EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOLS ONLY
First developed together with Haig Girls’ School, the Think! Contemporary Programme is a multi-visit, museum-based school programme that advocates learning through art at SAM. Integrating school curricula with museum visits, the programme employs artworks from various ongoing SAM exhibitions as a primary resource for classroom teaching and learning of Art, Character and Citizenship Education, English, Science and Social Studies.
This programme culminates in an exhibition at the end of the year, supported by SAM.
SAM Education team will support participating schools with a guided recce visit for educators, a pre-visit talk at the school, and in exhibiting the students’ artworks. Please contact [email protected] if your school is interested in participating.
A lesson package based on artworks from the Learning Gallery has been created in collaboration with teachers from Geylang Methodist School (Primary), Haig Girls’ School, Mayflower Primary School and St. Anthony’s Primary School.
SAM education team will support participating schools with a guided recce visit for educators, a pre-visit talk at the school, and in exhibiting the students’ artworks. Please contact [email protected] if your school is interested in participating.
Please contact [email protected] to book a visit to the Learning Gallery for Gallery Sessions by SAM Education Specialists or for self-directed visits.
A lesson package based on artworks from the Learning Gallery has also been created in collaboration with teachers. Educators are encouraged to use the resources to facilitate Art discussion during the visit.
Download the following Think! Contemporary Secondary School Resources:
|ARTIST & ARTWORK(S)||LESSON PLANS / INTEGRATED SUBJECTS|
Untitled work from the ‘Singapore’ series
|Sarah Choo Jing |
The Hidden Dimension II
|Shin Lin |
|Vicente Delgado |
We Are Family
|Lee Wen |
|Chun Kai Feng |
Not Much to See
|Green Zeng |
Siapa Nama Saya?from the ‘Chinese School Lessons’ series
|Jing Quek |
Singapore Idols – Army Boys
Singapore Idols – Aunties & Uncles
Singapore Idols – Maids
|Jason Wee |
Self-Portrait (No More Tears Mr. Lee)
|Francis Ng |
Constructing Construction #1
|Michael Lee |
Sparrow (after National Theatre, 1963-86, on Clemenceau Avenue) from the series “City Planned: Tracing Monuments”
|Dawn Ng |