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ARTS AND CULTURE

We are dedicated to promoting the local arts and culture scene, through regular exhibitions and immersive experiences held in support of meaningful causes.
 

SINGAPORE

2022

The AR-mazing Tiger Trail 2022

From 26 February to 9 April 2022, guests experienced The AR-mazing Tiger Trail, featuring more than 30 life-sized tiger sculptures island-wide, designed by renowned local and international artists, including 4 in The Fullerton Heritage precinct, and an art exhibition featuring unique artworks inspired by the tiger at the East Garden Gallery.

2021

Beauty of Art Exhibition 

From December 2021 to February 2022, students of Rainbow Centre’s Artability programme presented 38 artworks made using upcycled Shiseido products, at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore's East Garden Gallery. The exhibition featured original art pieces exploring themes of nature, botany, wildlife, fashion, beauty and Singapore landmarks, all creatively brought to life with cosmetics and paint. All proceeds from the artwork sales went towards the young artists and Rainbow Centre, a non-profit organisation supporting persons with disabilities.

Celebrating Life, Together Exhibition

Throughout the month of October 2021, a colourful display of 40 original art pieces was presented by breast cancer patients and healthcare professionals at the “Celebrate Life, Together” exhibition by Khoo Teck Puat Hospital at the East Garden Gallery. "Celebrate Life, Together" was organised in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021. All proceeds from the sale of artworks went towards Breast Cancer Foundation, a non-profit organisation which advocates the early detection of breast cancer and supports the breast cancer community in Singapore.

Heritage Art - Batik Spirit

In August 2021, guests were invited to dive into the elegant world of batik as they learnt about its symbolism, history and the intrinsic dedication needed to complete each piece of art at the “Heritage Art – Batik Spirit” exhibition presented by Gallery NaWei. 20 percent of the proceeds from the exhibition went towards The Private Museum Singapore, a non-profit private museum in Singapore promoting art appreciation, which engages local, regional and international audiences.

Art for Autism: All Things Singapore

From 13 May to 1 August 2021, guests were treated to a display of all things Singapore through the lens of talented special artists from The Art Faculty, with an array of artworks reflecting what the Lion City really means to them. All proceeds from the artwork sales went towards The Art Faculty, a social enterprise which celebrates the abilities of people with autism and related challenges.