Goodman Arts Centre is a 7-acre arts hive nestled within the culturally-rich Mountbatten district. Since its establishment in 2011, the centre serves as a place to bring artists, enthusiasts and neighbouring communities together to experience the arts in a warm and intimate manner.

Arts House Limited

Arts House Limited (AHL) is a not-for-profit organisation committed to enriching lives through the arts. AHL manages two key national monuments located in the heart of Singapore’s Civic District - The Arts House, a multidisciplinary arts centre with a focus on literary programming, and the Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall, a heritage building that is home to the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. It also runs performing arts space Drama Centre as well as the Goodman Arts Centre and Aliwal Arts Centre, two creative enclaves for artists, arts groups and creative businesses.

AHL presents the Singapore International Festival of Arts – an annual national festival of performing and interdisciplinary arts; as well as the Singapore Writers Festival – a multi-lingual festival presenting the world’s top literary talents. In addition, AHL manages the Cultural Medallion showcase at The Arts House, celebrating the achievements of all Cultural Medallion recipients. The Cultural Medallion is Singapore's top national award for artists.

AHL was set up in 11 Dec 2002 as a public company, with the National Arts Council as its strategic partner. It was officially renamed Arts House Limited on 19 Mar 2014.


A leader in nurturing, inspiring and enriching communities through the arts in Singapore.


Bridging the arts and audiences by transforming ideas into reality through our distinctive spaces and programmes.



We embrace change and champion innovation in our pursuit of creative explorations and meaningful arts experiences. We perform at the highest standards, striving to be the best that we can be.


We conduct ourselves with the highest ethical standards and are transparent and accountable for all our actions.


We treat others how we would like to be treated. We value each person’s worth and contribution and celebrate authenticity and diversity. We remain grounded and humble in our interactions.


We believe in our people and recognise that we can only achieve our goals by working and collaborating so that we can lean on and learn from each other. We also put others before self in our service to the arts.