Oct
18
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Teens)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for beneficiaries: https://bit.ly/2JCtAKQ

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
18
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00
CSR

CSR Event: SMU Movies Under the Stars by Methodist Girls’ School 

  • Singapore Management of University (SMU), SMU Green (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us in this fun and exciting movie screening , kindly organised by Methodist Girls’ School to raise funds for Club Rainbow (Singapore).

The Movie is Avengers, Infinity War.


DETAILS:

Date: 19th October 2018, Friday

Time: 6pm - 9pm

Location: Singapore Management of University (SMU), SMU Green– Singapore (Nearest MRT: Bras Basah MRT station)

Address: 81 Victoria St, Singapore 188065

 

Program Outline:

1730 - Meet at Bras Basah MRT Gantry

1745 - Walking over to SMU

1800 - Guests are seated

1815 - Short dance performance by SMU students

1830 - Movie Starts

2100 - Movie Ends

 

Group: 13 - 20 years old

**ONE beneficiary and ONE caregiver per FAMILY only.

** ONE caregiver MUST be attending this event for the beneficiary's safety.

 

**Popcorn will be provided. However, please kindly bring your own food for those with special diet.

**Please have your dinner before coming.

 

Only for the first 15 sign ups on a first come first serve basis.

 

Online sign up will open on 19 Sep 2018 at 4PM: https://goo.gl/forms/mRt6dld0DgKubkjT2

 

For any enquiries, please contact SiNi @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
20
11:00 AM11:00

Lifeskills For The Digital Economy

Lifeskills for the Digital Age is a hands-on workshop that engages members of the public to impart digital life skills to benefit persons with disabilities and their caregivers. The programme will allow the participants to learn about the various digital technology that will ease the way they buy food, take transport and shopping for their daily necessities.  The programme will also allow the beneficiary to take public transportation (from Club Rainbow Singapore to Enabling Village) and purchasing items at NTUC Fairprice at Enabling Village.


Programme outline as follows:

Lifeskills For The Digital Economy programme schedule.PNG

Open for CRS Beneficiaries age 16 – 20 only.

Social Worker, if you have anyone you recommend you can sign up for them here. https://goo.gl/forms/M9PoDXpi8Ub5MpjF3

 
For more information, please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Nov
11
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Oct
15
6:00 PM18:00

CSR Event: Universal Studio Singapore Night by Micron

Join us in this fun and exciting night in Universal Studio Singapore, kindly organised by Micron to celebrate their 40th Year Anniversary!


DETAILS:

Date: 15 October 2018, Monday

Time: 7pm - 11pm

Location: Universal Studio Singapore (Nearest MRT: Harbourfront MRT)

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269

 

Program Outline:

6:00pm     Gather at Harbourfront MRT Exit (SHUTTLE BUS one way only)

6:15pm     Board the bus

6:30pm     Dinner at RWS (TBC on actual venue)

7:00pm     Start of event

11:00pm   End of event (you may leave earlier if you wish to)

 

Dinner (halal) will be provided. However, please kindly bring your own food for those with special diet.

 

Group: 7 - 12 years old Beneficiaries

Only ONE beneficiary and ONE caregiver per FAMILY only.

 

*ONLY FOR THE FIRST 40 SIGN UPS*

 Online sign up will open on 14 Sep 2018 at 4PM: https://goo.gl/forms/kZdDOMgVVNd42i4i1

 

For more information, please contact SiNi @ 6377 1789.


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Oct
15
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Sales Workshop for 13 years old and above

As part of Club Rainbow’s BRIDGE Programme we will be working with Speech Academy to conduct a Sales Workshop. Club Rainbow provides many workshops such as Photography, Baking, Culinary and Canvas Painting. Through these workshops, our beneficiaries are able to create their own products. As an extension of these courses, they will learn about the different sales channels(both online and offline), how to market their products and how to handle rejections.


Programme outline as follows:

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Open to 10pax for CRS youths aged between 13 to 20yrs.

