Felicia Lee from Programmes Development (PD) highlighted, ‘DSAF 2018 will take a more introspective and grounded, with works exploring themes of self-identity, personal memories and etc.’ The team also shared some insights of what will be happening at DSAF 2018, visitors to the event can expect to see more creative workshops through corporate and programme partners.
Music Mentorship Programme (MMP) in collaboration with Thunder Rock School returns in line with DSAF 2018 where a group of CRS beneficiaries forms a multi-instrument band, together with their music mentors for a performance. Don’t miss the scene this November!
Last year, DSAF displayed about 132 new art works and attracted slightly over 900 visitors over the 8 days.
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