Screening

Screening: Jellyfish Eyes (2013) by Takashi Murakami

Saturday, 24 August | 3.00pm - 5.00pm
Free with exhibition entry ticket

Image credits: ©️Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

 

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

 

This film is organised in conjunction with the exhibition, “Takashi Murakami: From Superflat to Bubblewrap“.Due to the limited capacity, please note that each customer is only allowed to book seats for up to 1 person only. Please arrive 15 minutes before the screening begins. If you are not present by 6.45pm, your seat will be released to the waiting list and/or walk-in visitors. Admission to the film screening can only be secured with an unused exhibition entry ticket. Exhibition entry tickets can be purchased at the gallery. Click here to pre-purchase your exhibition entry ticket.

Screening

Reel Thursday: Ghost in the Shell (1995)

Thursday, 29 August | 7.00pm - 9.00pm
Free admission only with an unused exhibition entry ticket

©1995 Shirow Masamune/KODANSHA・BANDAI VISUAL・MANGA ENTERTAINMENT. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Ghost in the Shell took the world by storm in the mid-90’s, exhibiting a new dimension of anime with unprecedented, mesmerizing cinematic expression. Seamlessly merging traditional animation with the latest computer graphic imagery, this stunning sci-fi spectacle challenged the boundaries of mainstream animation with detailed artistic expression and a uniquely intelligent storyline. Veteran director Mamoru Oshii skillfully creates the ultimate anime experience in this futuristic masterpiece based on the groundbreaking comic book by Masamune Shirow.

 

This film is organised in conjunction with the exhibition, “Takashi Murakami: From Superflat to Bubblewrap“.  Due to the limited capacity, please note that each customer is only allowed to book seats for up to 1 person only. Please arrive 15 minutes before the screening begins. If you are not present by 6.45pm, your seat will be released to the waiting list and/or walk-in visitors. Admission to the film screening can only be secured with an unused exhibition entry ticket. Exhibition entry tickets can be purchased at the gallery. Click here to pre-purchase your exhibition entry ticket.

 

 

Workshop

STPI Open House 2019: A Whimsical World

Saturday, 7 September & Sunday, 8 September
11.00am – 5.00pm on both days | Free admission for all

SAVE THE DATE | This Open House, we are inspired by the imaginative world of Takashi Murakami and his cast of unique characters. Let your creative juices flow through the various print and papermaking demonstrations and workshops, where you get to bring your own imaginary characters to life!

 

Get an exclusive insight into what goes on behind the scenes at STPI’s Creative Workshop. You can discover and try your hand at a range of print and papermaking techniques under the guidance of STPI’s team of expert print and papermakers. From lithography to screenprinting to shaping pulp, STPI Open House presents an exciting opportunity to experience the processes behind the making of print and paper works of art.

 

Join a guided tour to explore Murakami’s remarkable range of new works in the Gallery, and enjoy a comprehensive viewing of STPI’s Creative Workshop. Guided tours of the Gallery and Creative Workshop are conducted by our volunteer docents from Friends of the Museum.

 

Visitors can enjoy complimentary admission to our Annual Special Exhibition, Takashi Murakami: From Superflat to Bubblewrap during our Open House weekend.

 

Stay tuned for more details on the Open House programme line-up!

Screening

Reel Thursday: Blade Runner (1982)

Thursday, 12 September | 7.00pm - 9.30pm
Free admission only with an unused exhibition entry ticket

Based on the novel Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? By Philip K. Dick. With Academy Award nominations for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration and Best Effects, Visual Effects. Copyright: © 1982 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

 

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In the year 2019, the police department forces Rick Deckard went out of retirement to hunt four genetically engineered humans who have come to earth – Blade Runners. Designed to do difficult, hazardous work, the manufactured humans are stronger, faster, and smarter than non-engineered humans. They feel no pain or remorse; they are almost indistinguishable from other humans… and they are killing people. Now Deckard must stop them before they kill again.

 

This film is organised in conjunction with the exhibition, “Takashi Murakami: From Superflat to Bubblewrap“.  Due to the limited capacity, please note that each customer is only allowed to book seats for up to 1 person only. Please arrive 15 minutes before the screening begins. If you are not present by 6.45pm, your seat will be released to the waiting list and/or walk-in visitors. Admission to the film screening can only be secured with an unused exhibition entry ticket. Exhibition entry tickets can be purchased at the gallery. Click here to pre-purchase your exhibition entry ticket.

Guided Tours

English Guided Tour for Takashi Murakami: From Superflat to Bubblewrap

Every Thursday, 11.30am - 12.30pm
Every Saturday and Sunday, 2pm - 3pm
Free for exhibition entry ticket holders

Join a Guided Tour to explore Murakami’s remarkable range of new works as well as an exclusive look into STPI’s Creative Workshop. Guided Tours of the gallery and creative workshop is conducted by volunteer docents from Friends of the Museum.

Thu, 22 Aug, 11.30am | Sat, 24 Aug & Sun, 25 Aug, 2pm
Thu, 29 Aug, 11.30am | Sat, 31 Aug & Sun, 1 Sep, 2pm

 

Thu, 5 Sep, 11.30am | Sat, 7 Sep & Sun, 8 Sep 2019, 2pm
Thu, 12 Sep, 11.30am | Sat, 14 Sep, 2pm

 

  • Please arrive 15-mins before tour time and secure your exhibition entry ticket at the Gallery Reception
  • Meeting point for guided tours is at the entrance of the Gallery
  • To ensure optimal experience for all our tour participants, the maximum capacity per tour is 15 people, on a first-come-first-served basis
  • Tour schedules are subject to changes
  • For further enquiries on free guided tours, please email education@stpi.com.sg

Guided Tours

Foreign Language Guided Tours for Takashi Murakami: From Superflat to Bubblewrap

Various dates for Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, and French tours
One hour | Free for exhibition entry ticket holders

Join a Guided Tour to explore Murakami’s remarkable range of new works as well as an exclusive look into STPI’s Creative Workshop. Guided Tours of the gallery and creative workshop is conducted by volunteer docents from Friends of the Museum.

 

Japanese – Sat, 24 August, 10.30am
Korean – Tue, 27 August, 11.30am
French – Tue, 3 September, 11.30am | Tue, 10 September, 11.30am

 

  • Please arrive 15-mins before tour time and secure your exhibition entry ticket at the Gallery Reception
  • Meeting point for guided tours is at the entrance of the Gallery
  • To ensure optimal experience for all our tour participants, the maximum capacity per tour is 15 people, on a first-come-first-served basis
  • Tour schedules are subject to changes
  • For further enquiries on free guided tours, please email education@stpi.com.sg

Group Tour Bookings

Enquiries

Complimentary guided tours of 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 15 participants. Admission ticket to exhibition is required.

 

Please send your tour requests and enquiries with the following information to education@stpi.com.sg.
1. Organisation / School:
2. Preferred date of visit:
3. Time:
4. Number of participants:
5. Age group of participants:
6. Profile of participants:
7. Objective of visit:

 

Tour bookings must be made at least 3 weeks before date of visit with confirmation from STPI.
Cancellations and changes to tour bookings must be made 1 week before date of visit.