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Look forward to new installations at Future World at the ArtScience Museum. Take part in fun workshops and learn more about the themes behind the exhibits.
This exhibition features close to 100 clothing and accessory items from the late Qing to early Republican period
Try escaping from Professor Crackitt’s Light Fantastic, Asia Pacific’s largest mirror maze, at the Science Centre Singapore.
Do you always believe in what you see? Think again. Visit The Mind’s Eye for a brand new experience.
Showcasing the National Library's extensive Singapore and Southeast Asian collection, Tales of the Malay World explores traditional Malay literature that was captured in ink on paper - from handwritten manuscripts to early lithographed books.
At the 150 Anniversary of First Postage Stamp Issued in Singapore Exhibition, view rare and valuable philatelic items from private collectors and more.
Discover untold stories of the events leading up to the Japanese occupation of Singapore at Witness to War: Remembering 1942 at the National Museum.
Don't miss an exhibition by young upcoming artist Sanyaa Mehrotra at SPRMRKT and feast your eyes on her unvarnished musings on identity and womanhood.
Drop by the Private Museum for Takuji Kogo: *CANDY FACTORY PROJECTS 2017 and check out video works and sculptural installations.
80by80 is a group exhibition featuring the works of 38 Singapore artists who have journeyed with the centre over the last 15 years.
Sirri na Pesse, which loosely translates to "Honour and Pride", features the history and development of the Malay-Bugis community in Singapore.
Somewhere Between Here and Nowhere is a paper installation by Lee Rui Xiang featuring a series of linocut prints juxtaposing popular culture icons.
Come by Myths & Legends of Pulau Ujong, an exhibition by Chun Kai Qun, Jeremy Hiah and Tang Da Wu on local tales surrounding the island.
Embracing things delicately crafted by hand, Handmades is a group exhibition featuring five artists from different disciplines.
Feast your eyes on compelling portraits of the female divers from Jeju in Korea at Haenyeo Singapore by Jose Jeuland this October and November.
The Drift Project II by Justin Lim continues his investigation on harvested driftwood as a metaphor for our quest to discover our origins and identity.
In Tremble Tremble, Irish artist Jesse Jones transforms the gallery into a multimedia installation which reimagines feminist history and law.
Come by The Cinnamon Room this November and December and feast your eyes on a beautiful new series of paintings by British artist Diana Francis.
Drop by National Gallery Singapore for Century of Light: Masterpieces from Monet, Renoir, Raden Saleh, Juan Luna and more from November 2017 to March 2018.
Observe the shifting boundaries between moving image, film and art at Cinerama: Art and the Moving Image in Southeast Asia.
Come by the Dreamseeds Arts Fest this November, a multi-experiential arts festival headlined by Club Rainbow's beneficiaries who have chronic illnesses
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Association will be showcasing more than 100 alumni works. There will be talks and demonstrations to attend.
Drop by One East Asia Gallery for Forest Weft, City Warp, an exhibition showcasing Nandita’s latest body of work of three-dimensional paintings.
Have you ever come across a sculpture or artwork and wondered what it is about? Take part in the Public Art Walking Tour this November.
Come by this debut art exhibition by Ellie which will feature the recent artwork that she has been working on since she moved to Singapore.
Join Jane’s Singapore Tours to visit some of these colonial black & white houses in December.
Join Jane’s Singapore Tours to explore Pulau Semakau, its facilities and learn all about Singapore's approach to trash management.
Artists living and working in Wessex Estate will open their doors for a special Christmas Edition of the ArtWalk@Wessex this December.
This illustrated talk by volunteer guide Dr Anthony Hopkin focuses how people dealt with the severe food rationing in Singapore during World War Two.
Discover and explore the historic Fort Canning Hill with Jane's Singapore Tours this December. Learn more about its rich history and past.
Manet and The Impressionist: The emergence of Modern Art will review the pivotal developments of the birth of Modern Art.
“Flow – Art is Freedom” is a solo art exhibition by Ms Janet Ng, a self-taught contemporary artist featuring her works when she is in a state of “Flow”.
Join Jane's Singapore Tours for their Christmas walking tour and visit some of Singapore’s finest churches and cathedrals.
The Ancient Religions exhibition explores early styles and motifs of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism in India and how they spread to China and beyond.
PERFECT STRANGER by Dawn Ng transforms the Chan + Hori Contemporary gallery into a soft, undulating sea of colour across a single plane.