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Singapore Really Really Free Market 61

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Singapore Really Really Free Market 61  (30th Jun), Sunday 2 – 6 pm   Free Ground-Up Initiative Kampung Kampus, 91 Lorong Chencharu (Yishun), Singapore 769201 FB:  https://www.facebook.com/events/350003385722523/   Thanks to those of you who joined us at Telok Ayer the last time! The Really Really Free Market is a temporary market based on the concept of giving Read More

Johnny Wong: Solo Exhibition

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Opening Preview: 21st June, 7 pm 5pm-11am Other Times: 12 pm to 8 pm weekends. 5 pm to 8 pm weekdays Johnny Wong: Solo Exhibition Free #05-05, Golden Mile Complex, 5001 Beach Rd, Singapore 199588 More info: https://johnnywongartexhibition.peatix.com/view FB event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/818525835189265/   Johnny Wong: Solo Exhibition is co-presented by Coda Culture x Post-Museum. Johnny Wong is Read More

Unicorn Party 

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Sat (15 Jun), 7-11pm Venue: Your MOTHER gallery, 91A Hindoo Road, Singapore 209126 FB: http://www.facebook.com/events/486985545372883/   Unicorns of the World, unite! (Thinking of a Smith’s song)   Unicorn Party is the closing party for the exhibition Unicorn Tears.   We will start the evening with a potluck party so please bring some food and drinks to share. Read More

Unicorn Tears 

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A solo show by Cassandra Koh Presented by Your Mother Gallery x Post-Museum Date: 25 May – 15 Jun, 2019  Venue: Your MOTHER gallery, 91A Hindoo Road, Singapore 209126   FB:  http://www.facebook.com/events/350205172298456   * See gallery opening times and also open by appointment    Presenting a fantastical vision of anthropomorphic creatures (some of which represent the Read More

Chang En-Man: Retracing the Snail Invasion through Recipes

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Fri (7 Jun), 7-9pm Free GeoHall of GeoWorks, 460 Alexandra Rd, Level 7 PSA Building, Singapore 119963. FB: http://www.facebook.com/events/2194032470646393/     From 2009 to 2013, Artist CHANG En Man completed a series of 6 snail-themed art projects. This series draws inspiration from ‘cuisine’, as Chang begins to learn indigenous Paiwan tribe recipes from her mother, as Read More

Project Motorised Wheelchair

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We are helping our disabled friend to raise $3,000 to buy a motorised wheelchair because she is getting old and cannot use the normal one anymore. The money raised will help buy a motorised wheelchair, a logistics coordinator and transport.  If you can contribute in any way, it will be really helpful for her.  Latest Updates:  Read More

Ueno Care Club (Japan)

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We are presenting a new artwork in Tokyo as part of UenoYes. Entitled 上野ケアクラブ Ueno Care Club (UCC), our project seeks to create a place for people to meet, understand and care. It is a platform where we learn and practice caring for ourselves, the community in Ueno and the world. To kickstart UCC, we are Read More

Madou Sugar Industry Art Triennale (Taiwan)

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Post-Museum is participating in 麻豆糖業大地藝術祭 aka Madou Sugar Industry Art Triennale in Taiwan with a new presentation of Lessons Amongst Trees. Here are some photos of the preparations.        The Triennale will be on until 3 March 2019 in a number of spaces around Madou. Our installation is located in Tsung-Yeh Arts and Cultural Centre, opened Read More

Open Studio in ACC Gwangju : See PG Lee’s work

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Coming Mon-Wed, Open Studio in ACC Gwangju. Do attend if you are nearby!   From 1 Oct to 30 Nov, Post-Museum (with artist PG Lee) is taking part in the 2018 ACC Arts Space Network Residency in Gwangju Korea.  On 12 Oct, Jennifer did a presentation about the work of Post-Museum during the Roundtable sessions, Read More

Bukit Brown Index #132: Triptych of the Unseen

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But, If the city is the world which man created, it is the world in which he is henceforth condemned to live Robert Park (as cited in Harvey, 2012) In 2011, the Land Transport Authority announced plans to construct an 8-lane highway cutting through Bukit Brown Cemetery. The plan was to exhume 5,000 tombs Read More