Singapore Art Museum’s SAM Late Nights programme returns this June, July and August, in conjunction with the museum’s latest exhibition, Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time. Last held in January to March 2018, the programme features complimentary late night access to the museum, live poetry reading sessions, casual artwork discussions and live music performances. Taking place on the second Friday of every month, the upcoming sessions of SAM Late Nights will take place on 8 June, 13 July and 10 August at SAM at 8Q.
SAM Late Nights is a free programme, and allows complimentary access to the museum for all visitors from 6pm onwards. Admission to SAM’s exhibitions are free for Singaporeans and permanent residents, and all other visitors enjoy free entry every Friday evening from 6pm to 9pm (U.P. $6 for foreigners, $3 for students and seniors).
Till 9pm: SAM exhibition: Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time, at SAM at 8Q
6pm – 10.30pm: Al-fresco snacks and drinks by Standing Sushi Bar, at 8Q Plaza
7pm – 8pm: Art Sound Write | Live poetry readings by Singaporean poets Samuel Caleb, Wee, Iain Lim, Crispin Rodrigues, Marylyn Tan and Patricia Karunungan, at 8Q Lobby
8.30pm – 8.45pm: Insider’s Insights | Bite-sized introduction of one Imaginarium artwork + chat with organisers behind the exhibition, at SAM at 8Q
9pm – 10.30pm: Live music performances, at 8Q Plaza
– 8 June: Falling Feathers
– 13 July: ARNT (of palty sotato)
– 10 August: Ocean’s Children
Dates: Second Friday of every month, 8 June, 13 July, 10 August 2018
Admission: Free entry for all from 6pm onwards
Venue: SAM at 8Q (8 Queen Street, Singapore 188535)