OPEN HOUSE & EXTENDED HOURS THIS FRI–SUN | 22–24 FEB

We will be having an Open House on the closing weekend of LIGHT TO NIGHT FESTIVAL: TRACES AND ECHOES. Enjoy FREE ADMISSION to all exhibitions including MINIMALISM: SPACE. LIGHT. OBJECT. There will also be extended hours to all exhibition galleries including concourse galleries on Fri & Sat from 10am–10pm. Come experience the festival before it closes! Click here to learn more

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Evoking the Southeast Asian Contemporary: The United World College Arts Festivals 1972–84 | Teo Eng Seng in Conversation with Joleen Loh
Artist Teo Eng Seng gives a captivating account of the context and significance of the United World College Festival of the Arts (1972–84) in this hour-long conversation with Gallery curator Joleen Loh. This festival was one of the earliest sites in Singapore for the display of contemporary art.
‘To see what you see is what you think you see’ | A Conversation with Mak Kum Siew
Learn more about London’s art scene in the 1960s and what it takes for a Singaporean artist to make it in a foreign metropolis, in this dialogue between artist Mak Kum Siew and Gallery curator Jennifer Lam.