Seen a beautifully decorated piano in your neighbourhood or on your way to work?
These pianos are part of Play Me, I'm Yours - Singapore, a collaboration where 25 artists decorated 25 donated pianos with 25 social enterprises and welfare organisations, to raise awareness of their causes through these pianos.
On 13 March 2016, we officially kicked off our Arts for Good initiatives with the opening of this internationally-touring artwork created by British artist Luke Jerram. This Singapore leg of the project, from 13 March to 6 April, is co-presented with The Playtent.
Harnessing the power of the arts, our Arts for Good initiatives aim to bring people and communities together to build inclusive societies and effect positive change.
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