Named after British General Sir Webb Gillman, Gillman Barracks is set amid lush greenery and was set up in 1936 as a British Camp. The conserved colonial barracks now house galleries, NTU Centre of Contemporary Art (CCA) and creative businesses. The local and international galleries feature diverse and ever-changing contemporary art exhibitions, while CCA aims to bolster the region's visual arts landscape through its local and international artist residency, research and exhibition programmes. 


Coordinator

Dorit Ginat

Address

9 Lock Road, Singapore 108937

Opening Hours

Opening hours: Tues to Sun (refer to individual galleries websites for opening hours)
Closed Mondays & Public Holidays

Guided Tours