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Arts for Good Fellowship 2020

UPDATE as of 11 May 2020: The Arts for Good Fellowship 2020 has been postponed to 2021.

In light of the uncertainty surrounding the global Covid-19 situation, the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) has decided to postpone this year’s Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship to 2021.

The safety, security and well-being of all involved in the Fellowship is paramount to us; given the frequent developments in the situation, we believe this the best way forward.

To those who have applied for the A4G Fellowship 2020, thank you for your interest and support in the programme. We will be in touch via email on updates to your application. Should you have further questions, please email us at artsforgood@sif.org.sg.

 

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26 May 2020
Gift A Song Project Invites You To Spread Cheer And Uplift Spirits Through Music Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

This Arts for Good (A4G) project by the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) commissions homegrown artistes to belt out our favourite song covers as a gift to someone we care about.

25 March 2020
The Singapore International Foundation’s (SIF) Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship 2019 Ended on a High Note with its Delhi Exchange Programme​

Last leg of the Fellowship saw 33 international Fellows bonding over arts-based community projects to harness the power of arts and culture in creating positive social change.

15 April 2020
SIF A4G Fellows come together for Stay Home Quilt – a participatory project that lives out the transformative power of the arts in times of COVID-19

A key thrust of the Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship by the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) is to grow the Arts for Good ecosystem. One that brings together a community of cross-sector practitioners to harness the power of the arts in...

29 April 2020
Gift A Song

#GiftASong is a campaign in support of livelihoods disrupted during #COVID19 and an initiative to uplift spirits through songs in these trying times. Local musicians from Singapore have been busy recording song dedications from home for their...

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