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 →
We held another InstaGEYLANG workshop on 13 March 2022, with Gareth Phua talking about the architecture in Geylang. Join the competition now to win up to $1,500 by adding the hashtag in your caption.
Kamal Arts Gallery hosted Angkatan Sasterawan'50 (Asas'50) on Sunday, 13 March 2022 for the book launch of author Fathol Rahman Hamid's new book, Embun Pagi Di Bawah Tapak Kaki.
'Visual Voice' by Montfortian Gabrielite Education Institutions (MGEI) presented works by teachers in an art exhibition. Dates: 19-25 Feb 2022 Supported by the OTG.
PertamaSG, the first Malay Theatre Actors Network in Singapore, utilised Kamal Arts Gallery for their sharing sessions about various aspects of theatre making among themselves and active experienced practitioner from September 2021. These sessions culminated in a work-in-progress presentation in February 2022.
Unggun Creative held Kemilau, a series of creative writing workshops in Kamal Arts Gallery through the month of December 2021, until mid-January 2022. The works created in these workshops will be compiled into an anthology.
These ladies went for an “Artsy Outing”. They are long time friends to the mom of Sarah Nadia Bat’s - SeniKita 2021 Promising Young Talent Award. Came by to the gallery to view Sarah’s award winning artworks and more. SeniKita is an annual group exhibition showcasing works of artists in the Malay community. It is... Continue Reading →