Seeing Art Through Play
Build a portable camera with everyday materials in Camera Obscura! Create abstract shapes on paper with materials like string and paint, and marvel at the endless possibilities in Press & Pull a Cloud!
Arts @ My Queenstown
Arts @ My Queenstown is a series of walks held around Tanglin Halt - one of Singapore's oldest neighbourhood. Join visual artists in this community tour and discover techniques such as sketching, drawing and photography!
Spend a full day exploring the wonders of Asian art and folklore. Enjoy creative, hands-on activities, interactive performances and drama, and storytelling activities in this family-friendly programme.
STILL is a multidisciplinary project initiated by LASALLE lecturers, artists Joanne Pang and Salleh Japar. The exhibition presents works by Pang and Salleh along with catalogues and posters by students from LASALLE’s School of Design Communication.

Works on paper by Pang and Salleh explore the relationship between signs, language and memory. Catalogues and posters by the students draw on concepts of semiotics, text and images.
The UNCANNED Project
The UNCANNED Project is the debut exhibition by ARTSEIZE, a vibrant collective of artists based in Singapore. ARTSEIZE transforms interior spaces into evolving showcases of art. Visit lifestyle café Grids & Circles to witness artists seizing the space. First 100 guests receive a complimentary beverage.
Residencies OPEN
Residencies OPEN offers a rare insight into the often-introverted sphere of the artist studios by profiling the diversity of contemporary art practices from around the globe. Come meet the current Artists-in-Residence: Julieta Aranda (MX/DE), Francisco Camacho Herrera Herrera (CO/NL), Daniel Hui (SG), Soyo Lee (KR), John Low (SG), Tan Kai Syng (SG/UK), and John Torres (PH).
Art After Dark
Art After Dark is Gillman Barrack's flagship night-time open house event featuring a heady combination of contemporary art, new exhibitions, programmes, and electrifying live music.

Don't miss the debut of boutique art fair S.E.A. Focus, with 25 international and regional galleries presenting a range of emerging and established artists.
Frieze Academy Series Public vs. Private Museums: Bridging the Divide?
Frieze Academy makes its debut during Singapore Art Week 2019. Bringing together international museum professionals from across the sectors, this panel discussion will focus on the burgeoning of private museums and foundations across Southeast Asia. It will also consider the many ways in which public institutions internationally are engaging with private organizations, and emerging forms of collaboration between the sectors.
INSTINC SOHO presents Everyman, a group exhibition by Taiwanese artists: Cheng Nung-Hsuan, Chiang Chi-Ming and Huang Yu-Chia. Curated by Patrice Chou.
Supper Club
London-based Singaporean artist Alvin Ong's first solo exhibition explores the body's appetites through allusive paintings redolent with black humour.
Following Sama Sama’s first launch in a migrant workers dormitory, the art collective brings a new call to action to the wider community, starting with universities in Singapore. Sama Sama presents Singapore’s first travelling exhibit on migrant heroes.
Solo Exhibition by Lindy Lee
Australian artist Lindy Lee's practice explores her Chinese ancestry through Taoism and Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism - philosophies that see humanity and nature as inextricably linked.
Caught In A Landslide, No Escape From Reality
Caught In A Landslide, No Escape From Reality
is a joint exhibition by Adeline Tan and her son,
Paul, both of whom are fascinated with landforms, wildlife and songs by the rock band, Queen. The duo will be featuring a series of collaborative panoramic landscape paintings inspired by the world seen through the eyes and mind of a child.
In Random Order
FOST Gallery is pleased to present In Random Order, a group exhibition featuring works by Kray Chen, Heman Chong, Grace Tan and Syagini Ratna Wulan. The exhibition showcases works dealing with order, schemes and the element of chance.
Faded black
Carla Chan obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. She works with a variety of media including video, installation, photography and interactive media. Much like the never-ending development of new technology Chan considers media art as a medium with infinite possibilities for artistic expressions.

Minimal in style and form Chan’s works often toys with the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion, figure and abstraction. Her recent work focuses on the ambiguity in nature. Bridging natural transformation and unpredictable computer algorithms, her work is consolidated with a cohesive dynamic between form, means and content.