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NAC-Arts Education Programmes (NAC-AEP) affected by COVID-19

NAC-Arts Education Programmes (NAC-AEP) affected by COVID-19

To protect students and staff against the spread of the COVID-19, MOE has suspended large group and communal activities such as camps and inter-school activities to minimise mingling and mitigate potential risks when students gather in large numbers. External school activities, such as CCAs that are conducted at external/public venues with little control over exposure to crowds, have also been suspended till June Holidays.

Extension of the 2019/2020 NAC-AEP cycle

Extension of the 2019/2020 NAC-AEP cycle

To facilitate the ongoing review process, all current programmes on the 2019/20 cycle will be extended for an additional year, and will be part of the 2019-2021 directory. Application for Public Arts Programmes will continue as per the current arrangement. Information on the new NAC-AEP and application details will be shared in the later half of the year.

Teach from Home – a new digital toolkit for educators!

Teach from Home – a new digital toolkit for educators!

Google has set up a digital toolkit - Teach from Home to support teachers and educators during the COVID-19 crisis.

Designed from an educator’s perspective, this is an easy-to-use toolkit with all of Google’s tools (most are free) such as google docs, google forms, google hangout, google calendar etc.

Website User Guide for NAC-AEP Matters

Website User Guide for NAC-AEP Matters

We've updated the user guide for artists/ arts group representatives, to guide you step-by-step through the navigation of the website with regards to NAC-AEP matters.

Click to download the guide, and we hope it is useful to you.

Culture Academy's In Conversation With Museums Victoria on

Culture Academy's In Conversation With Museums Victoria on "The Making of an Award-Winning Children’s Gallery

The Culture Academy Singapore is pleased to invite you to attend our first In Conversation With Session for 2020 to be held on Friday, 20 March 2020 at the National Gallery Singapore’s Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, Basement, City Hall Wing.

Our distinguished panel from Melbourne’s Museums Victoria will be sharing on “The Making of an Award-Winning Children’s Gallery”. The session will be moderated by Ms Suenne Megan Tan, Director of Audience Development and Engagement, National Gallery Singapore.

En Route to Inclusitivity: Working with Children with Disabilities in and through the Arts

En Route to Inclusitivity: Working with Children with Disabilities in and through the Arts

NAC is pleased to announce that the course, “En Route to Inclusivity: Working with Children with Disabilities in and through the Arts” is now available for registration.

New Public Artworks and Learning Resources for Schools!

New Public Artworks and Learning Resources for Schools!

In commemoration of the Singapore Bicentennial, NAC's Public Art Trust (PAT) recently commissioned two new works by Singaporean artists: Crossing Shores by Speak Cryptic, and The Time Tree by Robert Zhao Renhui. Both artworks will be exhibited until the end of February 2020.

Accompanying this is a range of educational resources made available, including activity sheets, weekend drop-in activities, and a school assembly talk programme for primary school children.

From 1 September 2018, CorpPass to be the required login method for all UEN-registered entities on the NAC Arts Education Portal

From 1 September 2018, CorpPass to be the required login method for all UEN-registered entities on the NAC Arts Education Portal

Singapore Corporate Access or CorpPass is a single corporate digital identity for business and other entities (e.g. non-profit organisations and associations) to transact online with government agencies.

CorpPass will be the only login method for UEN-registered entities to transact on the NAC Arts Education portal from 1 September 2018 onwards. SingPass will not be permitted for G2B transactions commencing from this date.

Individuals and local entities without a UEN (e.g. collectives) will continue to use their SingPass.