12 Mar 2022 - 14 May 2022
Aliwal Arts Centre, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and National Gallery Singapore

Inclusivity is more than just a buzzword. What does it really take to build a fully accessible arts ecosystem where both mainstream and disabled communities can collaborate hand in hand? Discover the best artistic practices from industry and subject-matter experts in a series of five masterclasses:

  • Inclusive Dance Making on 12 March & and 19 March at Aliwal Arts Centre
  • Inclusive Music Making on 26 March & 2 April at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
  • Inclusive Visual Arts Making on 9 April & 16 April at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
  • Accessibility and Inclusion on 24 April & 1 May at National Gallery Singapore
  • Inclusive Theatre Making on 7 May & 14 May at Aliwal Arts Centre

Jointly organised by ART:DIS and National Arts Council, with venue support from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts & National Gallery Singapore, learn how to work with artists with disabilities, and pave the way for greater diversity in Singapore.

Who should attend?

  • Individuals aged 16 and above who are interested in knowing more about inclusivity and accessibility in the arts sector.
  • Artists, arts educators and art groups from both mainstream and disabled communities.
  • Participants with fully vaccinated status, following completion of their booster dose within 270 days of their second dose. Exceptions are made for the two masterclasses ‘Inclusive Music Making’ and ‘Inclusive Visual Arts Making’ due to the concession provided by the venue partner.
  • While not necessary, having prior knowledge and experience in the arts would be an advantage.


For more information about each Masterclass’s topics and facilitators, click here. For enquiries, email

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