Creative Empowerment through the Arts

COUNTRY

Singapore

Date & time

22 November 2019

12:30pm

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22 November 2019

2:30pm

About this event


How can the arts develop creativity in children and youth? How does creativity lead to empowerment for positive change? Explore how the arts can be leveraged to create social impact for children and youth during the “Creative Empowerment through the Arts” panel discussion. Join the discussion on Friday, 22 November 2019 from 12.30pm onwards at the National Gallery Singapore!

Hear from arts and cultural leaders from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors including Caroline Essame, Founder and Managing Director, CreateCATT; Steve Dixon, President, LASALLE College of the Arts; Yap Su-Yin, Chief Executive Officer, Tan Chin Tuan Foundation and Ye Shufang, Deputy Director, Education, National Gallery Singapore. The session will be moderated by Jeffrey Tan, Artistic Director, Theatre Today.

The panel discussion is open to the public and is complimentary. As spaces are limited, please register as soon as possible to secure a seat! Refreshments are provided.

Register here!

*You will receive a confirmation email in early November if your registration is successful.

The panel discussion is held in association with the third edition of the Singapore International Foundation’s Arts for Good Fellowship which brings together cross-sector professionals such as artists, art administrators, creatives and programmers from the social sector to foster a community of practice that harnesses the power of the arts and culture to create positive social change. Read about the 35 international Fellows here and meet them during the panel discussion!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Should you have any queries, do visit our website or contact us at artsforgood@sif.org.sg.

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