The Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship is organised annually to grow the A4G ecosystem, by fostering a community of practice that harnesses the power of arts and culture to create positive social change.
The Fellowship brings together individuals from diverse sectors, including artists, art administrators, and social sector professionals, on an exciting journey of change. Upon completion of the programme, Fellows join a global alumni network where they continue to connect,
support and collaborate with one another.
The application season for the Arts for Good
Fellowship 2022 is now CLOSED. If you are
interested in joining the programme,
please register your interest. For enquiries, please contact us at [email protected].
What You Can Expect
Hear from Our A4G Fellows
“The engagement of all participants from different professions gives me greater understanding about the diversity of stakeholders working in the arts for good arena. I can see that to really make a difference, we need an ecosystem that includes artists, art professionals, the public, private, government and civil society/non-for-profit sectors.”
Programme and Education Manager, Phare Ponleu Selpak Assocation
2017 A4G Fellow (Cambodia)
“By bringing together a diverse group of practitioners, programmers, educators, researchers and policy makers, the Arts for Good Fellowship is playing a unique and significant role in championing the arts for good ecology in our region.”
Director, Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University
2018 A4G Fellow (Australia)
“Everyone brought a part of the world to Singapore with them – their knowledge, skills and an abundant sense of play – and now we each return to our homes filled with renewed passion, perspectives and a new circle of friends.”
Founder, CEO and Artistic Director Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University
2019 A4G Fellow (Australia)
Meet Our A4G Fellows
Join us a Fellow
Keen to harness the power of arts and culture to create positive social change? Be part of the SIF Arts for Good Fellowship today!