Call for Applications for SIF's Arts for Good Fellowship 2021

The Singapore International Foundation’s Art for Good Fellowship is a programme that brings together individuals from diverse sectors to foster a community of practice that harnesses the power of arts and culture to create positive social change, through learning, sharing and collaborating.

The 2021 edition of the Fellowship will be taking place digitally, and centre around Arts and Well-being for Children and Youth in a Digital Future. It will explore the intersections between the arts and technology in enhancing access and achieving social impact, and how the arts contribute to the mental, social and emotional wellness of young people in a digital age. If you are interested in being a part of a global network of practitioners that uses the arts to connect and collaborate for positive change, we invite you to apply to be a part of this year’s virtual Fellowship.

Fellowship Duration: September 2021 – February 2022
Application Deadline: Sunday, 18 July 2021, 23:59hrs GMT +8
Learn More & Apply Here: https://sif.org.sg/Our-Work/Cultural-Exchange/Arts-for-Good-Fellowship

Lungs by Duncan MacMillan

They are an everyday couple in a fairly stable relationship. Out of the blue, he pops the question about having a baby. What follows is an emotional rollercoaster ride that is LUNGS, an intensely intimate, intricate and funny play about what it means to be a couple confronted by a world of uncertainty. They grapple with making responsible choices in the face of rising social inequity, environmental disaster and political unrest. Watch what happens when life takes over and their principles are pushed aside.

Written by critically acclaimed British playwright Duncan Macmillan and directed by Daniel Jenkins, LUNGS is a fast-paced love story which will take your breath away.

Date: 10th July 2021 (Audio-described performance) | 17th July 2021 (SgSL-interpreted Performance)
Time: 6pm
Duration: 90 minutes with no intermission

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. 

Express your interest in joining us here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=UHgks5zCuUCyWsP-vobxDQ2mmYg840lGnWfVhjCl5SZUNjJKWk1aOFVUWDVDVTVRNkhYSTNTQzNHViQlQCN0PWcu.