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  • Heritage Through Google Glass - The Marsiling Tunnels

    Heritage Through Google Glass - The Marsiling Tunnels.

    The first documentary under the ‘Heritage Through Google Glass’ series documents the interiors of the Marsiling Tunnels and incorporates NHB’s research on these World War II structures.

  • Museum Etiquette

    Museum Etiquette

    Planning a visit to the museum with your students or children? Watch this animated video with them prior to your museum visit and share with them the dos and don’ts when visiting a museum.

  • Lecture on ‘The Importance of Culture for City Marketing’

    NHB Distinguished Speaker Series: Lecture on ‘The Importance of Culture for Citymarketing’

    Mr Frans van der Avert is CEO of Amsterdam Marketing in Amsterdam, NL. He received his degree from Reinwardt Academy of Museum Management in 1984, going on to specialise in cultural marketing. From 1991 to 2002, he worked at Amsterdam’s celebrated Rijksmuseum in public relations.

  • Lecture on 'Throwing Out the Rulebook - How Museums can be in Step with the Future'

    Art, Culture and Heritage in Singapore: Towards a Common Vision and Agenda (Prof Tommy Koh Lecture)

    Mr Wim Pijbes, General Director of the Rijksmuseum shared the thinking behind the museum’s transformation after its 10-year closure and how it has become a forward-looking museum, through the introduction of several bold and unconventional initiatives, which provided a new dimension on the way museums link individuals with art and history.

  • Lecture on 'Art, Culture and Heritage in Singapore: Towards a Common Vision and Agenda'

    Throwing out the Rulebook: How museums can be in step with the future'

    With an increasing awareness and appreciation of arts and heritage in Singapore, having a holistic and common view is crucial. This lecture by Professor Tommy Koh aims to inspire thought and provoke discussions as Singapore moves towards her future as a renaissance city.

  • Painting Conservation - Surface Cleaning

    Painting Conservation - Surface Cleaning

    Conservators are the invisible heroes behind our exhibitions at the museums. They juggle different aspects such as documentation, conservation treatments, exhibition liaison and support, condition checking, checking for pest and mould occurrences, environmental monitoring, outreach programme, reading the latest conservation updates, writing reports and research publications, and lots of thinking that goes in the process.

  • Painting Conservation - Strip Lining

    Painting Conservation - Strip Lining

    Conservators are the invisible heroes behind our exhibitions at the museums. They juggle different aspects such as documentation, conservation treatments, exhibition liaison and support, condition checking, checking for pest and mould occurrences, environmental monitoring, outreach programme, reading the latest conservation updates, writing reports and research publications, and lots of thinking that goes in the process.

  • Painting Conservation - Reintegration

    Painting Conservation - Reintegration

    Conservators are the invisible heroes behind our exhibitions at the museums. They juggle different aspects such as documentation, conservation treatments, exhibition liaison and support, condition checking, checking for pest and mould occurrences, environmental monitoring, outreach programme, reading the latest conservation updates, writing reports and research publications, and lots of thinking that goes in the process.

  • Painting Conservation - Consolidation

    Painting Conservation - Consolidation

    Conservators are the invisible heroes behind our exhibitions at the museums. They juggle different aspects such as documentation, conservation treatments, exhibition liaison and support, condition checking, checking for pest and mould occurrences, environmental monitoring, outreach programme, reading the latest conservation updates, writing reports and research publications, and lots of thinking that goes in the process.

  • Painting Conservation - Conservation Framing

    Painting Conservation - Conservation Framing

    Conservators are the invisible heroes behind our exhibitions at the museums. They juggle different aspects such as documentation, conservation treatments, exhibition liaison and support, condition checking, checking for pest and mould occurrences, environmental monitoring, outreach programme, reading the latest conservation updates, writing reports and research publications, and lots of thinking that goes in the process.

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