National Gallery Singapore Opens with Imagineear

National Gallery Singapore, the city state’s largest collection of Southeast Asian art, and one of the most keenly awaited new Asian galleries of 2015, opened at the end of November offering three mobile tours produced by Imagineear.

Using scripts provided by the gallery’s curators, Imagineear vetted, edited, translated and produced tours for the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery and the DBS Singapore Gallery, together with a Building History tour which explores the uses and architecture of the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings that have been restored and combined to house over 8,000 works of art.

In addition to Singapore English, Imagineear recorded the tours in three languages: Singapore Malay, Tamil and Singapore Mandarin with studio sessions taking place in London and the Garden City.

Andrew Nugée, founder and CEO of Imagineear, attended the opening event. He said, “We have an established track record of working in Singapore, so we were delighted to be asked to contribute to the visitor experience at the National Gallery Singapore. By bringing alive the curators’ content and interpreting it in a format and in local languages we will help National Gallery Singapore reach the many different audiences visiting this leading new venue.”

Gallery Building image attribution: By Jacklee, via Wikimedia Commons


For further information please contact:

Andrew Nugee
Imagineear Ltd
Tel: +44 (0)845 680 7770

About Imagineear Ltd

Imagineear is a leading provider of multimedia content and technology solutions. We design and produce multilingual content, which we often integrate with existing archive materials, as well as live audio. We publish to smartphones, and to smart devices on-site, working with sports venues, cultural sites and the healthcare sector. In London and Amsterdam we have experienced content, hardware, software and data solution teams. Our goal is to help our clients deliver exceptional value and memorable experiences to their visitors, both on- and off-site.