Taman Jurong Art Trail (Self-guided)
Taman Jurong Art Trail (Self-guided)

When
9 Dec 2017 – 9 Dec 2018
Venue
Taman Jurong
Address
Opening Hours
Website
tamanjurong.sg/ourgallery
Admission
Free Admission
Taman Jurong Art Trail was developed to share the visual art vibrancy of Taman Jurong and to showcase the visual art projects under Our Gallery At Taman Jurong organised by the Taman Jurong Community Arts & Culture Club (TJCACC), in partnership with the National Arts Council (NAC), and as part of the NAC’s Arts and Culture Nodes initiative.

The visual art projects involved Taman Jurong residents in the art-making process with an emphasis on process-based content and outcomes, fulfilling the objectives to deepen and sustain arts engagement through quality visual art projects in the community.

This self-guided Art Trail will introduce visitors to artworks created or co-created by artists and residents, which are on display across Taman Jurong neighbourhood. Download or pick up a copy of the Our Gallery At Taman Jurong Art Trail map online or Taman Jurong Community Club, and explore all 14 works anytime of the year.


Remembering Singapore, Cassandra Koh with Taman Jurong residents, 2014. Image courtesy of Taman Jurong Community Centre

Tour & Trail
The Art Week Tour 2018: Considering Collections

Various Locations
27 January
The Art Week Tour 2018: Considering Collections
Organised by THEO Arts Professionals, The Art Week Tour 2018: Considering Collections takes us for views and discussions of the art collections of corporate art collections in Singapore.
Public Art
Placing Home: Woodlands

Various Locations
8 Nov 2018 – 27 Jan 2019
Placing Home: Woodlands
Placing Home: Woodlands is a public art project curated by Dr Wang Ruobing that explores ideas of home and movement within Woodlands.
Public Art
Larger Than Life: The Unspoken Histories of Jurong Neighborhood

Jurong East Central
9 Nov 2017 – 28 Jan 2018
Larger Than Life: The Unspoken Histories of Jurong Neighborhood
For this public art showcase Larger than Life, the curatorial team aims to transform and activate the public area in Jurong East Central (which marks the beginning to the rest of Jurong) with engaging art installations and events by Singaporean artists.