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Singapore Art Museum Artist-led workshops

  • Singapore Art Museum 8Q 8 Queen Street Singapore, 188535 Singapore (map)

During the month of October 2017, the Singapore Art Museum will be presenting artworks inspired by the theme of community, and created by different communities. Educational workshops are designed and conducted by artist Nicola Anthony, who is exhibiting in Gallery 1.11 and has also been the artist-mentor to the female inmates of the Yellow Ribbon Community Art Exhibition 2017.

Adult workshops every Saturday in October: more info coming soon.

Children's workshops book via SAM:

These workshops will offer students a multidisciplinary and holistic contemporary art experience. Workshop content includes specific art techniques and encourages self-expression and originality.

Available on Tuesdays to Fridays from 10 to 27 October 2017
10.30am or 2.30pm | SAM at 8Q

The educational workshops are for school bookings only. Download the Educational Workshop Booking Form. Completed forms should be sent to

Each workshop accommodates a minimum of 20 participants, and a maximum of 40 participants for primary, secondary and tertiary level students.

Primary School Workshops (7-12 years)

Chromatography Art: Make Your Own Wishing Tree (2 hours) 

Learn to use artists ink and water to make your own patterns, and apply these new techniques to visual story-telling through art. Students will be given the opportunity to use their imagination in making their own wishing tree, and reflect their own stories, wishes and dreams through writing and pattern-making.

Secondary School/Tertiary Institutions Workshops (13 - 18 years)

Inky Adventure (2 hours) 

Be exposed to various ink painting techniques such as marbling, blowing ink and different ways of making patterns and textures in this workshop. Students will get to focus on personal interpretations and self-expression when creating their own ink drawing map or journal, and develop visual literacy and interpretive skills along the way.

Book via SAM