The Friends of Museum tours at Gillman Barracks

The Friends of Museum tours at Gillman Barracks

WHEN
14 – 23 January 2022
VENUE
Across Gillman Barracks (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
2pm, 4pm , 5pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://www.fom.sg/

The Friends of Museum tours at Gillman Barracks

Join FOM Art & History tour to discover the exciting diversity and richness of contemporary art by regional and international artists as we traverse along with the historical landmarks of Gillman Barracks. Our History & Heritage Tour take you on a journey back in time to its life as a British military base, post WW2, its later years under Singapore Armed Forces and as Gillman Village.

14-16 Jan, 21-23 Jan Art & History Tour: 2pm, 4pm History & Heritage Tour: 5pm

Tour Dates: 14-16 Jan, 21-23 Jan
Art & History Tour : 2pm, 4pm
History & Heritage Tour : 5pm

Admission free via registration here : www.eventbrite.sg/o/fom-gillman-barracks-outreach-5691212557
Talk & Discussion
NTU CCA Singapore Residencies, Studios Blocks 37 and 38 Malan Road, Singapore 109452 and 109441
22 January – 23 October 2022
Residencies OPEN provides a rare insight into the inner lives of artist studios by profiling the diversity of contemporary practices in Singapore, with the studio as a space for experimentation and research.
Exhibition
22 Lock Road, #01-34 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108939
14 January – 20 February 2022
Mizuma Gallery is pleased to announce With Gratitude, a solo exhibition by Japanese artist Okuda Yuta. With Gratitude will be Okuda’s first solo exhibition in Mizuma Gallery Singapore, and will run from 14 January till 20 February 2022.
Art Outreach #01-24, 47 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks
14 January – 6 February 2022
IMMEMORIAL is an immersive, interactive, and multi-sensory installation piece that transforms a gallery space in Gillman Barracks into a portal to alternative realities, inviting audiences to step inside and create a part of a new world.
Exhibition
9 Lock Road #02-23 Gillman Barracks S108937
14 January – 5 February 2022
This new body of dreamy, introspective and intimate paintings reflect Alvin Ong’s continued interest in the physicality of the body, as well as how human experiences of inhabitation are being reshaped in the current moment.