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

PROJECT GALLERY

PROJECT GALLERY

The Blue Who Swims All This Way

Hug soft sculptures, climb into giant rocks and observe a shimmering display of colours as you explore The Blue Who Swims All This Way by artist Betty Susiarjo

For all ages.

Artist: Betty Susiarjo

About the Artist

Betty Susiarjo is a mixed-media artist based in Singapore, whose work engages concepts of temporality, materiality and beauty. She received her MA (Fine Arts) with Distinction from Winchester School of Art and has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Singapore and internationally. Besides practicing art, Betty currently serves as a lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. 

Programmes

Drop-in Activity: Spring is Here!

Get creative as a family and make your own collage inspired by still life paintings in the Gallery. No registration required. Read more

Drop-in Activity: What's with All the Fruit?

Get creative as a family and make your own collage inspired by still life paintings in the Gallery. No registration required. Read more

Art Explorers: People in High Places

Explore how Southeast Asian artists depicted people in positions of power through discussion and sketching in this docent-led programme. Read more

Family Art Workshop: Let's Make Some Prints

Discover and explore the history and techniques of printmaking. Be inspired by the artworks of Lim Yew Kuan and Foo Chee San, and have fun creating your own prints under the guidance of an experienced Gallery facilitator. Read more

Stories in Art: Raj Suran's Expedition

Inspired by Ai Weiwei’s artwork "A Ton of Tea," master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran takes us back in time to when kings and emperors conquered each other’s lands. Read more