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Assemblies with Art Outreach: Singapore Bicentennial Art Commissions In Collaboration with NAC

Art Outreach’s popular school assembly programmes presents the 2 artworks commissioned by the Public Art Trust in celebration of the nation’s bicentennial.

Launched in tandem with the Bicentennial artworks, this limited program is only available till February 2020 (the artworks are displayed from August 28th 2019 till February 28th 2020).

Conducted by our highly energetic and engaging team of art educators using an inquiry-led approach, group activities and arresting visuals, our programme makes learning fun.

This assembly programme is designed to complement the students’ understanding and appreciation of the Singapore Story, while also affording students the opportunity to learn about public art through the 2 featured artworks.

Please note that this assembly programme is popular and offered for a limited time. We anticipate our sessions to booked up quickly. We encourage you to register your school today.

Our assemblies are endorsed by the National Arts Council under its Art Education Programme and are eligible for a 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant. Each programme lasts 30 minutes and and costs SGD 400 (after the Tote Board subsidy).

What will students learn?

The Artists

Booking Information

The programme will be conduct at your school premises.

Duration: 30mins of assembly period

Cost: SGD400*

For bookings or enquiries, please call us at 6873 9505 during office hours or leave us a message through our contact form.

*The programme is supported by NAC and qualifies for 50% subsidy from the Tote Board. Before the subsidy, the programme costs SGD 800.


“Through fun games and focused discussions, our pupils gained a better understanding of the rich history behind Singapore’s art and cultural diversity.”

- Mrs Eileen Yap, Art Coordinator, Park View Primary School

“The speakers know the content really well and managed to help students to see, think and wonder when they see new artwork!" - Ms. Si Hui Low, Elias Park Primary

Since 2003, our art appreciation programmes have provided enhanced visual art education to over 600,000 students. Through our inquiry-led approach, we promote visual literacy and champion critical thinking.

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