Goldilocks And The Three Bears

This is an adaptation of the classic children’s story.

After Goldilocks wanders around the forest and loses her way, she stumbles into the house of the 3 Bears.

Porridge to fill her tummy, chairs to rest her feet and beds to nap are invitations the young girl is unable to resist.

But what will happen when Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Baby Bear, who are on a morning walk, return?

Will their meeting end in a clash or will they find friendship?

Join us and find out!

Note: This is a free-seating show and the minimum required age for tickets will be 3 years old.

Date: 5 Oct 2019
Time: 2PM, 4PM
Duration: 45 mins
Venue: Gateway Theatre

Just in Time

When was the last time you danced?
What is your favourite dance move?
What do you love or hate about dance?

We invite you to join artist couple deufert&plischke (Berlin) on an exploration of personal memories and stories in a workshop. By the end, everyone would have written their own letter to Dance. As a grand finale, you are also invited to a Ball to share your letter and move with everyone in a community dance party!

No formal training or experience in dance is necessary. Individuals of all age groups and abilities are welcome to participate. This is a great opportunity to experience the arts, find a space for respite through dance, and spend time with loved ones through fun filled exploratory activities. Participation is free-of-charge.

Just in Time was started in 2016 as a dance heritage project. The idea behind it is to consider dance history as a local phenomenon written by people from their memories, experiences and desires. This project creates a collective and imaginary world which is created by the amateur, hobbyist, other, child or professional. The aim is not to claim an alternative history, but instead propose an open sourced, even if somewhat chaotic contribution to a (so called) dance history.

Date: Workshop: 6 Oct 2019 (3 hours)
Ball: 13 Oct 2019 (1.5 hours)

Specific Accessibility Show:
13 Oct 2019

Time: 3PM
Venue: Dance Nucleus Studio

HeART of the Matter, Youth Mental Health

This family-friendly event is organised by Nuwa in partnership with UWCSEA, and aims to raise awareness around youth mental health and how the arts can support young people and their families.

A full morning of talks, workshops, and drop-in art and wellness sessions.

HeART of the Matter encourages parents and young people to talk openly about mental health, and to discover some of the support services the school, health and arts sectors offer to young people.

The event also welcomes professionals working in arts and culture, mental health, and education, to connect with others - getting to the HeART of the Matter of Youth Mental Health.

Canvass Life, Hanna Krasnodebska Classical Musician, Hush, Limitless, Lion's Pride, Pangdemonium Theatre, PlayActing, REACH Youth Services, The Red Pencil, Thrive Family, UWC staff members, and student organised dance workshop and poetry readings.

Talks & Workshops
Join our conversation on youth mental health, and see how the creative arts are helping young people. Talks and the workshops are free, and subject to availability. A number of spaces can be reserved for the talks and workshops in advance by clicking on the links below.

Drop-in arts activities
These fun art activities help promote mindfullness and encourage you to think and speak about youth mental health issues. No need to book - but please come early to avoid dissapointment, as these activities will prove popular and spaces are limited!

Date: 12 Oct 2019
Time: 10AM
Duration: 4 hours
Venue: UWCSEA Dover Campus

Gallery Signs Tour

Join us for an interactive guided tour of the Gallery Children’s Biennale 2019 and UOB Southeast Asia Gallery! Hosted in English and Singapore Sign Language (SgSL), this tour welcomes persons of all abilities, whether Deaf, Hard-of-hearing, or Hearing.

Based on the theme of “Creating New Worlds,” this 60 minute conversational tour encourages participants to engage with the artworks and each other. Deaf participants will get to share more about Deaf experiences while hearing participants can gain a better understanding of Deaf culture and be introduced to basic SgSL.

Date: 19, 26 Oct 2019
9, 16 Nov 2019
Time: 3PM – 4PM
Venue: National Gallery Singapore

A Theatre for Development Programme

Co-led by Jodi-Alissa Bickerton from GRAEAE THEATRE COMPANY (UK's leading Disability Arts theatre company, pioneering accessibility in world class theatre) and Grace Lee-Khoo from ACCESS PATH PRODUCTIONS (Singapore's creative organisation, championing equal access to the arts), this introductory course promises to transform your experience of performance making through the disability arts lens.

Crafted for teachers and educators in the field of arts making with D/deaf and disabled communities, this bespoke programme designed with an international and home ground perspective will impact the foundation of your practices.

This programme is conducted through a series of workshops and webinars by Singapore and UK practitioners in 2 phases. In Phase 1, you will be introduced to concepts, practices and will engage in group work over 5 weeks. In Phase 2, Jodi will join us in Singapore for an intensive 5 day workshop.

Date: Phase 1
12 Nov 2019,
18 Nov 2019,
26 Nov 2019,
3 Dec 2019,
10 Dec 2019

Phase 2
16 - 20 Dec 2019

Time: Phase 1: 4pm - 7pm 
Phase 2: 2pm -6pm
Duration:  Phase 1: 3 hours per session
Phase 2: 4 hours per session
Venue: Singapore International Foundation