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[Exhibition] Thai Buddhist art in Singapore

[Exhibition] Thai Buddhist art in Singapore

“Enlightened Ways: The many streams of Buddhist Art in Thailand” explores the many forms of Buddhist art in Thailand through more than 100 important works, the majority drawn from 11 Thai national museums.  Read More

[Presentation] Museum Based Learning, Singapore

[Presentation] Museum Based Learning, Singapore

“Museum Based Learning, Singapore” Presented by Michael Koh, Chief Executive Officer, Singapore National Heritage Board at the 5th Asia-Europe Museum Network (ASEMUS) General Conference, 13-15 September 2012, National Museum of Korea, Seoul. Museum Based Learning, Singapore from SlideShare culture360.org  Read More

[Singapore] Islamic Arts from Southeast Asia

[Singapore] Islamic Arts from Southeast Asia

“Islamic Arts from Southeast Asia: Highlights of the Asian Civilisations Museum” reveals how artistic forms from central Islamic lands were transformed by regional traditions. Religious objects such as Qur’ans, calligraphy, and tomb markers, will be displayed along with secular objects, including arms, textiles, and pottery  Read More

[Conference] UMAC 2012 Singapore

[Conference] UMAC 2012 Singapore

The XII Annual Meeting of the International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) 2012 will be held in Singapore on the 10 to 12 October 2012 at the National University of Singapore.  Read More

[Exhibition in Singapore] Tautology of Memory

[Exhibition in Singapore] Tautology of Memory

National University of Singapore Exhibition: Tautology of Memory is a single channel video shot by artist Rupal Shah at the archaeological site of Ajanta in Western India.   Read More

[Exhibition] Asia-EU Shared Heritage, Singapore

[Exhibition] Asia-EU Shared Heritage, Singapore

Visit Asia-Europe Shared Heritage: As we see it – a Travelling Exhibition at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Museum. It will be on display from 11 May to 13 June 2012.   Read More

National Museum of Singapore

National Museum of Singapore

The National Museum of Singapore was originally established in 1887 as the Raffles Library and Museum. It had an extensive Southeast Asian zoological and ethnographic collection prior to World War II and was a centre of research, frequently visited by  Read More

Conference on Indian trade textiles in Singapore

Conference on Indian trade textiles in Singapore

Journey back to when India clothed the world. In the 17th and 18th centuries, millions of yards of cloth a year were produced in the subcontinent – mainly in Gujarat and on the Coromandel Coast – and traded to various regions of Asia, the Islamic lands, and Europe. Wherever they were traded, these Indian textiles […]  Read More

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