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Singapore Tyler Print Institute

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Address: 41 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236, Singapore
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+65 6336 3663

Since 2002, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) has pushed the...

Since 2002, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) has pushed the technical and aesthetic frontiers of print- and paper-making, by creating limited-edition prints and unique art works on paper at its unique and well-equipped facility.

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Fun workshops at open house

Visited the annual open house this past weekend and got to partake in many interesting activities. From making paper from cotton pulp, to witnessing and trying out the different... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2016
Singapore, Singapore
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Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 9 August 2016

Visited the annual open house this past weekend and got to partake in many interesting activities. From making paper from cotton pulp, to witnessing and trying out the different types of printing methods (eg. lithography, copper plate etching, screen printing) - the whole experience was really fun and engaging, definitely something new to experience in Singapore. The volunteers were very... More 

Thank wanlingtwl
Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 9 August 2016

STPI had a open house this weekend and it was a great event! Lots of cool workshops catering to a whole range of ages and interests. Situated along Robertson Quay with lots of F&B options available, it would make a great place to visit after a meal, or even as a quick stopover for some culture and air-conditioned respite if... More 

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Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

The institute allowed visitors a hands-on experience of the different printing methods - so cool! #STPIOpenHouse2016 #printersjam

Thank Kai S
Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 26 September 2015 via mobile

Although I've lived in the area for more than 6 years, today was my first visit to STPI. It's a small gallery but is well structured with some interesting, if slightly unusual, exhibits. Photos of the current exhibition attached here. Worth a look when you're in the area.

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Reviewed 12 July 2015

Go for their 1 hour free guided tours on most Saturdays 2.30pm. Led by volunteers from the Friends of the museum, you get access to their workshop downstairs and understand the print making process and techniques that are used to make the pieces of art in the main gallery. STPI is people-friendly, in that it gives the public free access... More 

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Reviewed 1 September 2014

STPI is located at Robertson Quay, along the upper parts of Singapore river. It is an integrated print arts center that makes it own paper, and does range of printing from woodcut, metal etching, limestone block, silkscreen etc. The museum is a quiet place partially illuminated by sunlight. I had a chance to visit their annual open house last weekend... More 

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Reviewed 14 June 2014 via mobile

The exhibition I saw yesterday was lovely. But i hoped for a little more. Just one artist showcased in a marvellous gallery. So if the artist is dud you have nowhere to go. Didn't see a soul.

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Reviewed 29 February 2012

This is an often missed little museum/gallery/print and paper-making facility that is well worth a visit if you are at Robertson Quay or Clarke Quay. I went past it several times thinking it was a private enterprise but eventually discovered it is open to the public. If you visit on a Saturday at 2.30pm there is a free one-hour guided... More 

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