SINGAPORE BIENNALE 2016 SCHOOL WORKSHOPS
DATE AND TIME
Weekdays, 10.30am or 2.30pm
$15/pax for Pre-schoolers (4 – 6 years)
$20/pax for Primary school students (7 – 12
$30/pax for Secondary school and tertiary students (13 – 18 years)
The prices of educational workshops listed above include admission fees to Singapore
Biennale 2016. Slots are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis, from
November 2016 to February 2017.
Singapore Art Museum
The educational workshops are for school bookings only. Visit www.singaporebiennale.org
to download and fill up the Educational Workshop Booking Form before emailing it [email protected].
Each workshop accommodates a minimum of 20 participants, and a maximum of 40
*All prices listed exclude GST. This programme is eligible for the Tote Board Arts
Inspired by the artworks of the Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors, these educational
workshops will offer students a multidisciplinary and holistic contemporary art experience.
These workshops range from learning specific art techniques, to craft‐making that encourages
originality and teamwork, to infusing drama and writing with art that aids in the development of
language skills and self-confidence.
SINGAPORE BIENNALE 2016 SCHOOL VISITS
Single Entry Admission Tickets
School Group – min. 20 pax*
*These prices are exclusive to school groups and exclude GST. This programme is eligible for the Tote
Board Arts Grant. Download and complete a School Visit Booking Form before
emailing it [email protected].
School Guided Tours
Schools can make request for guided tours to Singapore Biennale 2016. For more information and to
request a guide, download and complete a School Visit Booking Form before
emailing it [email protected]
Requests must be received by the 7th of the preceding month. Please note that guided tours are
subject to the availability of the docents.
Educators may guide their students on an independent tour of Singapore Biennale 2016. Artist Folios
containing detailed information about the artists and artworks are available for download at https://www.singaporebiennale.org/artist-folios.php.
Educators are strongly encouraged to use the questions and suggested activities in these folios for
a deeper engagement with the artworks during the self-directed visit.
Educators may also like to guide students using the Singapore Biennale 2016 Treasure Trails, which
offers three different routes of increasing level of engagement and commitment with the artworks.
Get ready to unearth hidden gems over the nine conceptual zones of the Biennale!
To book a slot for your school, download and complete a School Visit Booking
Form before emailing it [email protected].
Booking forms must be received 3 weeks in advance.
Frequently Asked Questions