NTU CCA Singapore Research Centre and Office: +65 6460 0300
Block 6 Lock Road, #01-09/10, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108934
NTU CCA Singapore Exhibitions: +65 6339 6503
Block 43 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109443
NTU CCA Singapore Residencies:
Blocks 37 and 38 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109452 and 109441
NTU CCA Singapore Exhibitions
The Making of an Institution
11 February – 7 May 2017
The Exhibition Hall, Block 43 Malan Road
The Making of an Institution captures different moments in the development of the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore) connecting artistic projects, discursive manifestations, and the institutional apparatus in a seamless display. It looks back into its young past in order to shape its future. Challenging the format of an exhibition, The Making of an Institution creates a communal space where projects and research explorations by the Centre’s Artists-, Curators-in-Residence, and Research Fellows coexist with ongoing series of talks, screenings, performances, and workshops. The project engages the Centre’s main pillars¬–Exhibitions, Residencies, Research and Academic Education)–bringing to a close the overarching curatorial narrative Place.Labour.Capital. that served as a framework for its activities since 2013.
For more information, visit ntu.ccasingapore.org/exhibitions/the-making-of-an-institution.
Public programmes on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Exhibition tours led by NTU CCA Singapore's curators every first Friday of the month, 7.00pm, Block 43 Malan Road.
Gillman Barracks "Art & History" Tours
These free docent-led tours by Friends of the Museum will uncover Gillman Barracks’ rich history and introduce its galleries and include a visit to NTU CCA Singapore. Tours run from Fridays to Sundays at varied timings. Please register at www.gillmanbarracks.com/tours.
For enquiries on programmes and school tour bookings, please email NTUCCAeducation@ntu.edu.sg.
NTU CCA Singapore Exhibitions
NTU CCA Singapore Exhibitions is focused on contemporary artistic production that provides a critical platform for reflection and discussion. The exhibition programme embraces artistic production in all its diverse media with a commitment to current debates in visual culture. NTU CCA Singapore presents up to four exhibitions a year ranging in format from group to solo shows giving voice to a diversity of international artists. Each exhibition is accompanied by an extensive public programme of tours, talks and workshops that foster reflections on the exhibition from various perspectives and disciplines.
To learn about our past, current and upcoming exhibitions, click here.
NTU CCA Singapore Residencies
NTU CCA Singapore Residencies hosts artists, curators, critics and scholars. At its core is a research driven studio programme dedicated to facilitating the production and creation of work, knowledge and research by established and emerging artists from Singapore and abroad. The programme is augmented with public events Residencies: Insights / Studio Sessions / OPEN series, ranging from open studio sessions, lectures, live performances, to special projects in The Lab, NTU CCA Singapore’s space for curatorial experimentation.
The Residencies programme is an integral part of the NTU CCA Singapore’s mission as a research centre. Dedicated to hosting artists and facilitating a short- and long-term visiting programme for curators and scholars, the Residencies programme aims to work as a catalyst for critical practices and build discourses that are especially resonant in the region. Studio space and residencies slots are also specifically reserved for Singapore and Southeast Asian artists to further commit to development of a regional network and research that is contextually specific.
The application for residency at NTU CCA Singapore is via nomination, please email NTUCCAresidencies@ntu.edu.sg for more information.
To learn about our Artists/Curators-in-Residence, click here.
NTU CCA Singapore Research & Education
The Research & Education programme aims to connect academic research with other forms of knowledge production. NTU CCA Singapore hosts visiting scholars of various disciplines whose research areas address Singapore in relation to its position within a wider geography. NTU CCA Singapore’s current research clusters engage with questions of Global Asia, postcolonial spaces, migration and labour, diaspora, old and new trade routes.
To learn about our Research & Education programme, click here.