Social workers, if you have clients to recommend do inform Zhi Zhong or you can sign up for them at https://goo.gl/forms/u3nIvaYTrXPS6Ccl2

For more information, please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
11
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
11
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Teens)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for beneficiaries: https://bit.ly/2JCtAKQ

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
9
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
8
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Oct
7
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Oct
6
2:00 PM14:00

Photo Editing Class

As part of Club Rainbow’s BRIDGE Programme, we will be working with Objectifs to conduct a Photography & Photo Editing Class. Beneficiaries that have attended our photography class is encouraged to join this programme as photo editing is an essential part of photography.


Programme outline as follows:

Programme: Photo Editing 

Date: 6 October 2018

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: Objectifs at 155 Middle Road Singapore 188977

Open to 10pax for CRS youths aged between 13 to 20yrs.

 

For more information please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Sales Workshop for 13 years old and above

As part of Club Rainbow’s BRIDGE Programme we will be working with Speech Academy to conduct a Sales Workshop. Club Rainbow provides many workshops such as Photography, Baking, Culinary and Canvas Painting. Through these workshops, our beneficiaries are able to create their own products. As an extension of these courses, they will learn about the different sales channels(both online and offline), how to market their products and how to handle rejections.


Programme outline as follows:

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Open to 10pax for CRS youths aged between 13 to 20yrs.

Social workers, if you have clients to recommend do inform Zhi Zhong or you can sign up for them at https://goo.gl/forms/u3nIvaYTrXPS6Ccl2

For more information, please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
6
8:00 AM08:00
CSR

CRS Event - Largest Human Formation of a Star

Académie of Stars is raising funds for Club Rainbow’s Talent Development Fund by setting a Singapore record for “The Largest Human Formation of a Star”, which is also a part of a music video, "We’re All Made of Stars". This song is from the musical “ Finding Neverland”, written by Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy. This song is about believing in one self and to be who we want to be.


Come join us to help them set the Largest Human Formation of a star! There will be fun activities such as kids' karaoke, writing class and lion dance! Goodie bags will be given out to every family.

DETAILS: 

Date: 6th October 2018

Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm

Venue: 408 Joo Chiat Place, The Yards, Singapore 428084

Nearest MRT: Kembangan MRT

 

Programme Outline:

8:00am      Registration

9:00am      Stars Maker Briefing and Rehearsal

10:30am     Filming:  Largest Human Formation of a Star

11:30am      Lion Dance

11:35am      Fun activities 

12:00pm    Collection of Goodie Bag

12:05pm      End

 

*No meals will be provided.

 

All are welcome to join us in this exciting event! 

 Online sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/GcrIBs4dJVFA72XV2

 

For more information, please contact SiNi @ 6377 1789.  

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Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00
CSR

CSR Event: Children’s Day Colouring Jamming with BIC

Join us in this fun and exciting art workshop , kindly organised by BIC to celebrate Children's Day! We would be designing a post card and colouring it.

*Selected artworks may be displayed at the Dreamseeds Art Festival.


DETAILS:

Date: 5th October 2018, Friday

Time: 10am - 12pm

Location: BIC Product (Asia) Pte Ltd – Singapore (Nearest MRT: Labrador Park MRT)

Address: 460 Alexandra Road, #05-01 PSA Building Singapore 119963

 

Group: 7 - 12 years old

**ONE beneficiary and ONE caregiver per FAMILY only.

** ONE caregiver MUST be attending this event for the beneficiary's safety.

 

Program Outline:

9:30am – Gather at Labrador Park MRT

9:45am – Start walking to PSA Building / Gather at Level 1 PSA Building Singapore

10:00am – Start of Post card Colouring

12:00pm – End of Programme

 

**Light Refreshment will be provided. However, please kindly bring your own food for those with special diet.

 

**Goodie bag will be given out

 

Online sign up will open on 18 Sep 2018 at 4PM:  https://goo.gl/forms/S6QNC2rb0lxFx8rA3

 

For any enquiries, please contact SiNi @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
4
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Teens)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for beneficiaries: https://bit.ly/2JCtAKQ

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
4
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Sep
30
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Sep
29
2:00 PM14:00

Photo Taking Class

As part of Club Rainbow’s BRIDGE Programme, we will be working with Objectifs to conduct a Photography & Photo Editing Class. Beneficiaries that have attended our photography class is encouraged to join this programme as photo editing is an essential part of photography.


