3.00PM to 4.00PM SGT
In Person OR Zoom Webinar
Following the Ministry of Health’s announcement on Wednesday, 20 October where the restrictions under the Stabilisation Phase will extend till 21 November, it is with a heavy heart that we have decided to cancel the artist-led encounters component of our Fundraiser 2021: BIOME. This decision was not an easy one, and we sincerely seek your kind understanding as we are constantly adapting to the ever-changing situation in these turbulent times.
STPI’s online silent auction will still happen from 1 to 30 November 2021 (www.stpi.com.sg), and we hope to have your generous support for this.
Once again, we would like to extend our apologies for this matter. Your safety remains one of our utmost priorities and we remain deeply humbled to have had such overwhelming support from everyone so far.
The STPI Team
Saturdays and Sundays, from 9 October onwards
Join a Guided Tour to explore the exhibition, as well as an exclusive look into STPI’s Creative Workshop. Guided Tours of the gallery and creative workshop are conducted by volunteer docents from Friends of the Museum.
Please note that tour participants must register via the tour booking form, with a maximum number of 5 tour participants per group. We regret to inform you that we will not be accepting walk-in registrations.
Saturday, 23 October
3.00PM to 4.00PM SGT
In Person OR Zoom Webinar
Join us for a panel discussion among artists Adeline Kueh, Jason Lim, Ian Woo and Zul Mahmod on the occasion of their group exhibition at STPI. This discussion is moderated by Marc Gloede, who is also the guest curator for the show, On Time. On Time inspects the role of time in the artists’ production period during their STPI residency, as well as the experience of time during and of an exhibition.
The range of works on view spans print to sculpture, relief to installation, and address the impact of time on manifold levels. They invite the audience to encounter and reflect on the facet of time that is most obviously embedded in the artworks: the time of production. They further consider the role of the audience’s engagement and ask: how much time are we spending with each work and how might our perception of it change over time?
Do Ho Suh: Works on Paper at STPI is a survey of the Seoul-born, London-based artist’s extraordinary body of work created during his multiple residencies with STPI since 2009. The A3-sized book contains over 200 highly detailed illustrations, two illuminating essays by Allegra Pesenti and Sarah Suzuki, as well as an intimate reflection by Suh himself in conversation with Martin Coomer.
Now Available at STPI Corner Shop. Click to find out more.
Various Fridays in September and October
11.00AM – 2.00PM / 3.30PM – 6.30PM
SGD 150 incl. GST per pax
Recommended for ages 12 and above
Immerse in the process of creating multiple grainy and textured prints from soft ground etching using our in-house French etching press.
Following the Government’s most recent advisory, STPI will resume on-site hands-on workshops in August. Your safety and well-being are of utmost priority to us and we will continue to observe SafeEntry guidelines and current safe distancing measures.
1. Before the Workshop
– Maximum number of 5 workshop participants (excluding 1 facilitator).
– Workshop participants must register and purchase the workshop via the STPI Corner Shop website.
– Do arrive 15-mins before Workshop commences.
– Workshops are subject to cancellation based on Covid-19 precautionary measures. Participants will be informed of any workshop cancellation one day prior to the workshop date and will be refunded of their purchase.
2. Commencing the Workshop
2.1. Safe Entry
– All visitors entering STPI Premises must wear a face mask, complete temperature screening and check-in using the SafeEntry system.
– STPI reserves the right to deny entry to any visitor(s) not wearing a face mask, showing signs of illness or having a temperature of 38.0° C and above.
– Participants should use hand sanitisers (available at the reception desk) or wash their hands prior to the workshop.
– Gallery Staff at front desk will provide green stickers to participants after taking their temperature.
– Participants and facilitator must keep their face masks on at all times.
2.2. Safe Experience — Entering the Workshop space
– Participants’ stations will be arranged to allow 1m distance between each station.
– Facilitator is to minimise physical contact while giving instructions to participants.
– Participants will be given their own tools and materials. Participants are discouraged from sharing or exchanging tools.
– Tools will be disinfected after each workshop.
– Public bathroom capacity will be strictly kept to 2 persons.
3. Concluding the Workshop
– Participants should use hand sanitisers or wash their hands at the end of the workshop.
– Participants must check-out using the SafeEntry system.
Notice: Guided Tours at STPI by Friends of the Museums are put on hold until further notice. Do check back soon, or follow us on Facebook or Instagram, to keep informed for when Guided Tours at our premises resume.
Complimentary guided tours of STPI are conducted by Friends of the Museums (FOM) docent volunteers. Please note that tour participants must register for tours via the tour booking form, with a maximum number of 5 tour participants per group. Tours are subject to cancellation based on Covid-19 precautionary measures. Participants will be informed of any tour cancellation one day prior to the tour date. Do arrive 15-mins before tour commences.
Your safety and well-being are of utmost priority to us and we will continue to observe SafeEntry guidelines and current safe distancing measures. All visitors entering STPI premises must don a face mask, complete a temperature screening exercise and a health declaration form, and practice social distancing upon entry. STPI reserves the right to deny entry to any visitor(s) not donning a face mask, showing signs of illness or having a temperature of 38.0ºC and above. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.