SAW in 10 Days

SAW in 10 Days

WHEN
14 – 23 January 2022
VENUE
Various locations and online
OPENING HOURS
10 AM - 2 PM
3 PM - 7 PM
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://post-museum.org/root/sawin10days

SAW in 10 Days

Join Post-Museum in a quest to cover more than 100 events over 10 days, across more than 70 locations. SAW IN 10 DAYS attempts to trace and map out the diversity and multiplicity of the festival's art events through an art adventure visiting different exhibitions and shows islandwide. Bringing together artists, curators, first-time art goers and art lovers, the bus transforms into a vessel for dialogue and community in real-time and space. Through inquiry and dialogue, the programme explores diverse narratives and threads weaving individual exhibitions together. Special detours on selected days will be led by guest curators Kamiliah Bahdar, Susie Wong and Tang Fu Kuen. 

SAW IN 10 DAYS is also accessible for viewing on SAW Digital and other platforms throughout the festival. Follow @postmuseum_insta on Instagram for the latest updates 

Admission Free Via Registration at post-museum.org/root/sawin10days

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Guest Facillitators: Susie Wong, Tang Fu Kuen, Kamiliah Bahdar
Exhibition
32 Kaki Bukit Crescent, Level 5, Singapore 416262
3 November 2021 – 28 February 2022
dis/posit{ions includes workshops, digital lectures and an exhibition that uses multiple methods to centre collaborators, participants and audiences into thinking about learning.
Starch
13 January – 2 February 2022
As part of the Chan Davies Art Prize 2021, artists Danial Shafiq and Victoria Hertel create a synaptic and auricular response to the site and architecture of the exhibition space at starch through the use of installation and objects.
Little India and Katong Joo Chiat
14 – 22 January 2022
After almost two years of uncertainty and warped history fraught by the pandemic, art still strives to permeate life and leave its mark on history
Exhibition
61 Kim Yam Road, River Valley Singapore 239362
10 – 28 January 2022
This is Singapore is an engaging and innovative exhibition imagined by six Singapore-based artists, reflecting on art history and the experience of cultural diversity in Singapore, and benefiting three Singaporean social-service causes.