SAM – Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors – Curator Tour with John Tung
Tour the Singapore Art Museum after-hours with John Tung, a curator for the Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors. You’ll get a chance to see the curatorial process and gain insights to both the artworks and decisions made throughout the selection of pieces to exhibit.
National Gallery Singapore – Collograph Printing Workshop: You Are You, Truer Than True
Explore the themes from the Artist and Empire exhibition in this workshop organised by the National Gallery of Singapore. You’ll be taught to create artworks that reflect your sense of identity and learn how you were shaped by culture. Furthermore, learn about the printmaking process and design your own collograph plate!
Date: 5 February
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Where: Keppel Centre for Art Education, Workshop 1 & 2
Symphony In Colours 2017 – An Art Showcase by 17 Local Artists
In hopes of bridging Singapore’s art scene, we celebrate the achievements of local artists at the Symphony in Colours showcase. Works by 17 established and emerging local artists will be on exhibition and you’ll get to see artpieces of diverse styles and mediums including oil, acrylic and mixed media. Also contribute to charity causes such as HOME, an NGO based in Singapore, when you buy one of the gorgeous pieces.
Date: 3 February – 8 February
Time: 11am – 8pm
Where: Visual Arts Centre, #01-02 Dhouby Ghaut Green, 10 Penang Road
Don't let the Chinese New Year celebrations stop! Head down to Gardens by the Bay for Spring Surprise 2017 where their will be an array of traditional performances and their biggest LED Phoenix for your viewing.
Date: 30 January – 12 February
Where: Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome & Supertree Grove
Price: Admission charges apply for entry to Flower Dome
Experience Japan this weekend at the Japan Media Arts Festival held at the Japanese Embassy in Singapore. From specially selected artworks from leading Japanese artists to talks with artists such as Ebihara Shoko, and even free movie screenings of popular feature Japanese animation films, including Makato Shinkai’s “The Garden of Words”, you’ll get a chance to see Japan in an entirely new light!