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  • 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 - In Painting

    Painting Conservation - In Painting

    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 - 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 - 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.

  • Relocation of Bukit Brown Cemetery Gates

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    This short documentary by the National Heritage Board captures the extraction of Bukit Brown Cemetery’s iconic gates and columns, and is the first in a three-part series documenting the refurbishment of the gates.

  • Restoration of the Bukit Brown Cemetery Gates

    Restoration of Bukit Brown Cemetery Gates

    This short documentary by the National Heritage Board captures the repair and refurbishment process of Bukit Brown Cemetery’s iconic gates and is the second in a three-part series documenting the refurbishment of the gates.

  • Root.sg Presents: The Jackson Plan

    jackson plan

    Lieutenant Philip Jackson was thought to be the first engineer and land surveyor in the colony of Singapore during his time. In 1822, he was commissioned by Stamford Raffles to draw up a town plan of Singapore. The urban plan was organised according to land use and the different communities.

  • Roots Trails: Little India Heritage Trail

    Little India trail

    Behind all the vibrant colours, irresistible food, and diverse communities and culture that it's famous for, the Little India precinct holds many little-known stories since its early beginnings. Besides marvelling at the sights and sounds of these historic places, we meet with locals and 'lim kopi' with the Trail Expert to uncover the significance of this well-loved precinct.

  • Roots.sg Presents: Amoy & Fuzhou: A History in Paintings

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    Amoy and Fuzhou, the subjects of many late 19th century Chinese export paintings, make up a fair bit of Singapore's history. What did these three places/provinces have in common for a shared past?

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