NTU MUSEUM promotes a keen awareness and strong interest in art and heritage on campus. Being part of the University, the Museum has the advantage to work with schools of various disciplines, as she focuses on an educational role, works with the artist community to initiate interdisciplinary research and collaborations in exhibitions and programmes, and brings art to the NTU Community through an active public art programme.
Opened in 2008 and listed under the National Heritage Board's Approved Museum Scheme, the Museum has a modest contemporary and Southeast Asia art collection and exhibits mostly in public spaces on campus to maximise her outreach. At the same time, the Museum aims to enhance vibrancy on campus through active collaborations and involving the NTU Community in art initiatives and programmes.
Since 2014, the Museum has been very active in strengthening its relevance in NTU, aligning its strategic directions and contributing positively towards the University's Community by:
The above initiatives have far-reaching and positive impact. They are:
- A high quality art collection for NTU
- Increase in awareness, participation and appreciation of art on campus
- Enhance educational experience through multiple interdisciplinary partnerships between faculty, students and staff from other schools and departments
- Enhance learning opportunities as students learn new skills
- Enhance vibrancy and learning environment on campus through art
- Creation of unique made-in-NTU, for NTU and by NTU Renewable Energy and New Media art collection.
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