Studio Programme

Artists who are interested in using our studio space are invited to apply for our Studio Programme. Successful applicants will be supported for up to 2 – 3 months, and are eligible to apply for a one-time extension (subject to availability).

The programme may result in presentation opportunities such as an open studio, talks and workshop, or exhibition in our gallery space – programmes will be discussed at the beginning of the residency.

The studio is modest (measures 3 x 3.65m), but comes with internet service, electricity, and expansive windows that let in a great deal of natural light. It is furnished with a table and a chair. In addition to the studio space, the artist-in-Residence will also have access to our library/workspace.

We ask for a modest fee of SGD300/month, which does not cover the costs of running the space, but helps with miscellaneous expenses.

Open call for applications to be announced soon!

Please note that our Studio Residency is only open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents. Interested applicants, please send to nicole(at)

  1. A CV (2 pages max)
  2. 8–10 images of recent work in a PDF file of under 5MB
  3. A brief proposal of studio use
    • Sketches, drawings, video clips, or any other supporting documents for the proposal are welcomed, but not mandatory. The proposal with supporting material should be submitted in a PDF file of under 5Mb, and should not exceed 3 pages.

For information on all of our residency programmes, click here.


Past Studio Occupants

    Adeleine Daysor
  • Studio Resident Artist

Adeleine Daysor

Grey Projects welcomes Adeleine Daysor, our new studio artist-in-residence! Join us on May 2nd as we launch an Open Studio with Adeleine, where she will be presenting works-in-progress produced during her month-long residency here.


  • Studio Resident Artist
  • 21 October - 11 November 2013

This week we welcome YUNRUBIN, an artist duo consisting of Jonas Rubin and Joanne Pang, who will be making use of our studio space from 21 October to 11 November, 2013. Come down and have a look at what they’re up to!