Workshop

From Pulp To Print: Paper Making & Relief Printing

18 August and 1 September (2 parts),
9.00am – 1.00pm

Guest Studio Member: $252
Non-member: $280

Ages 15 and above
Limited places available

Experience a series of fun printing techniques in this workshop! Participants will encounter the fibrous nature of paper as they make their own sheets, and express themselves with paper pulp painting.

Limited places available.

RSVP by Monday 13 August.

Screening

Reel Thursdays: Soup Cans and Superstars: How Pop Art Changed the World

23 August 2018, 7.00pm – 8.30pm

In this BBC production, Alastair Sooke brings fresh perspectives on Pop Art and tracks down its pioneers from American artists to British godfathers Peter Blake and Allen Jones. Sooke travels to China to discover Pop Art’s relevance in today’s globalised, internet age, with a new generation of artists reinventing it for the 21st century.  

Reel Thursdays is a series of eight feature documentaries organised in conjunction with the current exhibition: ‘Handmade Readymades: Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg & James Rosensquist’.

FREE ADMISSION
Limited seating.
Viewer discretion is advised.

 

RSVP here or email us.

Workshop

STPI Annual Open House

25 & 26 Aug
11.00am – 5.00pm

Location
25 Aug – Gallery only
26 Aug – Gallery & Workshop

Themed around Pop Art, this Open House weekend is an opportune time to encounter print and paper-making processes through various workshops and station activities that run simultaneously throughout the day. From book-binding, screenprinting and introductory print experiences in the Gallery, to technique demonstrations and further hands-on workshops guided by our printers in the Creative Workshop, the Open House is an eye-opener for all! Bring your friends and family for an enriching, crafty weekend.

This Open House coincides with the exhibition ‘Handmade Readymades’ featuring works by key modern artists Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg & James Rosenquist.

Watch this space for more updates or RSVP here!

Screening

Reel Thursdays: Jellyfish Eyes by Takashi Murakami

30 August 2018, 7.00pm – 8.45pm

A Takashi Murakami film that brings the fantastical creations of the acclaimed artist to the screen. Having moved to a country town with his mother following the death of his father, young Masahi (Takuto Sueoko) makes an unlikely friend: a flying jellyfish-like sprite that he nicknames Kurage-bo.

Reel Thursdays is a series of eight feature documentaries organised in conjunction with the current exhibition: ‘Handmade Readymades: Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg & James Rosensquist’.

FREE ADMISSION
Limited seating.
Suitable for all ages.

RSVP here or email us.

Screening

Reel Thursdays: After Modernism: The Dilemma of Influence

6 September 2018, 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Disciplines, cultures and artists previously excluded from privileged canons have become an ever-expanding field of activity and influence. Anything or anyone is fair game. Meaning is no longer fixed, context is everything. Directed by Michael Blackwood and produced by Michael Blackwood Productions, the film looks at how modernism is richer and more complex than previously considered.

Reel Thursdays is a series of eight feature documentaries organised in conjunction with the current exhibition: ‘Handmade Readymades: Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg & James Rosensquist’.

FREE ADMISSION
Limited seating.
Viewer discretion is advised.

RSVP here or email us.

Guided Tours

Regular Guided Tours for Handmade Readymades: Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg & James Rosenquist

Thursdays: 11:30AM and Saturdays: 2PM

Special Evening Tours (Fridays, 6PM):
6 July, 3 August and 7 September

Japanese Guided Tours (Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10:30AM):
19 and 31 June and 28 August
30 June, 14 July and 11 August

Chinese Guided Tours (Tuesdays):
10, 17 and 24 July, 1:30PM

Conducted by Friends of the Museums (FOM) docent volunteers, regular guided tours of the current exhibition and facility at STPI are open to the public to gain insights into the exhibited works and artistic process in the STPI Creative Workshop. The tour will take approximately 1 hour and admission is complimentary.

 

Guided Tours

Guided Tours Enquiries

Complimentary guided tours of the exhibition and facility at STPI are conducted by Friends of the Museums (FOM) docent volunteers. Guided tours can be arranged upon request for both adult and children groups. The tour will take approximately 1 hour and can accommodate up to 40 participants. Kindly give at least 3 weeks’ notice for tour requests. Please provide the following information:

  • Organisation / School
  • Number of participants
  • Age group of participants
  • Objective of visit
  • Preferred date and time for the tour

Please send your tour requests and enquiries to Esther Chew at [email protected]

Guest Studio Rentals

Guest Studio Membership

Membership

Membership is open to individuals who:

– Have completed a successful interview, whereby on presentation of their portfolio of printmaking works and deemed qualified to handle the presses independently with minimal supervision.

– Have completed a studio and Health and Safety induction session with a Studio Manager to ensure safe usage of equipment and materials.

– For those who are new to the printmaking process or have not printed for some time, they are required to attend at least 1 STPI workshop session.

– Kindly note that the eligibility to use the guest workshop is subject to approval by STPI.

– Members must be at least 18 years old and should take responsibility for their own actions.

Membership Benefits

The benefits of membership include:

– Guest studio rental at a discounted rate.
– A 10% discount on selected STPI workshops & programmes.
– Invitations to events and exhibitions at STPI.

Guest Studio Access

Guest Studio Hours:
– Mondays to Fridays: 10am – 7pm
– Saturdays from 9am– 6pm
– Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.
– At least 1 week prior booking of the guest studio is required.
All bookings will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

Fees

Regular Membership
– First Year Printmaking Membership Fee: $100
– Renewal fee from 2nd year at $80
– Half Day Guest Studio Rental (4 hour session): $35
– Whole Day Guest Studio Rental (8 hour session): $70
– Exclusive Guest Studio Rate – (to book the whole studio per day – 5 people max): $300
– 10 full days sessions (valid for 6 months): $ 500
– 25 full days sessions (valid for 12 months): $1000

 

To note: Members are encouraged to bring their own materials. The fee does not include printing inks, papers and other consumables. All fees are inclusive of the use of presses, newsprint paper, solvents, squeegees and rollers. 

For enquiries, contact Senior Education & Outreach Officer Dahlia Osman at [email protected].