We’re looking forward to these Singapore Art Museum programmes in October, as part of The Gift! Read on for more details.
What do pandas and art share in common? They both require special care! In Collection and Connection: The Giant Panda and The Power of Cute, Singapore Art Museum and Wildlife Reserves Singapore share insights on the protection of art versus wildlife, panda mania and cross-cultural exchanges. Happening on 21 October from 8 -9pm, sign up and join this online talk for free at https://bit.ly/SAMTheGift-Panda
We’re also looking forward to Still Somehow, It’s Illusions We Recall. Running from 4 October – 4 November, it features the premiere of 4 feature-length films by renowned directors like Anthony Chen and Apitchatpong Weerasethakul. Jeremy Chua, the curator of the Singapore Art Museum’s film programme for their latest exhibition, “The Gift”, will provide pre-screening introductions to each film. Scroll through the pics for more info and click here for tickets: https://bit.ly/SAMTheGift-Film-Programme
Finally, SAM’s Cross-Cultural Art Dose Series: Embodiment (9 October, 11am – 12pm) is a free online art experience with your wellbeing as its primary focus. Participants will be led on a mindful journey through art and history, exploring slow-looking techniques and reflection. Register at: https://bit.ly/SAMTheGift-Embodiment
These exciting programmes are organised in conjunction with The Gift, the Singapore Art Museum’s latest exhibition at National Gallery Singapore’s The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery, on now till 7 November 2021. Admission is free for Singaporeans and PRs. Visit https://bit.ly/SAMTheGift for more information.
Feature Image: Collection and Connection: The Giant Panda and The Power of Cute. Photo of baby panda (Image courtesy of Wildlife Reserves Singapore)