shop, but now we want to know more about the exhibition from a fan’s perspective! We sit down with cosplayer, gaming content creator, and anime fan Kiyo to talk about her visit to Attack on Titan: The Exhibition!
Please make a brief introduction of yourself.
Hello, I’m Kiyo! I’m a cosplayer/streamer from SG, I’ve been cosplaying for about 11 years and I’m a big anime and games fan.
How long have you been an Attack on Titan fan? Please share how you discovered the series.
I started watching Attack on Titan when it was released in 2013; it was quite a popular series back then and out of curiosity one day, I’ve decided to give it a go. I initially paused around S2 and stopped watching for many years, as I personally found it quite draggy at certain parts, but I heard from my brother that S4 was really good! So, sometime in 2021, I decided to binge-watch everything from where I stopped, and oh my gosh IT WAS AMAZING, EVERYTHING WAS WORTH THE WAIT!
Who is your favourite character and why?
I was and still am a big Mikasa/Levi girl. She is that cool girl boss kick-butt type that anyone would fall in love with. And Levi, well… I think he is self-explanatory… Although throughout the series I did grow to like Armin and his character growth as well!
Have you been to Attack on Titan: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum? How was your experience?
I have!! I made a vlog about it as well. As for the exhibition, I LOVED IT. It was a mix of refreshing events, all the way from the beginning of the series, bringing back a bit of nostalgia, since the series has been running for such a long time. And also visually amazing, ranging from the original display of manga panels, to the panoramic video area. It’s just a very unique experience for me.
Please share a message inviting people to visit Attack on Titan: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Go visit Attack on Titan: The Exhibition today at the ArtScience Museum! You won’t regret it!
Thanks, Kiyo for sharing your adventures! Feeling the FOMO from Kiyo’s visit to Attack on Titan: The Exhibition? Head over to ArtScience Museum (the quickest access is via Bayfront MRT) or get your tickets online now!
Tickets and Reservations
Tickets are available for purchase at ArtScience Museum Box Office at Basement 2 or online. Due to limited capacity and timed entry to the exhibition, guests are also strongly encouraged to pre-purchase tickets online prior to their visit.
Tickets are priced at Adult: SG$18, Concession: SG$14, and Family: SG$50 for Singapore Residents, and Adult: SG$21, Concession: SG$16, and Family: SG$58 for Standard Tickets.
For more information, visit the official Attack on Titan: The Exhibition page.