Posts By: Nadia Ramli

  • All Guides, Performing Arts, Singapore and Southeast Asia, Visual Arts

    The Substation Donor Collection

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    Introduction The Substation is Singapore’s first independent contemporary arts centre. It was founded in 1990 by the late Kuo Pao Kun, Cultural Medallion Recipient and theatre doyen. The Substation presents a wide range of artists and programmes, supporting diversity and depth in the arts and engaging with a wide repertoire of artists. It has played… Read more »

  • All Guides, Singapore and Southeast Asia, Visual Arts

    The Arts Space (Season 1): Jalan-Jalan

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    The Arts Space at Level 8 of the National Library has been re-imagined as a space that brings to life our rich collection from books and photographs to artworks and poems. Inspired by the painting, “The Couple” by acclaimed Singapore artist Tan Swie Hian, the Arts librarians have set out to create a multi-purpose space –… Read more »

  • All Guides, Visual Arts

    Singapore Visual Arts on NORA

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    Introduction About NORA This resource guide highlights selected artworks and artists available on the National Library portal, NORA (National Online Repository of the Arts). NORA aims to showcase Singapore arts heritage and is a database of digitised works in the literary, visual, performing and traditional arts. Some of these works may be unpublished, out-of-print or… Read more »

  • All Guides, Singapore and Southeast Asia, Visual Arts

    Angkor Wat

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    Introduction Angkor Wat, with its sheer size and complex architecture, is one of the most well-known monuments in Cambodia. Located north of Siem Reap and south of Angkor Thom, the construction began within the first half of the 12th century during the reign of King Suryavarman II. This was the zenith of cultural, religious and… Read more »