• Sharing food and health practices through accessible programmes

    May 3, 2021

    , Community Engagement

    ART:DIS was commissioned by the National Heritage Board to present two fully accessible programmes for audiences during Singapore HeritageFest 2021, which is an annual immersive celebration of the nation’s shared culture. Under the theme Relive the stories that connect us (through food and health practices), our performing artist Claire Teo…

  • Literary festival showcases diverse perspectives from artists with disabilities

    October 30, 2020

    , Community Engagement

    ART:DIS was honoured to be invited back for the third time to Singapore Writers Festival (SWF). In its 23rd edition, which will be presented digitally due to the pandemic, writers, poets and thinkers converged to contemplate Intimacy during a time of social distancing.  Our neurodiverse students thought long and hard…

  • Arts practitioners & professionals gather to discuss arts access

    October 7, 2020

    , Community Engagement

    ART:DIS, together with the National Arts Council, jointly organised the Arts & Disability Forum (ADF) – a platform that enabled artists with disabilities and social sector professionals from all over the world to learn and reflect on arts access best practices. With the theme Cultivating Collaborations, Increasing Access, ADF 2020…

  • Community join hands to honour forefathers in bicentennial celebration

    March 2, 2019

    , Community Engagement

    ART:DIS was proud to partner SGCares for Singapore’s Bicentennial celebration in 2019. Together, we launched a community mural that honoured our nation’s forefathers for laying the foundation for Singapore’s religious, healthcare, education, social service, housing and transport sectors. Unveiled systemically at four heartlands with group art-making activities, exhibitions and performances,…

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