Discover the connections between the diverse culture of Asia, and how the trade, interactions of people, and exchanges of ideas have influenced art in Asia. These tours are led by our volunteer docents.
Introduction to Ancestral Cultures or Cross-cultural Art (choose one)
Mondays to Fridays
Hourly between 10am to 4pm
Suitable for tertiary level students
Tours are customisable according to age group. Please fill in this booking form or e-mail our education team with your visit details before the 7th of the preceding month to book a guided tour.
Please e-mail our education team
at least 4 weeks in advance to book a slot for a self-guided tour.
Students’ presentation and language skills are honed as they train as guides. After the workshop, participants will be equipped to guide their peers around the galleries during learning journeys at the museum. Available in Mandarin.
Speak Out Loud! Student Museum Guiding (currently available only in Mandarin)
2 full days, from 9am to 4.30pm
Suitable for 13 to 17 years old
$1,200 for every 15 students
Please fill in this booking form or e-mail our education team with your visit details before the 7th of the preceding month to book this workshop.
Workshops at ACM for tertiary students aim to allow exploration of identity and deeper understanding of individual roles, and how we come together to form an ever-evolving Asian culture.
Stay tuned more updates!
Be our collaborator today!
In 2018, two interns from NYJC did a week-long attachment with ACM. Working with our Audience Managers, they conceptualised a Southeast Asian Trail for our permanent galleries and produced craft activities for pre-school groups. ACM is currently producing a trail for tertiary students by tertiary students. The interns also actively helped out in the June Holiday programme, where they got to try their hand at facilitating a craft workshop and interacting with Primary School students.
Every year, the Audience Team at ACM collaborates with students from Art schools, such as LASALLE, NAFA, and SOTA, for various projects. Most recently, we are working with LASALLE’s dance faculty to interpret our Tang, Trade, and Contemporary Galleries for our annual Halloween event, ACM After Dark.
ACM has collaborated with the National Institute of Education’s Visual and Performing Arts department through group discussions with student-teachers on how they can craft museum-based learning lesson plans and better facilitate age-appropriate discussions about often avoided objects, such as religious sculptures.
Should you be interested in a collaboration with us, please email our education team and your e-mail will be forwarded to the relevant manager in-charge.