Programme outline as follows:

Programme: Photo Taking

Date: 29 September 2018

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: Little India - Venue Meeting point, Little India Mrt Station (Exit E)

Open to 10pax for CRS youths aged between 13 to 20yrs.

 

For more information please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

Sales Workshop for 13 years old and above

As part of Club Rainbow’s BRIDGE Programme we will be working with Speech Academy to conduct a Sales Workshop. Club Rainbow provides many workshops such as Photography, Baking, Culinary and Canvas Painting. Through these workshops, our beneficiaries are able to create their own products. As an extension of these courses, they will learn about the different sales channels(both online and offline), how to market their products and how to handle rejections.


Programme outline as follows:

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Open to 10pax for CRS youths aged between 13 to 20yrs.

Social workers, if you have clients to recommend do inform Zhi Zhong or you can sign up for them at https://goo.gl/forms/u3nIvaYTrXPS6Ccl2

For more information, please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

View Event →
Sep
27
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Teens)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for beneficiaries: https://bit.ly/2JCtAKQ

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Sep
27
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

View Event →
Sep
25
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
24
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

View Event →
Sep
23
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Sep
22
10:00 AM10:00
CSR

CRS Event: A "Zoo" Day

Join us for this super "zoo"per day in Singapore Zoo, kindly initiated by ABN! Goodie bags and snacks will be provided. 

DETAILS:

Date: 22 September 2018, Saturday

Time: 1000 - 1300

Venue: Singapore Zoo (Nearest MRT: Khatib MRT)

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, 729826

 

Age: 13-18 years old 

*Only for ONE caregiver and ONE beneficiary.

Lunch (halal) will be provided.

 

Programme Outline:

0900    Gather at Chinatown MRT Exit E outside McDonalds (Shuttle Bus)

0950    Gather at Singapore Zoo (Outside KFC)

1000    Start of excursion

1200    Lunch

1245    End of excursion, take the shuttle bus back (Optional)

1300    End of Programme

 

**Those who wish to stay longer in Singapore Zoo do not have to leave with us.

 

Online registration will open at 3pm today: https://goo.gl/forms/UzoOBcnOSyrE9SV72

 

**Only for first 20 signups. 

 

For enquiries, please contact SiNi @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
22
10:00 AM10:00

Sales Workshop for 13 years old and above

As part of Club Rainbow’s BRIDGE Programme we will be working with Speech Academy to conduct a Sales Workshop. Club Rainbow provides many workshops such as Photography, Baking, Culinary and Canvas Painting. Through these workshops, our beneficiaries are able to create their own products. As an extension of these courses, they will learn about the different sales channels(both online and offline), how to market their products and how to handle rejections.


Programme outline as follows:

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Open to 10pax for CRS youths aged between 13 to 20yrs.

Social workers, if you have clients to recommend do inform Zhi Zhong or you can sign up for them at https://goo.gl/forms/u3nIvaYTrXPS6Ccl2

For more information, please contact Zhi Zhong @ 6377 1789.

 

 

 

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Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00
CSR

CRS Event: CSC Mid-Autumn Celebration

This Mid-Autumn Celebration promises to be a memorable evening for all as we celebrate together under the bright moonlight! There will be fun highlights such as musical performance, lantern parade and many more!

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DETAILS:

Date: 21 September 2018, Friday

Time: 6pm - 8:30pm

Venue: CSC Bukit Batok

Address: 91 Bukit Batok West Avenue 2, 659206

 

*Kindly note that no dinner will be provided.* 
 

 

Group: 6 - 12 years old

**Maximum only THREE pax per family.

 

Programme Outline:

5:15pm - Gather at Chinatown MRT Exit E (Shuttle bus)

5:50pm - Gather at CSC Bukit Batok 

6:00pm - Start of Celebration

8:30pm - End of Celebration

 

*Only for the first 15 sign ups on a first come first serve basis*

 

Online registration will open at 3pm today: https://goo.gl/forms/BHwXWvEqly49ydB63

 

For enquiries, please contact SiNi @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Teens)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for beneficiaries: https://bit.ly/2JCtAKQ

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Sep
18
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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