About Campaign

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As Singapore's only museum dedicated to Southeast Asian contemporary art, the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) serves communities of artists, students, families and VWOs among many. With one of the biggest collections of contemporary art from the region, SAM seeks to create infinite room for everyone to think, experience and be inspired through its exhibitions and programmes.

SAM relies on generous donors for critical funding to create contemporary art exhibitions, education and community programmes that will engage visitors and spark a lifelong interest in art.

Giving Week is a national movement that encourages everyone to give back especially as we enter into the season of giving. During this week, corporates, non-profits and individuals across Singapore to come together to make a difference.

So join the Giving Week movement from 27 November to 5 December 2018 and do your part for SAM. Be a SAM Champion! Start making a difference today by donating generously and sharing this page with all your friends!

Every effort counts!

Remember to tag us at #singaporeartmuseum , #GivingWeekSG and #CityofGood

About the Charity

The Singapore Art Museum focuses on international contemporary art practices, specialising in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Housed in a restored 19th-century mission school, Singapore Art Museum opened its doors in 1996 as the first art museum in Singapore. Also known as SAM, the museum is now a contemporary art museum. SAM has built one of the world's most important public collections of Southeast Asian contemporary artworks, with a growing component in international contemporary art. SAM draws from its collection and collaborates with international contemporary art museums to co-curate and present contemporary art exhibitions. Contemporary art of the region is also given international exposure through SAM's travelling exhibition programme and collection loans.

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Arts & Heritage
Community
Education
Families