Post-Museum is an independent cultural and social space in Singapore which aims to encourage and support a thinking and pro-active community. It is an open platform for examining contemporary life, promoting the arts and connecting people.

A ground-up project initiated by Singaporean curatorial team p-10, Post-Museum aims to respond to its location and community as well as serve as a hub for local and international cultures.

From September 2007 until August 2011, Post-Museum was located in two 1920s shop-houses in Little India, an exciting and truly historical and multi-cultural area in Singapore. The premises along Rowell Rd included Food #03 (deli-bar), Show Room (exhibition cum performance space), Back Room (multi-purpose space), artists studios and offices. We functioned as a rental venue as well as organised and hosted various events and activities. These included local and international Exhibitions, Residency Programmes for local and international talents, Talks by local and international talents, Workshops and Classes, Community Projects, Research, Publishing etc.

Post-Museum is a social enterprise which obtains additional funding from individuals, private companies and public funds. Currently nomadic, we will continue to organise and host various events and activities in different spaces. We welcome anyone who is interested to contribute, partner or engage with us in any way. Please contact us via email for more info. Thank you.