Art Enrichment Programme for Schools with Gov Grants

Happy new year! We are happy to announce our line up of school programmes for the year 2023 approved by our National Arts Council and Ministry of Education to engage school students in the arts. We have varied programmes for different levels from preschool, primary to secondary schools as well as tertiary institution. We are... Continue Reading →

SeniKita 2022 Official Opening

Artists and friends of SeniKita 2022 - Kebangkitan Officiated by Guest of Honour, Assoc Prof Dr Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Minister of State, Ministry of Home Affairs & Ministry of National Development. And, thank you to all our guests, friends and family for coming and sharing the joy. Heartiest congratulations to the winners:Ridhuan (Best of Show),Momofarn... Continue Reading →

Kita ada… NADIPUTRA

Register at https://forms.gle/vmfxTBdd3kZfQyzX8 for Kita Ada - NADIPUTRA. Kita Ada... is a series of up-close-and-personal sessions of getting to know the movers of the Singapore Malay Arts scene. Second in this pilot series is NADIPUTRA - the reigning patriarch of Singapore Malay theatre. Nadiputra, is a playwright, director, producer and actor who has been involved in theatre and literary... Continue Reading →

SeniKita 2022 Upcycling Art Workshop

Sign Up for SeniKita 2022 Upcycling Art Workshop by Art R'eev! Make a Twisted Loop Bag from an Old T-Shirt.  Bring your old t-shirts for a upcycling make-over! We will provide the rest of the materials. Date: Saturday, 17 Dec 2022 Time: 2pm Venue: Kamal Arts Gallery (#04-05, Wisma Geylang Serai) Each participant is to register at https://forms.gle/ZHA7HCUSKUokZKfF9 individually.... Continue Reading →

Our Gallery hosted Joyce and Zin Yan

FROM HERE: Reimagining Expressions - brings together two Singapore-based visual artists, Joyce Chong and Chua Zin Yan, who found new meaning and artistic expressions during the pandemic. Every now and then we find the courage to redefine our status quo and to push beyond our personal boundaries, especially in times of adversity. For Joyce Chong,... Continue Reading →

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