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Collaborative Doodling Mural Programme & Installation with Band of Doodlers

  • Aliwal Arts Centre 28 Aliwal Street Singapore, 199918 Singapore (map)

Please note that this programme will be the final Visual Arts artist-collaborative IBP leading up to DSAF.

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local artists Band of Doodlers for a Collaborative Doodling Mural Programme and Installation. Beneficiaries will participate in a 2-day workshop to learn basic character doodling and illustrate on individual customised shapes, which will be pasted on a large wall in DSAF 2018 exhibition. This programme is suitable for beneficiaries who wish to engage with a simpler art form to produce unique doodles on their individual panels. Participating beneficiaries will be able to bring home their individual panels after the end of 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.


20 October (Saturday): 2 – 4pm

27 October (Saturday): 2 – 4pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 2 sessions.



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

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 



8 to 16 years old



Maximum 25

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Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries.

For queries, please do contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Later Event: October 22
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