Exploring Arts with Dance!
||Sat, 20 Oct 2018
||Sun, 21 Oct 2018
||Sat, 27 Oct 2018
||SAFRA Toa Payoh, Atrium
||SAFRA Jurong, Atrium
||SAFRA Punggol, Atrium
I Can Dance to Keith Haring
by Moving Arts
Time: 3pm - 5.15pm
FREE. Pre-registration required, click here. Closes on Wed, 17 Oct 2018.
“I Can Dance to Keith Haring” by Moving Arts is an integrated arts programme exploring the use of arts and crafts with dance for parent and child.
Inspired by American pop art artist Keith Haring and popular dance culture Hip Hop, it is an enriching programme that aims to build creativity and redefine the appreciation of arts for participants; where both parents and children will develop knowledge on urban street art and murals. Participants will also be introduced to the basic movements of hip hop.
||Suitable for ages 6 and above and accompanied by sibling (at least 1 above 10 years old) or family members.
||Participants are required to attend the 2-hour session, which include an art and dance workshop.
||Participants are to be dressed in comfortable sports attired with covered shoes.
About Moving Arts
Founded in 2005 by Ms Wong Wai Yee (Director), MOVING ARTS is a dance education company that promotes the awareness and appreciation of dance and the performing arts in Singapore.
Their work is not just to mould participants but also to liberate and set free; not to dominate but to inspire, so that participants may engage in the appreciation, diversity and richness of the dance experience.
by The Visual Collective and HowtoInk
Time: 3.15pm - 5.15pm
FREE. No pre-registration is required. Limited to first 80 pax based on walk-ins.
Join us for a hands-on DIY silkscreen experience! Choose from 2 designs to silkscreen on and bring home a tote bag. Our craftsmen will be there to assist so no prior experience is needed.
About The Visual Collective
The Visual Collective (TVC) is made up of like-minded groups/individuals who love creating art and are strong believers of pushing boundaries and creative exploration. Their projects are always a series of workshops on subjects that revolve around dance, like Music Production/Beat Making, Tagging/Graffiti, Fashion/costume styling and more!
For this project, TVC is working with How to Ink on a live Silkscreen booth – The team of aspiring graphic designers who share a common passion in printmaking and handicrafts. They strive to push forward boundaries and make craft accessible to everyone. Their mantra is to have fun in the process of picking up a new skill.
Brought to You by:
The workshops are brought to you by Got to Move 2018, an initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC). It is the first nationwide dance movement that celebrates the diversity of dance in Singapore. With two pop-up events throughout the year in addition to an anchor festival held annually in October, Got to Move aims to ignite Singaporeans’ interest in dance and to deepen their appreciation of the art form. It is a national platform to bring together Singapore’s dance scene – professionals and enthusiasts – and to showcase their talents and works to a broad audience.
For more information, please visit the official website.
About the NAC Arts and Culture Nodes Network
The National Arts Council’s island-wide network of arts and culture nodes is developed for people to come together to participate in, enjoy, and experience the value of the arts in their neighbourhood. SAFRA Jurong, Toa Payoh and Punggol are part of the NAC Arts and Culture Nodes Network.
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For more information, please contact:
Ashley at email@example.com (SAFRA Jurong)
Tiffany at firstname.lastname@example.org (SAFRA Punggol)
Zhifang at email@example.com (SAFRA Toa Payoh