The Gallery offers a variety of programmes to support educators in connecting students with art. These are designed to develop visual literacy, art interpretive skills and museum-based educational strategies. Each tour-cum-workshop lasts 2 hours and requires a minimum of 20 participants.
Note: These are paid programmes. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries or to register.
Learn about Nanyang artists and the Nanyang style. This programme begins with a tour of DBS Singapore Gallery, followed by a hands-on workshop where participants will create collages inspired by the Nanyang style and scenes around them.
Discover the parallels between thoughtful design and a well-crafted education programme. This programme begins with a tour of the Gallery’s buildings, followed by a workshop where participants will create their own roof designs using everyday materials.
Gain insights into the history and stories of the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings. This programme begins with a Building History tour, followed by a sketch walk where participants will try their hand at illustrating the buildings' features.
Always wondered how to engage pre-schoolers in imaginative conversations about art? This programme will guide you in developing activities and discussions that encourage young ones to explore and share ideas about art.