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NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore – managed by Nanyang Technological University. It is a must visit destination as it is repute in present contemporary art from around the word and various kind of Arts such as photo exhibition, art exhibition, stage performance, art community meeting from famous artist both Singaporean artists and International artists. Moreover, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is a national research centre of Nanyang Technological University also.
The Substation, Singapore Contemporary Art Centre – It is where experimental and contemporary works in dance, literature, music, theatre and visual art are produced and staged. Depending on the season, you will find a diverse range of artists and events, from local rock bands or international short film festivals or stage play on its program line-up. The building has two main performance areas. The first area is 108-seat black box theatre and the second area is a 113 sq m white cube visual art space known as The Substation Gallery.
Singapore Art Museum – or SAM. It is the contemporary art museum, focused on Singapore and ASEAN contemporary art. Exhibitions change every 2-3 months and feature a wide range of art forms, from paintings and sculptures to installation art and moving media. SAM also regularly collaborates with leading international museums to present shows covering both local and international art practices, as well as cutting edge art expressions.
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay – Singapore people called it “the Durian”, as because of the twin structures resemble the durian. The space features a 1,600-seat Concert Hall for the local, regional and international music acts regularly perform such as The New York Philhamonica Orchestra. Another area is the 2,000-seat Theatre next door. For stage play or stage performance from local and International countries such as Chinese stage play which its story was inspired from Kuo Pao Kun. Moreover, there are many small theatres, small stages and exhibition zone such as Singapore Art Festival.