How often is the Singapore Art Gallery Guide (SAGG) published?
SAGG print issues are published every month, except during the summer holiday period (June & July) and around Chinese New Year (January & February), for which we combine two months into one. In total, SAGG is printed 10 times a year: Jan/Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun/Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec.
What is the size of the publication?
It’s a pocket sized publication (11. 5 x 21 cm) and easy to carry with you when visiting the galleries.
Which art genres are published inside SAGG?
The main focus is on visual arts, encompassing information about theatre, dance, music, film and literature.
Where can I get individual copies?
Copies of the Singapore Art Gallery Guide are available at the following venues: Alliance Française de Singapour, Asian Civilisations Museum, Artscience Museum, Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (CCA), Crown Relocations Singapore, DBS Arts Centre, Gillman Barracks, Goodman Arts Centre, Japan Creative Centre, LASALLE College of the Arts, Malay Heritage Centre, National Museum of Singapore, Peranakan Museum, Red Dot Design Museum, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Public Libraries, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Swissôtel THE STAMFORD, tcc – the connoisseur concerto, The Arts House, The Art Fellas, The Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, The Fullerton Heritage, The Substation.
What are the benefits to publish inside SAGG?
Art Galleries inform the public about activities and enhance their customer base.
Art Organizations inform and invite the public to participate in their activities.
Art Professionals announce their skills to build or increase a customer base.
Art Businesses offer products and services to increase network opportunities and find new customers.
Corporations supporting the arts as sponsors or donors show their social responsibility, enhance the brand association and reach new audiences.
Which options are available to promote my art activities inside SAGG?
Please go to our Advertising page to find out more about your options.
What are the Terms and Conditions?
The Singapore Art Gallery Guide (SAGG) is published by Rene Daniels. Please pay within 21 days after invoice by cheque or money transfer to Rene Daniels. Interest accrued at 1.5% per month thereafter. In the event of an error, the Publisher’s liability shall not exceed the amount paid by the customer for the issue with the error. The Publisher will not assume responsibility for colour matching and is not liable for delays in delivery or for non-delivery or any condition affecting production or delivery in any manner.