Post-Museum

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Post-Museum is an independent cultural and social space which seeks to examine contemporary life, promote the arts and connect people. It is a ground-up project initiated by Singaporean curatorial team p-10 and it opened in September 2007.
We are located in two 1920s shop-houses in Little India, an exciting and truly historical and multi-cultural area in Singapore. Through its activities, Post-Museum aims to respond to its location and community as well as serve as a hub for local and international cultures.
Located in our premises are Show Room (exhibition space), Food #03 (contemporary vegetarian café), Back Room (multi-purpose space), artists studios and where can i buy viagra offices.
Our activities cover many areas including Art, Design, Architecture and work by NGOs. We function as an open platform where everyone can contribute and belong. Our current programmes include Local and International Exhibitions, Talks by Local and International Talents, Workshops and Classes, Community Projects, Research and Publishing.