At the Gallery, we create dialogues between art of Singapore, Southeast Asia and the world through exhibitions, festivals, education and community programmes. As a visual arts institution that oversees the largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian art, we present a wide array of complementary offerings to the local community and foreign visitors, making art accessible to everyone.
Through the four key areas of support listed below, the Gallery offers unique sponsorship opportunities for your corporate to:
- Increase brand awareness while giving back to the community; and
- Engage clients with the diverse art content housed in two historic national monuments that are landmarks of Singapore’s colonial past and journey to independence.
- To fulfil corporate social responsibility and impact investment.
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Our special exhibitions are curated by the Gallery or in partnership with leading international museums. We showcase both Southeast Asian and international art, exploring how the art of this region relate within the wider global context. Your support will help increase awareness of the different art in the world, develop intellectual curiosity and creativity.
Special Exhibition sponsorship tiers
|TIER||SPONSORSHIP VALUE||PREVIEW OR PRIVATE VIEW OF SUPPORTED EXHIBITION|
The Gallery plays a key role in strengthening community bonds and enriching lives. We reach out to the public and encourage the celebration and appreciation of Singapore’s and the region’s art, history and heritage through our two peak festivals a year – Children’s Festival and Light to Night Festival. Your support would help us broaden our engagement with the local community and attract first-time museum goers to the Gallery.
Our annual Children’s Festival provides interactive, creative and fun programmes for children to experience and engage with the art on display at the Gallery as well as promotes art engagement across generations and cultures. On alternate years, the Children’s Festival will expand to become the Gallery’s signature precinct event – the Children’s Biennale, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia for the young and young at heart, where international artists are commissioned to create art works specifically for the Gallery.
We need your support – Gallery Children's Biennale 2019: Embrace
Your support will enable us to inspire the imagination of young minds and create new opportunities for intergenerational bonding. For more details, please feel free to contact email@example.com
|Supporter||$100,000 and below|
Light to Night Festival
The Gallery’s signature day to night festival in the heart of the Civic District will be anchored by programmes that explore the intersection between Art and Technology. The engaging public programmes are developed in partnership with local and regional artists across various disciplinaries including music, design, fashion and gastronomy.
"As the Development Partner of National Gallery Singapore (the Gallery), Tote Board is heartened to note that the Gallery's programmes are made easily accessible and activtely participated by the public. We look forward to another exciting edition of Light to Night, with a series of interactive programmes for all to enjoy. Indeed, the Gallery's programmes have contributed to a vibrant arts and culture scene, enhancing the quality of lives of Singaporeans."
- Mr Fong Yong Kian, Chief Executive, Tote Board
Exploring the world of art and participating in enriched educational programmes stimulates creativity, innovation and experimentation. Through our education programmes held in a museum environment, we help develop essential fine motor, visual-spatial and critical thinking skills for the students, families and adults.
Your support will help generate new knowledge and thought leadership on the history and development of Singapore visual arts. It will also promote greater public interest and arts appreciation in Singapore, thereby contribute towards the development of a more mature and culturally confident society for our future generations.
The Gallery seeks to create an inclusive and meaningful museum experience for audiences from all walks of life. We strive to minimise physical, psychological, language and other perceived barriers to encourage various communities to visit the Gallery more frequently to enhance their appreciation for the arts.
With your support, the Gallery would be able to realise our aspirations and reach out to more beneficiaries and design more interactive and impactful programmes for them.
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