9 days ago
FOM's Open House is being held at NMS on the 21st of September from 10:00am to 12:30pm. Join in and bring along your friends for FOM's annual event. Meet the various Museum Coordinators and Activity leaders and find out about the various FOM activities.
The Monday Morning Lectures resume after the summer break and you can listen to the talk by Dr. Imran Bin Tajudeen. Read More
14 days ago
MML's popular lecture series resumes September 21st! First lecture - Singapore’s Dual Port-town Layout and its Fine-grain Diversity: An Urban Mosaic Perspective by Dr Imran bin Tajudeen. More information
72 days ago
There are still spaces available for next year's training, please contact our FOM office or join our 2nd Public Information Meeting (PIM) on the 4th of September at Singapore Art Museum, 9.30 onwards. Read more
83 days ago
The FOM office will be closed from 22-26 June 2015, reopening at 9:30 am
on 29 June 2015.
88 days ago
MMLs are on break and will resume 21st September. Please check here for updates
99 days ago
FOM in the News! Straits Times 18 May 2015.
Friends of the Museums help tell the Singapore story. Ms Elaine Cheong, president of the Friends of the Museums and the first Singaporean to lead the group, has a message for those with time to spare to train to be docents: "Come and tell your Singapore story. It belongs to you." Read more
103 days ago
FOM is now taking applications for the training year 2015/16. For more information please visit Docent Training and join our Public Information Meeting on the 21st of May at NMS, 10.00am onwards.
120 days ago
Monday Morning Lectures are held at the National Museum of Singapore in May. Please join us on Mondays 4, 11, 18 and 25 May for some great talks!
229 days ago
Friends of the Museums (Singapore) works outside the traditional museums, too! We partnered with Singapore’s Economic Development Board to bring tours to historic Gillman Barracks and worked with the National Arts Council to provide engaging tours for the Singapore Biennale. To learn more click here