Organise Exhibitions & Talks
Calling all schools, community centres, heritage centres, associations and any organisation keen to connect with Singapore’s history and our phenomenal women!
Whether it is in celebration of International Women’s Day or in celebration of other events that your school or organisation might have, we would love to help you organise exhibitions based on the amazing lives and inspiring stories of the women in our Hall of Fame. Those who have been to our Hall of Fame events have never failed to be impressed by the vision, courage, talent and dedication of these pioneering and outstanding women.
We have exhibition materials ready for use, and we can arrange for speakers and other resources.
For more information about our roving exhibition, please download our brochure here.
For further questions and booking enquiries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6837 0611.
We have a poster with the profile and some pictures of every woman in the Hall of Fame. These posters can be made available for exhibitions or related events focusing on the history of women in Singapore and their achievements and contributions.
We can provide all the posters, or just those relating to specific categories or themes (such as politics, health, sports and so on) or to specific women (such as the alumna of a school).
We can also work with you on quizzes and other interactive features to make the exhibition truly memorable.
“It inspires me to be as confident and have determination to achieve my own personal goals, just like the women portrayed in the exhibition.” – Chanis Tan, Secondary 2, Paya Lebar MGS
“I like that this exhibition displays powerful women whom I have never read about or known before and it encourages young girls like me to make an impact to the society despite the fact that I am a woman. The exhibition serves as evidence of what women are capable of.” – Shimitha, Secondary 4, Paya Lebar MGS
We get a real kick from conducting talks for students about the amazing women in our Hall of Fame. There is so much to tell them – how the pioneering women had to overcome all kinds of obstacles just to get an education, or to pursue their passion in the arts or in sports. And the students seem to enjoy the talks as much as we do:
“The SWHF has inspired me to step out of my comfort zone and do things to make a difference to others. I don’t have to aim to do great things; I can start with small things done out of love to impact those around me. The Hall of Fame has shown me that not only great men like Mr Lee Kuan Yew can leave a legacy – we women can make a difference too!” – Claire Tay, Sec 2, CHIJ
“After listening to the talk and visiting the exhibition featuring old girls of IJ who have been inducted into the SWHF, I felt a strong sense of inspiration and confidence. This whole experience has made me realize that all women can achieve anything, as long as they have the will and passion within their hearts to chase their dreams fearlessly.” – Stacey Gan, Sec 3, CHIJ