2017 April Singapore Art Events Calendar

The first quarter of the 2017 seems to be the busiest months for the art scene in Singapore, with a whole list of events that went on- Singapore Art Week  that comprises of Art Stage Singapore, Singapore Biennale, Art after Dark, Aliwal Urban Art  Festival, ARTWALK Little India and Singapore Design Week, etc.

If you have missed these, don’t worry, here are some events you can visit in this coming month of April!

Affordable Art Fair Singapore 2017

Affordable Art Fair 
7-9 April 2017 (Fri-Sun)
F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard; Singapore 038975

Whether you are a long-time art collector or just interested in taking the first step of owning your first art piece, the Affordable Art Fair is a great place to start.

Boasting ” thousands of works on offer in all shapes, styles and forms, from over 300 exciting emerging talents and well-know established artists” from “over 40 exhibitors from around the region and beyond’ , you will most likely be able to find something that suits your taste.

If not, you can always feel free to just walk about and take in the diverse range of artworks all in one space.

Opening hours:
7th April (Fri) 12-6pm , 6-10pm #ArtHappyEvening
8th April (Sat) 11am -8pm
9th April (Sun) 11am-6pm

Admission:
Single entry (public days)
Advance tickets (Till 6th April 2017) $15 / Door $18

#ArtHappy Evening (Friday 7 April, 6pm – 10pm.)
Advance tickets (Till 6th April 2017) $20 / Door $25

Concession ( For Senior citizens aged 60 and above, and full-time students.
Please bring proof of concessionary status with you to the fair.) -Door $10
Children under 16 (accompanied by an adult)- Free

* Booking fees apply.

Artbox Singapore 2017ARTBOX SINGAPORE
14-16, 21-23 April 2017 
(Fri- Sun) 3-11pm
Bayfront Event Space, beside Shoppes Marina Bay Sands

(Nearest MRT: Bayfront MRT Station)

Thailand’s largest creative Artsy Pop-up Flea market, ARTBOX is coming to Singapore.

Showcasing over 300 fashion and food stalls, featuring handmade creative goods from Thai, local and South East Asian young designers and self-designed brands, beauty products, handmade crafts and jewelry, lifestyle products, delicious street food and more, it is set to be a fun event to explore and chill!

Great for all of you who want a fix of Thailand, right here on our sunny island.

This video by ShopJJ offers a perfect glimpse of what to expect there!

Free Entry

MAAD April 2017MAAD (Market of Artists And Designers)
7 April 2017 (Fri)
5pm-12am
28 Maxwell, Red Dot Design Museum

An ongoing monthly event held at the Red Dot Design Museum that showcases creatives works and talent, this will be the final session of MAAD before the building undergoes into a period of refurbishment.

Drop by to get your portrait drawn by the artistic community at the Organisation of Illustrators Council’s , browse and shop handmade crafts and goods, and enjoy live music by our local musician Andy Yang.

Free Entry

Gillman Barracks Art & History Tour 2017Gillman Barracks Art & History Tour
1 & 8 April 2017 (Sat) 4pm
Gillman Barracks (outside Block 9), 9 Lock Road, Singapore 108937
( Nearest MRT Train Station is Labrador Park)

Public guided tours presented by the Friends of the Museums (FOM) held weekly, covers a selection of Gillman Baracks art galleries and the Centre for Contemporary Art (NTU CCA).

” Uncover exciting contemporary art whilst getting an introduction into the history of Gillman Barracks. An opportunity to appreciate artworks by established and emerging local and international artists, learn about their practices, techniques and what inspires them.”

Free Entry
Registration is required here.

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(Image credit: affordableartfair, Artbox Thailand, MAAD , gillmanbaracks)

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