SIF-BC AiRx 2013/2014 brings together Singapore artist-architect Randy Chan and British artist Philippa Lawrence to create a site‐specific collaborative work Angles of Incidence at the Singapore Botanic Gardens from 14 January to 23 March 2014.
Angles of Incidence comprises a family of reflective multi-faceted steel structures, some of which patterned with crystal elements, placed beneath the canopy of an 80-year old Kapok tree to create a dynamic relationship between the installation and its environment. Visitors will experience the oscillation between the installation and nature as the reflective installation merges into and emerges from the landscape.
Finding Refuge and Friendships through Music in Cisarua, Indonesia
As part of its ongoing efforts to champion Arts for Good, the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) presented the Music Project, a series of workshops for Afghan refugees facilitated by musicians from Singapore and Indonesia.
The Arts for Good Fellowship Wraps Up in Chennai with Fellows Striving to Empower Youth Through the Arts
The second edition of SIF’s Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship saw Fellows from 10 countries reconvene to share best practices, exchange insights and collaborate on several arts-based projects.
The Ten-Year Singapore-Indonesia Collaboration in Palliative Care Further Expands to West Java
The new collaboration will see the re-engagement of five master trainers from earlier projects in Jakarta contributing as mentors in Bandung – a testimony to its sustainability.
Occupational Therapy for Children with Special Needs in Jakarta
Riding on the success of an earlier special education (SPED) project in Medan, Indonesia, the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) launched a four-year SPED training project in Jakarta, Indonesia, on 25 February 2019. The project,...
Journey with our favourite local personalities as they team up with our Singapore International Volunteers to do good overseas!