Look out for National Gallery Singapore’s Roving Art Truck paying your schools a visit in July 2022. As part of the Gallery’s effort to make art more accessible to the public, this unique art program encourages students to interact and observe the artworks up close.
One of the exciting activities is to get students to collaborate together to create art work on the Inspiration and Co-Creation Wall to inspire community learning.
Ms Suenne Megan Tan, Senior Director, Museum Planning and Audience Engagement, National Gallery Singapore says, “The Roving Art Truck is another signal of our commitment to offer accessible and inclusive art experiences for all audiences in fresh and novel ways. It is important to provide accessible resources and opportunities for audiences to engage with art, especially from a young age, to encourage play as a creative process and to allow for interdisciplinary learning and exploration of topics beyond their school syllabus. We are grateful to find a like-minded partner in Applied Materials who shares our vision to take art out into the community.”
The Roving Art Truck will add a range of free educational resources the Gallery has developed to enhance art learning and foster appreciation for art amongst students.