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Singapore Art Week
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Singapore Art Week

Singapore Art Week (also known as SAW) is a fantastic 10-day visual art event hosted by the National Arts Council and the Singapore Tourism Board.

The festival takes place in venues all over Singapore and reinforces Singapore’s position as one of the leading art destinations in the world.

Singapore Art Week 2024 Program Dates Calendar & Exhibition Tickets

Singapore Arts Week is suitable for locals and visitors to Singapore as a huge range of exhibitions and demonstrations are hosted throughout the festival. There will be gallery openings, lifestyle events, public art and workshops. The festival aims to engage people in discussions about art and culture and the important impact of art.

With an ever-evolving program of events, the upcoming event will be bigger and better than ever. There will be over 100 events scheduled and heaps of fun activities for art lovers or those just coming for a browse. The Art Stage is an international art fair that is always a festival highlight showcasing contemporary Asian art.

Check out Little India, which comes alive with installations and cultural performances throughout the festival. You can walk through this precinct to see some of the most amazing art pieces and enjoy music and entertainment.

So whether you’re an art buff or a curious beginner interested in learning more, come to Singapore Art Week and enjoy the many exhibitions.

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Where is the Singapore Art Week located?
What is the Singapore Art Week address?
Including Bras Basah Bugis, Civic District, Tanjong Pagar, Gillman Barracks, Marina Bay, Kampong Glam and Little India., Singapore, Singapore

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What are the Singapore Art Week entry prices?
There are many free events, but admission charges may apply for some events

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