IMPRESSION SINGAPORE National Day Art Exhibition
In order to better promote the digital development of Singapore's art scene and interaction with new media, and to improve the information and historical records of painters.
FASS, in order to complement future painting exhibitions and cultural exchange activities, under the leadership of the President, the Society will be doing offline activities as well as large-scale online painting exhibitions and information collation.
FASS completed a new version of its website in May 2022, adding a directory of painting societies in Singapore.
We hope that all painting societies can use this platform to promote their works and submit them online enthusiastically, and also upload their own logos and contact information and activities, so as to share and interconnect, and enhance our future development with digital support.
1. To coordinate the promotion of visual art in Singapore.
2. To coordinate & promote the interests of artists & societies.
3. To promote Singapore as a regional hub for Art Societies.
Singapore as a Visual Art Hub The Federation has been working to position Singapore as a visual art hub by facilitating transnational collaborations. The recent Singapore-Malaysia-China, Indonesia Chinese Art Exchange Exhibition in 2008 and the New Expression of Asian Art Exhibition co-organized by the Federation facilitated interactions and dialogues between artists from various countries in Asia.
About President 会长简介
The Federation of Art Societies was officially registered with the Registrar of Societies on 24th January 1992. The federation has organized various platforms such as exhibitions, publications, workshops, public programmers, forum as well as going online to develop visual art in Singapore. The Federation comprises of twenty-four art societies working towards recognizing the contributions of artists, and promoting cultural exchanges between artists from Singapore and abroad.
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With your support, we can improve in future:
- Art Development Significance
- Pioneer Artists Care
- Children Art Educational
- Condition of the Artworks
- Relevance to the Society's mission and existing collection