Charlotte Goh’s charity spurs children’s creativity, critical thinking skills and confidence through open-ended play.
Prune Nourry, the NYC- and Paris-based artist who used her cancer diagnosis as raw material to create, is now holding an exhibition in Paris featuring blind individuals who surmounted their disabilities to emerge stronger.
The director of education and consultancy at Metis Art, an advisory and education group, bridges the space between art education and ecosystems.
The co-director and producer of dance-theatre performance SAME-SAME explores friendship between differently abled artistes from Australia and Singapore.
Singapore’s theatre and performing arts scene has suffered a huge blow due to the pandemic. While it may take some time for the sector to return to its former vibrancy, the community is doing all it can to stay afloat and to continue making art.
The Community Theatre takes its fifth-anniversary festivities online.
The concerts will take place across grand venues in Italy, Germany and France, showcasing some of the world’s most celebrated performers.
Adelene Stanley thinks that everyone can dance—yes, even you and me.