Art Retreat Museum Singapore’s first private museum of modern Asian and European art featuring temporary and traveling exhibitions of local, regional and international artists curated by guest curators from Singapore and abroad.
Arthur M. Sackler Museum Part of the Harvard University Art Museums housing one of the finest collections of Asian Art in the United States.
Asia House A non-profit, non-political organization established in London in 1996 to promote appreciation and understanding of Asian countries, their arts, religions and economies, and to foster closer communication between the peoples of Asia and Europe.
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco One of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art featuring 6,000 years of history, seven major regions, and samples of cultures from numerous countries.
Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore (ACM) The first museum in the region to present a broad yet integrated perspective of pan-Asian cultures and civilisations and promote a better appreciation of the rich cultures that make up Singapore’s multi-ethnic society.
Bradshaw Foundation A non-profit organization dedicated to the study, recording and protection of rock art around the world.
China Academy of Art Located in Hangzhou, this academy offers the most complete range of degrees and programs of study in fine arts in China. The Academy encourages diversity in thinking, art exploration and academic research and takes as its motto “diversity in harmony”, fostering an environment for innovation.
China Institute A nonprofit educational and cultural institution that promotes the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of traditional and contemporary Chinese civilization, culture and heritage. Located in New York City.
Chinese Arts Centre A national agency established in 1986 for the development and promotion of Chinese arts and culture in the United Kingdom.
National Art Museum of China, Beijing (NAMOC) China’s national museum for visual arts, with a focus on collecting, studying and exhibiting of China’s modern and contemporary works of fine art.
National Heritage Board, Singapore Promotes the development of Singapore’s vibrant cultural and heritage sector through an annual calendar of exciting and innovative programs.
National Museum of Singapore Singapore’s oldest museum designed to be the people’s museum by introducing cutting edge and varied ways of presenting history to redefine the conventional museum experience.
National University of Singapore Museum An enriching experience of the social history and the art of Asia comprised of the Lee Kong Chian Art Museum, Ng Eng Teng Gallery, and the South & Southeast Asian Gallery.
Peabody Essex Museum America’s oldest continuously operating museum with over 2.4 million works of art including an excellent Asian art collection and a complete Qing Dynasty house on the grounds of the museum.
Sichuan Fine Arts Institute (SFAI) China’s oldest art academy of higher learning located in Southwest China. Founded over 60 years ago, the academy is well known for its high arts education quality, active creation and outstanding achievements.
Singapore Art An extensive online research archive on the Singapore visual and interdisciplinary arts scene covering galleries, museums, organizations, individual artists and suppliers.
Singapore Art Museum (SAM) Houses the national art collection of Singapore, the largest collection of 20th Century South-east Asian art held by a public institution. Promotes and active exhibition schedule highlighting modern and contemporary art, including international programming.