• A Piece Of Home

    09 Jun 2023 - 18 Jun 2023

    How can we encourage more to look at the world with fresh eyes, unencumbered by the norms and standards of society? Perhaps start at A Piece Of Home, a group exhibition featuring 26 young persons with disabilities (PwDs). Organised by ART:DIS and curated by award-winning exhibition-maker John Tung, the comprehensive…

  • Flawlessly Imperfect

    17 Jan 2023 - 31 Mar 2023

    Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, eight artists with disabilities bounce back stronger after a forced hiatus from the pandemic. With renewed vigour, they welcome Spring and its abundance with a Chinese Ink exhibition titled Flawlessly Imperfect. From dynamic calligraphy characters that dance off the pages, to landscapes &…


    12 Nov 2022 - 27 Nov 2022

    Jointly presented by ART:DIS and artcommune, the exhibition Through All Vicissitudes: Prints & Sculptures by Chng Seok Tin, traces the motivations that shaped Chng’s four decade-long creative journey and celebrates a life lived large in spite of obstacles and misfortunes. Featuring over 30 prints and sculptures from Chng’s career in…


    04 Aug 2022 - 31 Oct 2022

    16 artists with disabilities pay tribute to the nation in an exhibition, celebrating Singapore’s 57th year of independence with 44 paintings. Since that momentous milestone in 1965, the nation’s history has seen many peaks and troughs, and her citizens bear witness to it all with great pride. Through three thematic…


    05 Jun 2022 - 24 Jul 2022

    20 Artists-In-Training of ART:DIS will showcase 44 paintings in a group exhibition titled Parallel Retrospection. Ranging from bold acrylic paintings to precise line drawings with marker pens and soft sceneries with pencils, the artworks demonstrate their improvement in conceptualisation and artistry following a year of home-based lessons. Despite the isolation…


    04 Jan 2022 - 29 Apr 2022

    Art movements such as Cubism and Pop Art were developed during the turn of the 20th century as many searched for meaning amid massive social change. These two major trends then went on to completely revolutionise traditional art perspectives. Cubism is best understood as a reduction of objects and figures…

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