• This image features the late Chng Seok Tin teaching a print-making workshop.


    11 Nov 2022 - 28 Feb 2023

    The ART:DIS Industry Mentorship Programme (AIMP) is a one year professional development programme for emerging artists with disabilities. Made possible through the Chng Seok Tin Education Fund* and further supported by the SGenable Enabling Lives Grant, the AIMP identifies talented emerging artists ...

  • This image features the 8 mentees of BEYOND:DISPLAY.


    17 Nov 2022 - 27 Nov 2022

    Following an intensive two-year training under ART:DIS’s BEYOND DIS:PLAY, which endeavours to expose D/deaf, neurodiverse and disabled artists to a range of performing arts skills while broadening/deepening their chosen practice through mentorships with industry professionals, the 9 mentees of...

  • This image features a black and white print and sculpture by the late artist, Chng Seok Tin.


    12 Nov 2022 - 27 Nov 2022

    Jointly presented by ART:DIS and artcommune, the exhibition Through All Vicissitudes: Prints & Sculptures by Chng Seok Tin, traces the motivations that shaped Chng’s four decade-long creative journey and celebrates a life lived large in spite of obstacles and misfortunes. Featuring over 30 print...

  • This image features a golf club poised to hit the ball on the course.


    28 Oct 2022 - 28 Oct 2022

    After a two-year hiatus, ART:DIS is ecstatic to welcome back our Charity Golf! First held in 2018 and 2019 to overwhelming support, this year’s Charity Golf promises much competitive fun as we herald the return of golfers out onto the course. From getting your shot at the Hole-In-One-Prize (the Merc...

  • This image features a young boy looking up to a volunteer for guidance on the next steps of a dance choreography.

    OPEN HOUSE 2022

    15 Oct 2022 - 15 Oct 2022

    A tentative stroke, step, sketch or song can blossom at ART:DIS. Your child can experience what it’s like to learn in an inclusive and safe space at our Open House. Conducted by instructors with years of experience in teaching students with differentiated learning needs, children can participate in ...

  • This image features three black and white, aged photographs (one of an orchid, another of a coffeeshop, and the last one is a row of shophouses) and the words ‘UNSEEN SINGAPORE’ set against a peach background. This exhibition is organised by ART:DIS, with the support of Maybank.


    04 Aug 2022 - 31 Oct 2022

    16 artists with disabilities pay tribute to the nation in an exhibition, celebrating Singapore’s 57th year of independence with 44 paintings. Since that momentous milestone in 1965, the nation’s history has seen many peaks and troughs, and her citizens bear witness to it all with great pride. Throug...

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