The Everyday Museum at Tanjong Pagar Distripark

The Everyday Museum at Tanjong Pagar Distripark

The Everyday Museum brings art to everyday lives and demonstrates the possibilities and potential of art and creativity for our society. Siting projects in publicly accessible spaces, these are artworks that will spark curiosity, activate imagination and ignite conversations, transforming everyday experiences into memorable encounters that offer new perspectives on life and society. Dedicated to supporting artistic practice in the public sphere, The Everyday Museum is a platform for creative production and experimentation, where every space is a cultural space, created for and with communities. Its diverse programming creates physical and virtual nodes for engagement and interaction where everyone can participate.

The Everyday Museum is a public art initiative of the Singapore Art Museum and part of the museum’s new direction of infusing meaningful art encounters into the everyday, inspiring change through art and collaborations.

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check out the line-up of free and ticketed events below!



Conceptual Collage: An art and photography parent-child workshop inspired by Grace Tan’s Sea of flags
Sat 4 May | 3–5.30pm
SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Level 3, Corporate Office, Main Deck
Free, by registration | Ages 5 and up
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In this family-friendly workshop, participate in an afternoon of creative exploration and make your very own work of art inspired by Grace Tan’s Sea of flags. Learn about the fundamentals of colour theory and photography as you embark on a walking trail with Gosh! Kids to discover and document the community spaces in Tanjong Pagar. The session will culminate in a hands-on workshop, where you may adopt the creative processes and modes of production that artist Grace Tan employed for Sea of flags. Participants will be given a customised art kit and guided through the process of selecting colours and details to create unique compositions.

Prove You Are Human

Genevieve Chua


The Oort Cloud and the Blue Mountain: Edition Tanjong Pagar Distripark

Hazel Lim-Schlegel and Andreas Schlegel, in collaboration with neuewave


Creatif Compleks

Michael Lee