Arts for Good
Arts & Disability Forum 2016
29 - 31 March 2016 | Singapore
The SIF partnered with the National Arts Council of Singapore and the British Council in organising the Arts & Disability Forum 2016, the first of its kind in Asia.
Participants from over 20 countries such as Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, and the UK, gathered to exchange perspectives and know-hows on creating a more inclusive society for disabled persons through the arts.
As part of the Forum, SIF Governor Anita Fam (Appointed March 2010 - April 2016) also moderated a roundtable discussion that brought together members from the arts and disability sectors, a first time for many, to discuss how they might work together towards a common vision of an arts and disability sector that is well-equipped with structure and expertise support, as well as the embedding of the arts in the disability sector and vice-versa.
Distinguished guests Jo Verrent (UK) and Claire Cunningham (UK) delivered the keynotes and dialogue with the Singaporean community. Participants also heard from Singapore practitioners and partners including Quek Ling Kiong, Alecia Neo, Jean Qingwen Loo, Michael Cheng and Rainbow Centre.
The SIF’s Arts for Good initiative seeks to contribute to positive social change through collaborations between Singaporean artists and their international counterparts, as well as galvanise greater community involvement in sustainable change.
Welcome Remarks by Ms Anita Fam, SIF Governor, at the Launch of the Arts & Disability Forum 2016
The Singapore International Foundation Launches a New Initiative to Leverage the Arts for Good
The Singapore International Foundation (SIF) today announced the launch of a new Arts for Good initiative, centred on harnessing the value of arts and culture in connecting Singaporeans and world communities for positive social change.
Singapore Insights: “Without Culture, There is no Future for Cities”
The SIF organised the latest edition of Singapore Insights: ‘Without Culture, There is No Future for Cities’ on 1 March 2017 at the National Museum of Singapore. We brought together panellists from the Public, Private and People...
Meet some of our Citizen Ambassadors who make friends for a better world and inspire others to do the same. Without them, we would not be able to do what we do. We celebrate their work and how they connect for change.