Under NTU’s School of Art, Design and Media (ADM’s) Master of Art (Research) and Doctor of Philosophy programmes, NTU CCA Singapore offers a stream in Spaces of the Curatorial. The research-oriented MA & PhD programmes will provide students with the opportunity to pursue independent research in the new ADM research areas of Museum Studies and Curatorial Practice and Art in Public Space & Critical Spatial Practice.
Call for application:
Master of Arts (Research) and PhD, deadline: 15 November 2016.
For more information: www.adm.ntu.edu.sg/programmes
Public Resource Centre
The Artist Resource Platform contains visual material and audio recordings of talks from over 90 local artists, NTU CCA Singapore’s Artists-in-Residence and independent art spaces. This archive provides local and visiting curators, scholars and writers, as well as an interested public, a point of entry to contemporary artistic practice.
For more information about NTU CCA Singapore’s Artist Resource Platform, please visit www.ntu.ccasingapore.org/research/public-resource-centre.
The NTU CCA Singapore Publications programme serves as another space of the curatorial. A recipient and producer of knowledge, the publishing activity contributes to the holistic approach of the NTU CCA Singapore by expanding the connections across the Centre’s exhibitions, residencies, public programming and academic education. Through their mobility and lasting nature, publications will introduce and disseminate the Centre's research beyond its physical parameters.
For more information about NTU CCA Singapore’s Publication programme, please visit www.ntu.ccasingapore.org/publications.
NTU CCA SINGAPORE STAFF
Professor Ute Meta Bauer Founding Director
Exhibitions & Residencies
Khim Ong Deputy Director, Exhibitions, Residencies & Public Programmes
Magdalena Magiera Curator, Outreach & Education
Anna Lovecchio Curator, Residencies
Ana Sophie Salazar Assistant Curator, Exhibitions
Syaheedah Iskandar Curatorial Assistant, Exhibitions
Lynda Tay Curatorial Assistant, Residencies
Isrudy Shaik Executive, Exhibitions
Amrit Dhillon Young Professional Trainee, Residencies
Yom Bo Sung Intern, Exhibitions
Research & Education
Sophie Goltz Deputy Director, Research & Academic Programmes
Cheong Kah Kit Manager, Research
Anca Rujoiu Manager, Publications
Samantha Leong Executive, Conference, Workshops & Archive
Stephanie Teo Young Professional Trainee, Research
Operations & Strategic Development
Philip Francis Deputy Director
Jasmaine Cheong Assistant Director, Operations & HR
Yao Jingwei Manager, Finance
Vijayalakshmi Balankrishnan Special Projects Assistant
Lee Yan Yun Executive, Finance & Administration
Louis Tan Executive, Operations
Geraldine Peck Young Professional Trainee, Communications & Development
NTU CCA Singapore Governing Council
Professor Alan Chan Kam-Leung, Dean, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
Paul Tan, Covering Chief Executive Officer, National Arts Council (NAC)
Professor Dorrit Vibeke Sorensen, Chair, School of Art, Design and Media, NTU
Professor Kwok Kian Woon, Associate Provost (Student Life), NTU
Dr. Eugene Tan, Director, National Gallery Singapore
Ng Wen Xu, Deputy Director, Lifestyle Programme Office & HR Organisation Development, Economic Development Board
Low Eng Teong, Director, Sector Development (Visual Arts), NAC
NTU CCA Singapore International Advisory Board
Professor Nikos Papastergiadis, Director, Research Unit in Public Cultures, and Professor, School of Culture and Communication, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Ann DeMeester, Director, Frans Hals Museum, The Netherlands
Chris Dercon, Director, Volksbühne Berlin
Hou Hanru, Artistic Director, MAXXI National Museum of 21st-Century Arts, Italy
Yuko Hasegawa, Artistic Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (MOT), and Professor, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan
Professor Sarat Maharaj, Visual Art & Knowledge Systems, Lund University, Sweden
Philip Tinari, Director, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA), China
Dr John Tirman, Executive Director and Principal Research Scientist, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States
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