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  • Heritage Trails: A Practical Guide To Action

    Heritage Trails Book

    A heritage trail is a journey through a series of historical sites and places with the aim of discovering an area's history, culture, architecture, and flora and fauna. Trail explorers can make the journey on foot, on a bike and/or via public transport like buses or the MRT.

  • (Re)Presenting Histories: Experiences and Perspectives from the National Museum of Singapore (2017)

    (Re)Presenting Histories: Experiences and Perspectives from the National Museum of Singapore (2017)

    In celebration of the nation’s Golden Jubilee, the National Museum of Singapore re-opened in September 2015 after an extensive revamp of its permanent galleries. Featuring interactive, contextual displays and immersive experiences, the updated galleries seek to both represent and re-present Singapore’s rich culture and history, and encourage meaningful connections and conversations with its visitors. This book is an intimate glimpse into the experiences and perspectives of the National Museum’s curatorial team, as they undertook this ambitious project over the course of one year.

  • National Museum of Singapore 130th Anniversary Gift Set (2017)

    National Museum of Singapore 130th Anniversary Gift Set (2017)

    On 12 October 1887, the Raffles Library and Museum on Stamford Road first opened its doors to the public. To commemorate the 130th anniversary of this momentous occasion, the National Museum put together 50 reproductions of key photographs, postcards and building plans, each carefully chosen for its significance, from its collection accumulated over the years. Designed by renowned local designer Theseus Chan and his agency WORK, this exclusive box set is an homage to the museum’s early beginnings, and a celebration of the journey that the museum – and Singapore – has taken over the years.

  • Cultural Connections Volume 2

    Cultural Connections Volume 2

    The second volume of Cultural Connections is dedicated to this theme of how arts, culture and heritage contribute to the creation of Liveable Cities. This issue contains essays from public sector leaders from the arts and culture sectors as well as eminent diplomats, academics and scholars.

  • Muse SG Vol 10 Issue 1

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In this issue, we focus on the history behind several of Singapore's early estates, and how they came to be shaped by commercial and industrial factors as well as governmental policies.

  • Muse SG Volume 9, Issue 3

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In this issue, two of the exhibitions covered will feature topics that transcend the boundaries of time and geography. The first - Shaking it with Shakespeare provides interesting insights into how a man who lived more than 400 years ago continues to make his presence felt in countries all over the world today. You can discover more about the life and impact of this literary genius through our Looking for Shakespeare article.

  • The Digital In Cultural Spaces Conference Publication

    The Digital In Cultural Spaces

    The Culture Academy’s first international thought leadership conference on the Digital In Cultural Spaces was held on 7th and 8th December 2016. The conference had many discussions and debates on how the cultural sector could embrace and leverage technology to engage and reach out to their stakeholders and visitors.

  • We: Defining Stories Activity Sheet for Secondary School

    Romance, Hopes and Dreams

    Featuring photographs from the archives of The Straits Times and the National Museum of Singapore Collection, this visual exhibition of headline photographs takes you through significant moments of our people’s history, frozen in time.

  • Singapore Portraits Educators Guide for Primary School

    Romance, Hopes and Dreams

    Singapore Portraits is a tribute to some of Singapore’s most creative personalities. It features the works of and interviews with local artists which together tell the story of Singapore through their words and images.

  • Singapore Portraits Educators Guide for Secondary School

    Romance, Hopes and Dreams

    Singapore Portraits is a tribute to some of Singapore’s most creative personalities. It features the works of and interviews with local artists which together tell the story of Singapore through their words and images.

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