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National Gallery Singapore

Silent Tour | Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.

This programme provides a platform for a reflective and introspective experience while interacting with the displayed artworks in the exhibition. The tour focused on encouraging its participants to engage in mindfulness as they slow down and pay close attention to artworks and the environment in relation to them.

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Dialect Tour

By offering tours in various Chinese dialects such as Cantonese and Hokkien, the dialect tour aims to increase accessibility and encourage museum-going amongst the older generation in Singapore. This gallery-tour is catered to multi-generation families and meaningfully engage them in lively conversations about art in everyday lives and foster togetherness through interactive activities designed to be enjoyed by all ages.

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