The show goes on for Singapore Art Week despite tourist restrictions, with a focus on introducing art to the community

//The show goes on for Singapore Art Week despite tourist restrictions, with a focus on introducing art to the community

The show goes on for Singapore Art Week despite tourist restrictions, with a focus on introducing art to the community

Singapore Art Week (SAW) gets under way this week, even though the country has yet to relax quarantine requirements for most overseas visitors.Now in its ninth year, the annual festival was initially conceived by the Singapore Tourism Board as a way to position the city state as Southeast Asia’s visual arts hub, but must carry on without the tourists, explains Tay Tong, the director of visual arts development at the National Arts Council.The event will feature dozens of exhibitions and public…

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