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Accenture collaborated with the Gallery to combine the best of digital innovation with the draw of visual arts. Read more.
DBS made corporate giving history when it donated S$25 million to National Gallery Singapore in 2014. In appreciation, the Gallery named its Singapore permanent collection gallery the DBS Singapore Gallery. Read more
The family of the late Ng Teng Fong, founder of Far East Organization, became the Gallery’s fifth founding partner with its gift of S$20 million. This donation will contribute to research, exhibitions and the annual commission of a site-specific art installation. Read more
Keppel Corporation’s gift of SG$12 million for National Gallery Singapore’s art education centre demonstrated its commitment to nurturing future generations of art lovers. Read more
Telecommunications company Singtel’s S$20 million contribution will enable National Gallery Singapore to present co-curated exhibitions with leading arts institutions. Read more
Tote Board generously donated towards the Gallery’s construction costs which were made in 2008 and 2011. Read More
A partnership with the National Gallery Singapore was a natural fit for UOB as it resonated with the bank’s ethos of giving back to the community through the arts. Read more
Ngee Ann Development donated S$16 million to support the Gallery’s research and curatorial work. In appreciation of their generosity, the Gallery’s auditorium, foyer and Concourse Gallery 1 were named The Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditroium & Foyer and The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery respectively. Read more