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Singapore Art Museum

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What does Singapore Art Museum do?

Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is a charity that presents contemporary art exhibitions and programmes with a focus on Southeast Asia. It relies on donations to create inspiring shows, sparking lifelong interest in art and making it accessible for all.

Founded

2013

People

imran bin tajudeen, collin tseng chern yang @collin liu chern yang, fumio nanjo, su e-len mrs. e-len fu, foo kwee joen junie, michelangelo kho samson, low eng teong, timothy chin jun wun (timothy chen junwen), cheng wai wing edmund, heng chen seng

Causes

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Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2013
  • Published yearly Annual Reports
  • Audited Financial Statements

Society Impact

  • Promoting contemporary art and artists from Southeast Asia, fostering a regional identity and cultural exchange.
  • Providing educational programs to make contemporary art accessible for visitors of all backgrounds, enhancing their understanding and appreciation of the arts.
  • Organizing thought-provoking exhibitions that spark lifelong interest in art and stimulate creativity among visitors.
  • Building one of the world's most important public collections of Southeast Asian contemporary art for future generations to appreciate and learn from.
  • Committing to responsible practices, such as sustainable operations and ethical collection management, contributing to a humane and sustainable future.
  • Encouraging dialogue, discovery, and collaboration among artists, visitors, and the community through various programs and events.
  • Fostering cultural tourism

Donation Income

Fundraising Efficiency

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Program Expense Ratio

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