24 August 2020
The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art (NTU CCA) Singapore, anchor tenant of the Gillman Barracks arts cluster, will close its exhibition space and residency studios in March next year, when funding from the Economic Development Board (EDB) ceases. While its exhibition hall and residencies for international artists will be no more, the centre will continue to research contemporary art and run events for the public.
Dr Joseph Liow, Dean of NTU’s college of humanities, arts and social sciences and Research Adviser, RSIS told The Straits Times last Friday that the centre is “looking at diversifying the locations of its exhibition and other activities, and increasing its presence at the NTU main campus and other NTU locations”.
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Last updated on 24/08/2020