National Gallery and National Museum to present Covid-19 inspired programmes from August

This visual arts initiative brings together 170 artists under 12 institutions, independent art spaces and collectives. PHOTO: NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE - The Covid-19 pandemic has inspired new programmes at two of Singapore's museums.

The National Gallery Singapore (NGS) and Singapore Art Museum's (SAM) Proposals For Novel Ways Of Being is the first major institutional response to the pandemic. This visual arts initiative brings together 170 artists under 12 institutions, independent art spaces and collectives for a series of shows that will kick off next month and run into February next year.

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