Open Call: Singapore International Foundation’s Arts for Good Projects 2021

The Singapore International Foundation’s Arts for Good Projects is a programme that brings together artists and different sectors of society to collaborate on arts-based initiatives for social good.

We are looking for projects that

  • Connect Singapore and global communities creatively for social good through the arts in view of social distancing practices and travel restrictions
  • Facilitate active engagement with or participation by different communities across borders
  • Feature digital means of production, presentation, collaboration or community engagement
  • Promote cross-cultural understanding, international collaboration and positive social change

Projects should commence after 1 July 2021 and be completed by 31 December 2021. Successful applicants may receive up to $20,000 per project. Applications close on 6 May 2021.

Date: 8 April - 6 May

ABCs of Care and Play

Some of us colour outside the lines, but that does not mean we shine any less brilliantly! Join us as we colour in your own Koinobori and find out more about the Japanese carp windsock through a story-telling session!

This programme is organised to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and children of all abilities are invited to play together and create artworks via their artistic expressions.

Date: 3 April 2021
Time: 11am-11.45am, 3pm-3.45pm & 4.30pm-5.15pm
Duration: 45 minutes

The Sound Inside

Intensely intimate and deeply moving, "The Sound Inside" is a haunting play that probes the question of what one person can do for another. Hailed by The New York Times as “an astonishing new play”, this scintillating two-hander looks at how two brilliant social misfits connect and bond with each other. Written by award-winning writer Adam Rapp, the beauty of this gripping drama The Sound Inside is that it’s never what you expect.

Audio-described performance: 3rd April 2021
SgSL-interpreted performance: 10th April 2021

Date: 3 / 10 April 2021
Time: 6pm
Duration: 90 minutes with no intermission

Rethinking Autism

The autism spectrum is often viewed through a lens of bias and misunderstanding, resulting in people on the autism spectrum being pressured to conform instead of the encouraged to thrive.
Join us as we discuss autism acceptance and learn about the misconceptions surrounding the autism spectrum from a panel of experts. Are the barriers that stop people on the autism spectrum from succeeding in mainstream society necessary or artificially enforced by society? Why is the prevalent narrative focused on passing as non-autistic? and what can people without autism learn from those with autism?

Date: 1 April 2021
Time: 8pm - 9pm
Duration: 1 hour

The Launch of the Inclusive Young Company (iYC)

SRT is partnering with Access Path Productions to launch their very first theatre training programme for diverse needs and abilities. iYC is a holistic acting programme for young persons and adults between the ages of 16 – 35, who identify as persons with disabilities. Sharing its goals with SRT’s acclaimed The Young Company (TYC) acting programme, it aims to equip and nurture selected actors-in-training with the confidence, transferable employment skills, and communication techniques that they will need to shine onstage, as well as in their career of choice. It features professional masterclasses and mentorship – led by international artist Grace Lee-Khoo – which will provide a platform for the development of participants' creative potential as independent performers and theatre-makers. 

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