What's on for Tertiary Schools


 

Guided Tours


Discover the connections between the diverse culture of Asia, and how the trade, interactions of people, and exchanges of ideas have influenced art in Asia. These tours are led by our volunteer docents.

Introduction to Ancestral Cultures or Cross-cultural Art (choose one)
60 minutes
Mondays to Fridays
Suitable for tertiary level students

We can take in tours, but only at limited capacities under Safe Management Measures. Please contact us at nhb_acm_edu@nhb.gov.sg for more information.

 

ACM Wonders Activity Cards


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Download 10 activity cards to use with your students, in the galleries or at home. Each card has accompanying activities suitable for ages 13 and up. Let us know what you think about these resources through a survey here.

Blouse & Skirt – this object was part of the first display (2019–20) in ACM’s Fashion and Textiles Gallery. Missed that show in the new gallery? View Fashion Revolution: Chinese dress from late Qing to 1976 via our virtual galleries here.

Bureau shrine

Covered box

Gold octagonal cup

Hare

Headdress

Stele

Table screen

Vessel in the shape of a water buffalo

Zoomorphic kettle

 

Self-guided Visits


Please e-mail our education team at least 4 weeks in advance to book a slot for a self-guided tour.

 

Workshops


We can take in bookings for workshops, but only at limited capacities under Safe Management Measures. If you’d like to book a paid workshop with us, please email us at nhb_acm_edu@nhb.gov.sg for more information.

 

Be our collaborator today!


Collaboration with Lasalle


Every year, the Audience Team at ACM collaborates with students from tertiary institutions and art schools for special projects. Recent collaborations include inviting LASALLE’s dance students to perform for ACM After Dark in 2018 and Light to Night 2019, and students from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts who designed an outdoor installation for Light to Night 2019. Additionally, the ACM trains students to facilitate school programmes and tours. Students from Temasek Polytechnic’s Fashion & Design school facilitated an inclusive camp in June 2019, and students from Hwa Chong Institution (JC) continually volunteer to guide at ACM for a variety of age groups.

Should you be interested in a collaboration with us, please email our education team and your e-mail will be forwarded to the relevant manager in-charge.