Events &
Exhibitions

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Resource Gallery..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

NUS Museum

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Biography of a Public Sculpture: Salvaging and Conserving..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

NUS Museum

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Radio Malaya: Abridged Conversations About Art..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

NUS Museum

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Archaeology Library..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • HERITAGE
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

NUS Museum

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Preserve/Conserve/Restore: Studies at 157 Neil Road..

  • HERITAGE
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

NUS Baba House

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Chinese Ink Works from Lee Kong Chian Collection of Chinese Art..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

LKC Gallery, NUS Museum

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Ng Eng Teng: 1+1=1..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • TOP PICKS
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION

NET Gallery, NUS Museum

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Rediscovering Forgotten Thai Masters of Photography..

  • VISUAL ARTS
  • FREE
  • EXHIBITION
  • Starts on 15 Mar 2018
  • Ends on 1 Dec 2018
NUS Museum

NUS Museum

NUS
MUSEUM

NUS Museum's mission is to actively facilitate the intellectual and cultural life of the NUS community.

TUESDAY – SATURDAY
10am to 6pm
MONDAY
School & faculty visits by appointment only
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NUS Museum is a comprehensive Museum for teaching and research. With a distinct focus on Asian regional art and culture, it seeks to create an enriching experience through its collections, exhibitions and programmes. The Museum has over 8,000 artefacts and artworks divided across four collections. The Lee Kong Chian Collection consists of a wide representation of Chinese materials from ancient to contemporary art, the South and Southeast Asian Collection holds a range of works from Indian classical sculptures to modern pieces; and the Ng Eng Teng Collection is a donation from the late Singapore sculptor and Cultural Medallion recipient of over 1,000 artworks. A fourth collection, the Straits Chinese Collection, is located at NUS Baba House on 157 Neil Road.

Arts

Production, reception, and preservation of knowledge through collections development and curatorial practice

Blog

January 26, 2018

Intern Diary: Guo Xiu Jin

As our Collections Intern, Jin worked on exploring possible improvements to Collections Online, NUS Museum's online database of artefacts.

November 30, 2017

Intern Diary: Grace Adam

As our Baba House Outreach intern, Grace conducted research and assisted with public programmes and daily operations.

November 22, 2017

Intern Diary: Chua Pei Wen

Pei Wen was involved in research and documentation of curatorial projects related to photography.

October 30, 2017

Intern Diary: David Low

David assisted in various research and exhibition processes for Prep-Room | 'BUAYA: The Making of a Non-Myth'.

October 11, 2017

Intern Diary: Caroline Ang

Caroline conducted research on techniques and technologies used in archaeology, as well as research on the Dragon kilns in Singapore.

August 30, 2017

Intern Diary: Natalie Lie

As our Curatorial Programming Intern, Natalie was involved in research and execution for a number of exhibitions and its programmes.